Following the government announcement for schools to partially reopen, we have put in place a Return to School Arrangements plan. Please read this carefully.
Please also read update letter dated 12 June from the Headteacher.
Due to national government restrictions to reduce the spread of Coronavirus, the school will otherwise continue to be closed until further notice, except for children of key workers and vulnerable children. Please contact the office if you feel your children fall into the above categories (Guidelines here).
We will continue to provide online support to children as far as possible – please refer to the Return to School Arrangements for detail.
Work for all the classes is uploaded to Tapestry or Teams. Please contact the Headteacher if you have any difficulties accessing this.
September 2020 Admissions
We are looking forward to welcoming all the children who have been allocated a place at Park Street in September. Please direct any questions to our Office Administrator, Mrs Juno O’Malley.
2020-2021 Term Dates
The term dates for the academic year beginning September 2020 can be found on the Cambridgeshire County website. There are also 5 teacher training days when the school will be closed as follows: 3rd and 4th September, 2nd November, 22nd February and 22nd July.
A warm welcome to Park Street Church of England Primary School in the heart of Cambridge.
Our school has 120 pupils from Reception to Year 6. We believe that each child has unique gifts to contribute to our school community, and our highly invested staff team are committed to seeing them grow to fulfil their potential, and develop a lifelong love of learning.
Whether you are new to the school, considering joining us, or have been a part of our community for years, we would love to share more of the life of Park Street with you here.
I have worked in education for the past nineteen years, entirely in small schools. My last position was working for a group of 14 primary schools, in Cornwall, as Head of School for two tiny schools of 40 children, one of which is a Church of England school. However, through becoming a County moderator for English, and in working in a collaborative way with partner schools, I have developed knowledge of a variety of educational settings and approaches to learning. Before becoming involved in education, I worked in Stage Management, firstly at English National Opera, and after that at Opera North where I met my husband. I have a degree in Music, Drama and Dance from the University of Birmingham; and a lifelong love and commitment to the performing arts, which I enjoy sharing with children through developing performances.
I also enjoy singing in choirs, worshipping at my local church, sailing, swimming and walking, and I am looking forward to developing these areas of my life in Cambridge!