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Head Teachers' Message


At Parkway Primary School Achievement and Progress is at the heart of everything we do. We are an ACE school where our pupils and staff focus on:

Aiming high with confidence

Co-operating and learning together

Enabling everybody to succeed

We empower our pupils to be the best that they can be through our relevant, exciting and inspiring Curriculum.

Pupils actively engage in a range of Clubs and learning opportunities before, during and after school, designed to raise their achievement and enhance their future life chances.

The community is engaged in the life of the school through the PTFA, Stay and Play, AssembliesCharities and pupil focussed Events through the year.

Our pupils demonstrate outstanding behaviours for learning and are the embodiment of our school motto: Learning to Achieve

OFSTED 2014 said:

“Teaching across the school over time is good, with examples of some outstanding teaching.”

“The school’s work to keep pupils safe and secure is outstanding.”

“Pupils’ achievement is good.Their attainment across the school is rising, and by the end of Year 6 it is now well above the national average in reading, writing and mathematics.”

“The behaviour of the pupils is good …. Pupils are proud of their school.”

Parents say:

Our most recent parents’ survey showed that:

99% of the parents said that their children are happy at the school.

99% of the parents said that their children make progress at the school.

99% of the parents said that their children are taught well.

ALL parents said that their children are safe and well looked after.

One of our parents said, “The education my children receive at Parkway is outstanding. I would really recommend it.”

A paper copy of information on this website can be provided to parents on written request to the School Office.

School Local Offer

This page is part of the Local offer for Bexley. Under the Children and Families Bill which becomes law in 2014, Local Authorities are required to publish, and keep under review, information about services that they expect to be available for children and young people with disabilities and Special Educational Needs aged 0-25. This is called the Local Offer. The intention of the Local Offer is to improve choice and transparency for families. It will also be an important resource for professionals in understanding the range of services and provision in the local area.

MLD Provision