Welcome to Park Hill

Primary School

Park Hill Primary School is situated on Lower Eastern Green Lane in Coventry and serves many families from the surrounding area.

Ofsted Report

Good 2018

"The school’s culture encourages calm and orderly conduct. Everyone models the school’s values of honesty, kindness, respect, perseverance, responsibility and aspiration." Ofsted 2018

WELCOME

Park Hill Primary School is situated on Lower Eastern Green Lane in Coventry and serves many families from Eastern Green and surrounding area. Over the next few years, the school is expanding to two-form of entry but we currently have 449 children on our roll including our Preschool children where we offer all day Early Years Provision for 2 and 3 year olds.

EXPANSION

Park Hill Primary School is generous in size. As part of an expansion program, the school has received investment into the building and we have used this to modernise some of our classrooms and create new learning areas for the children. Our children also benefit from a large playing field, a nature trail, garden area and playgrounds.

OUR ROLE

We believe that the role of Park Hill Primary School is to help develop well-rounded children who not only enjoy learning but are happy and confident too. We believe that we have a rich and varied curriculum and because our teachers are really skilled they are able to create memorable learning moments for the children.

WELCOME TO OUR SCHOOL WEBSITE

The purpose of our website is to give visitors an insight into the work of our school, celebrate our children’s achievements and provide you with useful information about events that are taking place here.

If you would like even more up to date information about life at Park Hill Primary School, please visit our blogs,  or view our recent newsletter: September 2016

WE OPENED

50 years ago

A STRONG

Commitment to P.E. and Healthy Lifestyle

WE ENCOURAGE

Extra Curricular Activities

Learn More About us

HOUSE POINTS

All members of our School Community earn House Points for their teams, which are named after local Coventry parks. This terms running total is:

COOMBE

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GOSFORD

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QUINTON

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SPENCER

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WHY CHOOSE PARK HILL PRIMARY SCHOOL

We believe all children are entitled to develop to their fullest potential
EQUALITY

We are committed to ensure equality of educational opportunity and support for all of our children - we aim for early intervention and support.

PARENTS

At Park Hill Primary School, all parents and carers are equally valued as part of our school community - we want to work collaboratively!

RECEPTION & KS1 STAR OF THE WEEK

Each week, we choose a member of a class to be star of the week.

STAFF DEVELOPMENT

Embracing Curriculum development and design; growing pupil numbers; embedding great teaching and learning; Supporting Staff CPD.

CITIZENSHIP

Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) and Citizenship enables children to become healthy, independent and responsible members of society.

KS2 STAR OF THE WEEK

To be a star of the week you have to be spotted doing something fabulous.

WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL AND ENJOY YOUR SPRING TERM

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OUR LEADERSHIP TEAM

Driving strategic direction and vision
Paul Griffin

Day to day Management of the School, Designated Safeguarding Lead, Staff Training and CPD Lead, Provision Management Lead, Behaviour and Safety Lead

Tracey Bailey

Safeguarding and Pastoral Support, Assessment Lead, Teaching Assistant Lead, LSA Support, Buddies Support, Education Visits Lead

Ryan Lawrence

Pupil Premium Lead, Curriculum Director, Staff Training and CPD Support, NQT Mentor

UP AND COMING EVENTS

Here are some of our events.

You can view all our events here: Up and Coming Events

Happy Birthday to all Park Hill pupils who celebrate their birthday in January:

Rohan M 6W, Nathan H 6F, Jack F 6F, Brooke C 6F, Ella J 5D, Dylan M 5D, Shekinah M 5D, Adam P 5D, Jesse S 4V, Morgan W 4V, Reo F 4N, Megan K 4N, Oscar G 4N, Tyler C 3R, Jacob D 3R, Jack M 3AH, Ava T 3AH, Imogen C 3AH, William D 2P, Seth D 2P, Maddison-Mae G 2P, Tapiwanashe S 2NP, Hakiem K 2NP, Mollie B 2NP, Kavan J 2NP, Amelia A 1R, Gianlucca K RHM, Eleni E RHM, Gracie W RHM, Alfie-Jack D RHM, Harry G RM, Lexi J RM, Layla M RM, Michael H PS, Khaleesi A PS, Madison F & George S PS.

Jan
17
Thu
2019
Kidz Praise at St Andrew’s Church
Jan 17 @ 3:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Kidz Praise at St Andrew's Church

Kidz Praise runs on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, the next one being 17th January. From 3.20pm until 4pm there is craft, songs and toast! At 4pm, the 20 minute service starts with stories, activities and prayers. Guests are welcome to arrive any time between 3.20pm and 4pm.

Many thanks

Julie

-- Julie Crow Parish Administrator St Andrew's Church, Eastern Green Working days: Monday & Wednesday 8am-2pm & Friday 8am-12noon Tel No: 07756 918847
Jan
19
Sat
2019
Park Hill needs your help!
Jan 19 @ 9:00 am – Jan 20 @ 12:00 pm
Park Hill needs your help!

Park Hill needs you … please help!

 

Park Hill Garden

Jan
23
Wed
2019
Introduction to the role of the Early Years Worker and Teaching Assistant
Jan 23 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Introduction to the role of the Early Years Worker and Teaching Assistant

Are you a parents who may be interested in exploring the role of the Early Years Worker or Teaching Assistant? Please come and join us.

COURSE DETAILS

 

Kind regards

Fiona Smith (nee Wiggins)

Early Help Assessment Coordinator

Mosaic Family Hub

Jardine Crescent

Tile Hill

 

Latest Posts

From our blog

3AH Maths Marvel!

This week’s Maths Marvel is Chloe! Over the past week, we have been applying the bus stop method for division (which can be very tricky). Everyone in the class found it tricky to begin with, however Chloe has been a prime advocate for resilience, growth mindset and determination. Since the beginning of the unit, she […]

Winter trees!

Year 5 have been producing designs for our Christmas cards.

Wonderful Weather Writing!

Oaks have been learning about weather this week. We read the story ‘Windy Day’ and used this to inspire our special writing. First we made big movements in the air and then we wrote them on the big paper with pens. Can you see our windmill circles or our sailing boats going backwards and forwards? […]

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