Prospective Parents

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

For those parents whose children are just about to join us in Reception year, you can view the New Parents’ Evening presentation below.  

Our learning environment

Park Street Primary School is a unique learning environment for children. With only 120 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.


Applying for a place at Park Street

Headteacher Interviewed

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

Statutory Assessments this Term

Year 6 enjoyed a lovely breakfast before their tests this week (see above)! Now that Year 6 SATs are over, we are getting ready for the next assessments! Here are the ones your child may be involved in this term: Year 1 and Year 2 Phonics Check This is for all Year 1...


Class attendance for this week is: Owl Class: 96% Robin Class: 95% Woodpecker Class: 92% Eagle Class: 99% Well done Eagle Class!

Stars of the Week

Our 'Stars of the Week' for the week ending 17th May are: Owl Class: Jo Jo - for excellent behaviour and successful pond-dipping at Wicken Fen Robin Class: Theo - for working hard to complete his work in lessons Woodpecker Class: Sasha - for focusing especially well...

Key Stage Two Singing

Whilst Owls and Robins were at Wicken Fen, Woodpeckers and Eagles had a great sing with Mrs Shankland. They really enjoyed singing some of their old favourites! Here they are singing a Park Street song! [video width="1280" height="720"...

Robin and Owls trip to Wicken Fen

Robin and Owl Class visited Wicken Fen today, to learn more about living creatures and their habitats. They went on a mini-beast hunt, and were able to do some pond dipping too! They learned so much about the natural world and had a wonderful day exploring this...

Victorian Day in Robins!

On Friday, Robin Class learned about what it was like to be a Victorian schoolchild! They dressed in Victorian costume and sat in rows, chanting their learning! Please take a look at the photographs! [gallery...

Robin Class sketching at the Round Church

Robin Class had a visit to the Round Church last week, to develop their sketching techniques of buildings. Please see the pictures below!

Stars of the Week

Our 'Stars of the Week' for the week ending 10th May are: Owl Class: Ruize - for great progress in reading and writing, and learning his tricky words Robin Class: Sasha - for settling in to Robin Class really well Woodpecker Class: Freya - for working hard all week...


  Sleeping is an essential part of our lives, it’s as important to our bodies as eating, drinking, and breathing. Sleep helps our brains and bodies recover from everything we did during the day. Getting enough sleep is necessary for maintaining a child’s...


Attendance for all classes this week: Owl Class:              95.17% Robin Class            95.56% Woodpecker Class   96.33% Eagle Class               91.52% Well done Woodpeckers - an improvement on last week. Sadly a bug going around Eagle Class this...

Prospective Parents

Learn about life at our unique ‘village’ school situated at the heart of Cambridge.

With only 120 pupils, relationships are at the heart of the school, where every member of staff knows our children and families well.

View a video created by the school’s parents and children.