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Forest Park Primary School

Forest Park Primary School
File:Forest park emblem.jpg
Motto Be the best you can be
Established 2005
Type Primary School
Religion Non-denominational
Headteacher Mrs J Baggaley

Woodall St
Hanley, Stoke-On-Trent
England England Coordinates: 53°01′59″N 2°11′01″W / 53.0331°N 2.1837°W / 53.0331; -2.1837

Local authority City of Stoke-On-Trent
DfE URN Ofsted Reports
Students 400 (approx.)
Gender Coeducational
Ages 3–11
Colours Green

Forest Park Primary School

Forest Park Primary School is a larger than average [3].
File:Forest Park Primary pic.jpg

The school is a two form entry school comprising a [4].

“The school provides a very safe and caring haven for all pupils” [7].

Pupil Groups

  • School Council - made up of one child from each class from year 2 -year 6. Makes decisions on playground activities, school charity work, friendship and anti-bullying strategies and other school issues.
  • Eco-Action team Eco-Schools green flag status.I attended a school on this site from 1950 to 1956 it was known as Granville County Primary, girls and boys had separate playgrounds and each had an air-raid shelter.Kenneth John Bourne.

External links

  • School Website [9]
  • Ofsted report, G. Griffin, 2007 [10]
  • Performance table, SATs, 2007 [11]
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