Parkside Primary School

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  • Ofsted report published.
    We hope you all received our message on Wednesday about our Ofsted report being published.
  • Reminder: World Book Day Thurs 5th March
    Which author will you be supporting - Roald Dahl or David Walliams?
  • 03/03/2020 - For your information: Chicken Pox
    We have had confirmed cases of chicken pox in school. If you are pregnant and have not had chicken pox you should get advice from your GP or midwife immediately even if you have no rash or other symptoms. If:
  • For your information 08/10/19: Chicken Pox (updated 9.10.19)
    We have had confirmed cases of chicken pox in Reception and Year 1. If you are pregnant and have not had chicken pox you should get advice from your GP or midwife immediately even if you have no rash or other symptoms. If:
  • Former Parkside pupils wanted!
    'Aspirations' is a key driver for our curriculum at Parkside. In past years we have held aspirations events where we have invited professionals to come in to school & talk to the pupils about their roles & what they involve as well as how they got there.
  • For your information: 9/7/2019
    We have had another confirmed case of chicken pox in school. If you are pregnant and have not had chicken pox you should get advice from your GP or midwife immediately even if you have no rash or other symptoms. If:
  • For your information 2/7/2019: chicken pox
    We have had a confirmed case of chicken pox in Nursery. If you are pregnant and have not had chicken pox you should get advice from your GP or midwife immediately even if you have no rash or other symptoms. If:
  • New eSafety resources
    As part of our commitment to supporting parents with online safety issues, we have added a new resource to our eSafety page.
  • For your information 11/03/2019: Chicken pox
    We have had confirmed cases of chicken pox in both wings. If you are pregnant and have not had chicken pox you should get advice from your GP or midwife immediately even if you have no rash or other symptoms. If:
  • For your information: 6/2/2019 Scarlet Fever
    We have had confirmed cases of Scarlet Fever in school in the east wing.
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