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Parklands Community Primary School
Parklands, CH66 3RL, UK Little Sutton
Tel. 0151 339 2587

Parklands School is a community where positive relationships between parents, pupils and staff enable children to grow in both independence and self confidence. It is a place where all are equally valued and recognise the contribution they can make to each others learning. In an atmosphere of encouragement, trust and respect, and through as wide a variety of educational experiences as possible, all pupils have the opportunity to develop their skills, talents and intellects to the full.

Parklands School is fortunate to be housed in a brand new ‘state of the art’ building opened in September 2003. The school was built under a public private finance initiative which means that although the staff are employed by Cheshire County Council, the school building is maintained and run by Eric Wright Construction Limited.>/p>

The headteacher will be happy to show any parent around the school, please phone for an appointment. We have an ‘open door’ policy. Parents are always welcome to come into school to discuss any issues. It is helpful if you have an appointment but urgent matters will always be dealt with immediately.

Parents as Partners

We welcome parents into school at all times to help in classes, attend special assemblies, open days, sports day and for social events.

Many school events that the children enjoy, discos, trips e.t.c. would not be able to go ahead without parent helpers and we are fortunate to have good parental support for all these activities. Parents are also welcome into school to discuss their child’s progress, specifically in the Autumn term on Parent’s Evenings, and at any other time provided an appointment has been made with the teacher concerned. Reports are sent to parents at the end of each school year and your child’s records can be viewed at your.

The Nursery

Our nursery is staffed by one teacher and two teaching assistants. Children start from the beginning of the term following their 3rd birthday. Admission forms and a nursery prospectus are available from the nursery or school office. Older children attend nursery in the morning session and younger children are given an afternoon place. We take 26 children in the morning and 26 each afternoon. The nursery provides a pre-school education in a relaxed and friendly environment. The natural curiosity of young children is built on by providing a wide range of practical activities that also promote the development of social skills, for example learning to share and take turns.

In preparation for later formal education, children’s intellectual development is fostered, again, in as wide a variety of ways as possible - drawing, writing and role play. Children from the nursery have P.E. lessons in the main school hall and join the older children for special events, e.g. to watch visiting theatre groups.


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