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Heritage Park Primary School
Park Farm Way, Park Farm, Stanground, PE2 8XA, UK Peterborough
Tel. 01733 703656, Fax 01733 703657

Welcome to Heritage Park Primary School

Dear Parents

Welcome to Heritage Park Primary School

On behalf of the staff and governors, I should like to welcome you and introduce you toour school. The staff and I hope that you and your family will have a long and happyassociation with us and we look forward to welcoming your child into school. I trust that you will find the information in this brochure useful.

It is intended to provide initial information about the school and then to be used for reference. In addition you will read about various ways in which parents can be involved in the dayto- day life of the school. This is important for we believe that parents and teachers should work in partnership if children are to obtain maximum benefit from their school years.

If you have any questions regarding the information in this brochure or any queries about the school, then please do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours sincerely
Mrs K J Hepworth-Lavery


We aim to encourage a love of learning and thereby make every day a rewarding experience for child and teacher.

The school offers a broad curriculum in line with the requirements of the "Curriculum Guidance for the Foundation Stage", the National Curriculum and advice of the Department for Education and Employment and the Local Education Authority. It is designed to meet the educational needs of each and every child.


We aim to help children:

· to make best use of all opportunities presented to them during their time in


· to develop lively, enquiring minds with the ability to question and argue


· to acquire knowledge, skills and understanding

· to develop habits of self-discipline, acceptable behaviour, courtesy and good


· to understand the importance of taking personal responsibility for themselves

and their learning

· to use language and number with confidence and enthusiasm

· to develop respect for religious and moral values and tolerance towards ways

of life that differ from their own

· to understand the world in which they live and the interdependence of

individuals, groups and nations

· to respect and care for other people and the environment

· to appreciate human achievements and endeavour

· to grow in aesthetic awareness and make best use of opportunities for their

creativity and imagination

· to develop agility and physical co-ordination and the ability to express

themselves through movement

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