Buckingham Park Primary School is a happy and healthy place to learn.
We are a larger than average community school , with over 400 pupils arranged into 16 classes.
We are very proud that our school is a safe, vibrant, purposeful place of learning where the head teacher knows the name of every single child.
Our spacious school, with its extensive grounds, is at the heart of our community and we work closely with families to help our children develop the essential skills for a happy and fulfilled life.
We work hard to cultivate and nurture attitudes of support, respect and care in all our activities and relationships and for all our children.
Equally important is learning. We set high standards in everything we do and strongly believe in the importance of the core skills of reading, writing and mathematics.
At Buckingham Park, we believe that primary school education is an experience that all children should enjoy to the full. We therefore offer a broad and balanced curriculum and pride ourselves on the quality of care provided to all pupils. Helping children to develop into happy, responsible citizens, who are able to make a positive contribution to our world, is at the heart of our work. We actively listen to the voices of parents and children.
This website with its photographs, children’s work, quotes and news updates should give you a picture of life at Buckingham Park Primary School but do please come and see the school at work and discover how your child could thrive here.
If you require paper copies of any of the documents you find on the website please ask at the school office and we will provide you with them free of charge.
Please follow this link to see weekly whole school and class attendance figures.
Parent Zone is a new website aimed at helping parents to keep children safe. Click on the logo to go to the site.
What's happening ...
HAVE A LOVELY SUMMER BREAK
We return to school on Monday 7th September
Oxford Owls is a fantastic website to use at home to support reading and maths. You can download, for free, a wide selection of e- books to your tablets and watch helpful videos that show you how various mathematical concepts are taught. Please encourage your children to take a look.
Follow this link to download suggested reading lists for each year group.
Maureen Burgess is in school for a few weeks working with all children in Y3-Y6 on a large project for our new corridor. Click here to see the children at work.
Click here to read latest newsletter.
Click here for the school term dates 2015/16
Please follow this link for the full ofsted report.