Dream, believe... achieve --- Rêver, croire... atteindre
Parkside Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.
Click here for our Safeguarding Policy
The Public Health Team have asked is to share this guidance on Self-Isolation.
Self-isolation changes in effect from Monday, 16 August
From 16 August, if you have been fully vaccinated you will be exempt from the requirement to self-isolate if you are a contact of a positive case. From this date, if you are under 18 and a contact of a positive case you will also be exempt from self-isolation.
In both instances, you will be advised to take a PCR test. If you test positive you will still need to self-isolate regardless of your vaccination status or age.
We hope you enjoy visiting our website and finding out more about our school.
Here at Parkside our motto is "Dream, believe... achieve" and we aim to provide the environment and support for each and every child to do just that.
We hope you find the information you are looking for here on our website but if you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us or visit the school office.
Should you need to discuss anything in more detail, our Headteacher Miss O'Brien and Deputy Head Mrs Coxon are always happy to speak to parents. Our Assistant Heads are also on hand, including Miss Hunter in KS1 (East) and Mrs Burns in KS2 (West) as well as Miss Bradley who is responsible for SEND, behaviour and safeguarding.
Our year group leads are as follows:
EYFS (Reception and Nursery) - Mrs Benson
Year 1/2 - Miss Hunter
Year 3/4 - Miss Oldridge
Year 5/6 - Ms Hubbard
You can also ask to speak to Mrs Daine, our Behaviour and Family Support Worker or Miss Curley our Safeguarding Officer.
If you have any queries or need any help, please feel free to call the school on 01405 763634 and Mrs Leetham, Miss Ward, Mrs Wild, Miss Longman or Mrs Atkinson from our Admin Team will be happy to take your call.
If you have any concerns about the safety and welfare of a child, and are not sure what to do next, contact the Children's