Prospective Parents

Welcome! Thank you for your interest in Park Street Primary School for your child.

Our learning environment

Park Street Primary School is a unique learning environment for children. With only 110 pupils, relationships are at the heart of the school, where every member of staff knows our children and families well. Personalised learning becomes possible and successful when children’s individual learning needs and interests are known well by their teachers.

Children thrive through our encouraging, creative and ambitious approach, where the individuality and contribution of all is highly valued. The highly invested staff team are committed to seeing them grow to fulfil their potential, and develop a lifelong love of learning.

For our global population of pupils, we provide a flexible, responsive curriculum, led by enthusiastic teachers attuned to satisfying children’s curiosity and inquiring minds.

The life of the school

Park Street is a community where we all know each other. As a Church of England school, we welcome the diversity and faiths of our community and hold the following values: honesty and respect, friendship and kindness, learning and fun.

Our daily Collective Worship keep students, teachers and staff connected to each other, and we are an active member of the local community, partnering with museums and organisations to round out a student’s education. Our school borders Jesus Green, and children spend their daily outdoor activity in this beautiful space. Before-school wrap around care is offered to students, and there are numerous after school clubs offered, including coding, sports clubs, theatre, Latin, knitting and more.

See what children are learning this year at Park Street in the Latest School News.

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Headteacher Interviewed

Cambridge 105 Radio interviewed our Headteacher Sarah Hawker about our new outdoor classroom

Hello to All at Home and at School

Hello everybody working at home and at school!  The challenge at the moment is making sure that we all still feel part of Park Street. It is great to see from the online survey so far, that you mostly do. Thank you to everybody who has...

Thank you to Parents, Carers and Children

The main news from Park Street this week is how amazing the wonderful staff have been this week, working brilliantly together to re-create an online school alongside a critical worker/vulnerable children school!  It has been a challenging task, but I think we have...

Crazy Christmas at Park Street!

What a wonderful pre-Christmas week we have had at Park Street!  At the risk of over-doing the alliteration, there has been a great deal of singing, signing and sewing! The choir and signing club successfully raised over £200 for the Chromebook appeal, by entertaining...

Look at us!

Flamingo Class have been learning so much this week! They have learned to choreograph and perform cheerleading routines, and have also learned to draw an accurate portrait.   Signing club would like to wish everybody a 'Merry Christmas' - don't forget that they...

Chromebooks for Christmas

The PTA are pleased to announce the launch of our very first Crowd Funding Project to raise money for Chromebooks for the students of Park Street Primary School. In a globally connected, fast-paced world, children need to be equipped with the technology and related...

Snow Fun at Park Street

What a surprise to find it snowing this morning!  Owl and Flamingo Classes had great fun playing with it at playtime, despite getting rather cold and wet!  I couldn't resist taking some photographs of the outside of our school looking snowy, and also Christmassy in...

Stars of the Week & Challenge Cup Winners

Here are the Stars of the Week for this week: Owl Class: Sofia for working hard to improve her writing Flamingo Class: Benji for working hard to improve his handwriting Woodpecker Class: Amber for being a very hardworking and calm member of Woodpecker Class Eagle...

A Busy Week at Park Street

Despite the weather and Covid-19, we have been making the best of the situation at Park Street.  Eagle Class even managed to go out on a trip this week! They were lucky enough to have a walking tour of Cambridge by Honor Ridout.  They came back having learned some new...

School Council, Remembrance & Children in Need

School Council On Monday, the School Council had a meeting to plan for Children in Need, and to discuss improvements the children would like to suggest for their school life.  Here are some photographs of the Council members. We have had to be careful to keep them in...

Craft Off – Our City

As many of you know, we weren’t able to hold our annual Bake Off in the same way this year so instead opted for a contact-free creative alternative for our autumn fundraiser. We were blown away by the entries received for our first ever Craft Off on the theme of Our...