Key Information

Park Hill Junior School has 264 children between the ages of seven and eleven. The school is housed in a spacious building with extensive grounds for the children to learn and play. Our facilities include a library, music room, cookery space, craft areas, studio and an ICT suite.

We place a great importance on learning key skills, developing a healthy lifestyle, making friendships and building self-confidence and a sense of self-respect.

We believe that each individual has a unique place within our school family and the contribution he or she will make is important.

In our most recent Ofsted Inspection (January 2017) Park Hill was judged as remaining to be a good school.

 

"Park Hill is a welcoming and happy school where pupils thrive." Ofsted report 2017

 

Our partner school is Thorns Community Infant School and together we form the Park Hill Thorns Federation; one governing body and one executive head teacher are responsible for both schools. We also work closely with Capella's our onsite before and after school club.

 

Aims Statement

·We believe that every individual is important and matters. Every person is included as part of the Park Hill Thorns "family".

·We inspire a love for learning.

·We celebrate learning and encourage all to reach their full potential, to strive for their personal best and take responsibility for their own learning.

·We provide a happy, safe place, nurturing the self-esteem of all and where the well-being of each individual is at the heart of what we do.

·We encourage curiosity and independence enabling all to develop skills and discover new talents.

·We build a strong partnership with parents and families so that together we mutually support children's learning.

·We help children to develop as responsible citizens able to contribute to the development of their community.

·We support children to develop skills to collaborate with others and in leadership.

 

Admissions

Applications to Park Hill Junior School and all of Warwickshire Schools are managed through Warwickshire County Council Admissions. Our school's priority area boundary is defined as the area of Eastern Kenilworth, bounded by but not including Dalehouse Lane, south along the railway line from Dalehouse Lane to Birches Lane, Birches Lane and all roads leading from it.

Transfers at any other time depend on the number of children already registered for the cohort. Please enquire through Warwickshire County Council on 01926 742037 or the school office on 01926 855974.

Full details about the admissions process can be found on the Warwickshire Admisions website.