About Us


About Us

Welcome to our school website!

I am privileged to be able to introduce myself as the head teacher of Park Hill Primary School and have been in post since January 2016. The school has a strong history of working in collaboration with families within Eastern Green and surrounding areas of Coventry and has a very good reputation across the city. I am proud to play a role in its history.

Park Hill Primary School is a very happy and busy school – there is always so much going on! The school has recently completed an expansion project involving an increase in pupil numbers over a number of years – moving from admitting 45 children on role each year to an increase of 60 children. In September 2017, the school opened a new preschool providing a teacher led early years provision for two and three years old which also includes before and after school care. We are a forward-thinking school, always striving for improvement and seeking new and exciting initiatives for the best outcomes for children.

I believe that our website reflects our school well and I hope that by navigating through the pages of information and class blogs, you have a flavour of life at Park Hill and that you have the information that you need about our school. If you are a prospective parent, please make an appointment to visit the school in order to gain a sense of the ethos at Park Hill. I am confident that you wouldn’t be disappointed!

I look forward to any feedback that you may have for us. Thank you for taking the time and interest in our school.

Mr P Griffin
Head Teacher Park Hill


My name is Miss Norcliffe and I am pleased that I already know many of you. I started my journey at Park Hill in 2015 in Early Years and had the pleasure of teaching a fantastic group of children who I followed into Key Stage One where I landed in Year Two as Key Stage One Assistant Head. Teaching is my passion and making a difference is what matters to me. Children hold fond memories of Primary School and ensuring they get the positive experiences and memories to carry with them is a priority of mine. Although I don’t get to have my own class in my new role as Deputy Headteacher I am excited that I get to work across the whole school and look forward to getting to know any children or families that I don’t already.

Communication is a key driver and family/community feedback is important to me. Please do come and say ‘Hello’ when you see me around school; I look forward to working with you all.

Miss A Norcliffe

Deputy Head Teacher Park Hill

  • Celebrating Community
  • Enabling Life-Long Learning
  • Setting High Standards and Expectations
  • Nurturing Talents







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and Vision
Understanding Respect & Positivity

At Park Hill, we are understanding, respectful and with a positive attitude towards life we aspire to achieve here and beyond.

Core Values
Ways of Being

In order for the above to be achieved it is essential that every member of the school community acknowledges and reflects the values promoted by the school.

Agreed Core Values

Being Respectful: acting with integrity and consideration

Being Aspirational: having high expectations of what we can achieve

Being understanding : demonstrating empathy

Being positive: Learning to persevere and developing resilience


GOOD 2018

Governors are committed to the school. They have a sound understanding of the strengths and further areas for improvement. They make regular visits to school where they check what leaders have told them about the school’s performance.

Osfted May 2018

Leaders have an accurate and thorough understanding of the quality of teaching throughout the school. This is because they make regular checks and provide detailed feedback to teachers.

Osfted May 2018

Pupils enjoy coming to school, where they learn and achieve well. Pupils’ behaviour is good both during lessons and as they move around the school. They are extremely polite and well mannered.

Osfted May 2018

Ofsted and SAT's

SATS 2019

Key Stage 1

Key Stage 1 - Writing, Reading & Maths

Reading 83%
Writing 79%
Maths 86%
RWM 72%


Report 2018
Ofsted Report

Ofsted Inspection May 2018


Year 1
Phonics 90%

EYFS Foundation Stage Data

Percentage of Pupils achieving a good level of development:
School 73%
National Average 72%


Performance Table

DfE Performance tables

KS2 Data 2019

 % achieving expected standard or above % achieving higher 'greater depth' standard Average scaled score (Nat. average = 100)Expected progress score. Expected = '0'
Park HillNationalPark HillNationalScaled ScoreProgress Score
Combined R/W/M57%65%14%11%N/AN/A
Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar75%78%34%36%106.7N/A

Job Vacancies

To apply for a vacancy when listed, please complete the relevant application form (download from the link below), which may then be filled in electronically or by hand and can be either emailed or posted to the school:

Application Forms:

We currently have no vacancies available at Park Hill. 

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