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Parson Street Primary School
Bedminster Road, Bedminster, BS3 5NR, UK Bristol
+44 (0)117 903 0226
www:http://www.parsonstreet.com/e-mail:parsonstp@bristol.gov.uk


Welcome

Welcome to Parson Street Primary School

Learning to live, living to learn

Thank you for visiting our school website. If you are a parent or visitor, this is an opportunity for you to find out more about our exciting school and to find information that might be useful to you. If you are a pupil at our school, you will see lots of familiar faces. Perhaps you are thinking of applying for a job in our school. I am sure this website will convince to take the plunge – you won’t regret it! Perhaps you have just bumped into us whilst surfing the net – welcome to you as well and we hope you enjoy your visit.

Very often the first thing people read about a school is the inspection report - our latest report (January 2007) gives a clear indication of all the amazing things that are going on in our school and we are really proud of it.  There is still more we can continue to do to help our children learn more effectively. Our school is always improving and is very forward-thinking. We have included a copy of the report below for you to see how well we are doing. We have also included some of the key planning documents that detail the improvements that we will continue to make over the next few years. If you have any questions about these, please do get in touch with me or any of my colleagues.

At Parson Street we try and make the most of learning. Our school motto encourages us to learn to LIVE and to live to LEARN. We all need to be learners throughout our lives. Whether we are teachers, support staff, governors, parents or children, our aim is that our whole school community will be active learners. Why not have a look at our vision statement to see how we have developed these ideas as a whole school.

We are doing all that we can to make our school a place in which everyone can succeed and be allowed to do their best.

Let us know what you think about our site and please do email any of us if there is anything that we can do to assist you. Enjoy!

Best wishes

Mark Lacey
Headteacher


Key Information

Parson Street Primary School is situated on the southern side of Bristol, 2-3 miles from the city centre. It serves part of the Bedminster district, which is predominantly an area of pre-war housing. The school was originally housed in a traditional building dating from 1908.

In 1989 the building was extensively remodelled to update the facilities. This work included the addition of four infant classrooms, a new Reception and Office area and staffroom. A new Music Room was built in 1994. The Language Room has been created, and we also have two additional Elliot Classrooms. We have a Nursery Unit on the site which takes pupils from a wide area. Our facilities include a 15 base computer suite, a library, small learner swimming pool and a separate dinning hall.

The school grounds, whilst not large, do offer a wide range of opportunities for our pupils. In addition to the hard play surfaces we have a much loved adventure challenge area, a conservation area and pond, a shade area, a newly planted copse and extensive seating. The school occasionally uses Marksbury Road playing fields and South Street field for outdoor games and activities.

To see more of the school, take our tour around the buildings and grounds. The school caters for children from 3 - 11 years. The pupil admission number is 58 each year. The Governing Body is committed to maintaining maximum class sizes of 30 for the academic year 2004 / 2005. There are currently 400 children on roll, plus 50 (full-time equivalent) Nursery children. All classes are of mixed ability grouping and are arranged in parallel classes, two per year group.

See our School Profile here: http://schoolsfinder.direct.gov.uk/8012061/school-profile/

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The School Plan Autumn 2007

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"School Celebration" video April 2007

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The Infant Block

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The front of the 1908 part of the school

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"Our School" Video - made by the pupils (3.8 MB)

 

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Parson Street Vision Statement

Useful Web Links

Action Plans

School Policies

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doc.gif: Prospectus 2007 Prospectus 2007

pdf.gif: See our AMAZING OFSTED inspection here! See our AMAZING OFSTED inspection here!


VISION STATEMENT

Learning to live, living to learn

Our school wants you to develop the skills that will help you to LIVE and LEARN in the twenty-first century.

By the time you leave our school, our aim is that you will:

Listen to what others have to say and respond in the right way
Identify different ways to solve problems
Value people for who they are and what they have to offer
Enjoy learning on your own and in groups

Look for opportunities to take responsibility
Effectively communicate with others
Achieve the best that you possibly can
Recognise your strengths and know your goals
Never give up – believe you can do it!

This can happen because the school will:

Listen to your needs and help you learn
Identify ways to make learning exciting through delivering high quality teaching
Value and support you
Enjoy the challenge of getting better and better


Look for ways to improve what we can offer you
Effectively work together with parents, carers and the community
Achieve the best possible results for everyone
Recognise and celebrate your successes
Never give up – we believe you can do it!

CLUBS

 

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Athletics Club

Cricket Club

Football Club

Girls' Football

High-5 Netball Club

Netball Club

Tag Rugby Club

Latin Club

Choir

Staff Netball

Chess Championship

Geography Club

PUPILS

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Parson Street Primary School Nursery is part of our school. We have the equivalent of 50 full-time children in our nursery. We have two teachers and three nursery nurses to look after the children. The children work on the Foundation Stage Curriculum and are assessed against the Bristol Nursery Profile document.

This is an exciting period of development for the Foundation Stage at Parson Street and we are making huge improvements to the education that we offer to our children. Children attending our nursery are able to move very easily into the Reception class, overseen by our Foundation Stage Leader.

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Sticking

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Rolling the dough

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Mixing colours

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Making dinner

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Fun in the garden

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Using our creative skills

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Working together

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Music in the garden

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Parachute play

 

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Gallery of our past work

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In Reception we do maths. We are good at counting. We do drawing, counting, singing, painting, model making, brain gym, PE and planning. We like playing inside and outside. We like Jolly Phonics.

We go to the library to choose books and have story time.

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Art display

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Year 1 is good.

There are 3 teachers, Miss Mallas, Ms Bennett and Ms Beale. We love doing swimming and P.E. We have been thinking about our toys and have a brilliant museum of old toys in class 4. We like having our fruit but sometimes the carrots are a bit soft!

We are really good at maths and enjoy hard sums. We are trying hard to use full stops when we do our writing and like it when we can do drawings to go with our writing. Best of all we love planning and golden time. It's fun!

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Art Display

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Year 1 2006-07

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Paintings

 

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Year 1 2006/07 View our work

Gallery of our work from the past in Year 1 - how old are you now?

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Gallery of Reception in the past - can you see yourself here?

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We all go to Parson Street Primary School and we are in Year 2.

Our classes are good at maths but especially partitioning. We are super at handwriting because we can join our letters neatly. We like geography when we find out about our local area. Most of us are great at study focus and we particularly enjoyed finding out about Florence Nightingale.

In Year 2 we all love learning because we know it will help us in shops, in our jobs, at home and when we grow up.

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Nurse

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Nurse

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Fancy Dress

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Fancy Dress

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Fancy Dress

 

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Gallery of work from past Year 2!

Year 2 plans the future of Parson Street

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Welcome to Year 3!

Our study focus topic this term is Ancient Greece. We have been learning about the Ancient greek Olympics this week and comparing them to the modern games. We even had a real Olympic athlete who came to talk to us about what it is like to go to the modern Olympic games. We tried on the special Team Great Britain kit and learned how hard you have to train. The best thing is, we can ask him questions every Thursday because the Olympian is Mr. Rose!

After the holiday, we will be learning all about Ancient Greek heros, monsters, Gods and Goddesses and writing our own puppet shows. We will be very busy indeed!

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Greek Art Display

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Greek Mask Art Display

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Gallery of past Year 3 work

Year 3 Discovery Activity

Ancient Greek Olympic Statues!

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Year 4 is amazing.

We have had a very busy year so far.............................................................................

InYear 4, wehave studiedIndia and with our newcreative curriculum we linked lots of fun and exciting things to it. We even had an "India Day" and arrived there in a tardis! We made and sampled lots of Indian Food and even organised a debate to the Local government to help the people of Chembakolli remain on their land.

For our Ancient Eygpt topic, year 4 decided to linkour science - circuits and so we made a hand-held torch for an archaelogist - it was great fun! On the last day of term we all dressed up in Egyptian costume. Lots of children came in dressed as a Priest or embalmer!

The Summer term, Year 4's are going green! We are focusing on recycling and improving the local area. Watch this space for more information

In Year 4 one of the trips you go on is to the Forest of Dean, for three days. It is a lot of fun. We went on a night walk in the forest and did abseiling, zipwire,orienteering, and a river study - unfortunately Charlie fell in and got very wet!!!On our last evening we had a barbecue and went to the local park to play football.We stayed in the Deanfield Study Centre in rooms with bunk beds. It was a brilliant trip.

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Problem solving!

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Stream Study

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Stream Findings!

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Abseiling

 

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Gallery of past Year 4 work

Year 4 Camp

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In the first term we study World War 2 and we did a timeline across the class to show the big events that happened. In the second term we studied the Tudors and we drew portraits of them. In the third term we study Islam and we make Islamic patterns.

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Tudor Portraits

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Tudor Portraits

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Sewing

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Painting Perspective

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Art display

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Multimedia Advert

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One more

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Study Centre

 

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Gallery of past Year 5 work

Fire Safety Workshop

Anti-smoking - Roy Castle

Don't smoke!

Kids against smoking

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Virtual Learning Environment

 

 

Welcome to the Year 6 page! We are really looking forward to a great new year group in Classes 13 and 14 and we hope that you are too. We will be doing lots of really exciting and interesting work, starting off with Roman Britain.

Year 6 is a really important year. Not only do our oldest pupils get lots of special responsibilities like organising the music and chairs for assembly, but it is the year when you show just how much you have learned during your time at primary school. The SATs (special tests in English, Maths and Science) will be taking place in May 2008 and they are your opportunity to really show what you know !

We are looking forward to getting to know you all in the first few weeks of term. Don't forget those homework projects that are to be handed by Friday 7th September! Enjoy your holidays and keep yourselves safe. See you all raring to go on Wednesday 5th September.

Ms Neville and Miss Elsam

 

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Our Year 6 teachers - Ms Neville

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Our Year 6 teachers - Miss Elsam

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Roman drama in Class 14!

 

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Year 6 Roman Day

Don't forget Roman Day on Tuesday 2nd October! Come to school dressed up in your Roman costume and join in with all the activities. Parents are very welcome to join us from 2:30pm to see what we have been doing.

Another Romans website!

BBC healthy eating website
Info, quizzes and games to get you sussed about healthy eating

BBC Newsround
Keep up to date with what's happening around the country and internationally with this news website for kids. Cool games too!

Fractions and decimals game

Romans website

Solar system website
For Literacy lesson

Virtual Learning Environment
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Website for European country factfile

Website on planets
For Literacy lesson

World Fact Book website

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