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Welcome to

Grange Park Primary School

At Grange Park Primary School we ensure that children are at the heart of everything we do. We are a supportive, nurturing and inclusive school where children have a voice. Our curriculum is creative and engaging, and our commitment to developing growth mindset and knowledge of how to learn ensures successful learners.  Through our curriculum and wide range of enrichment activities, we are able to provide a well-rounded school experience, which is exciting and fun.  We aim to give the best possible start to children’s education in our nursery and reception classes, and to provide a seamless journey through the school.  Our staff and children love to come to school and learn together.  Our core values of respect, co-operation, resilience and responsibility underpin everything we do. 

 

Latest News

  • Children in Need

    Grange Park Primary thoroughly enjoyed taking part in activities to support this year’s Children in Need campaign!  Read More
  • Look at our wonderful work...

    We know that sadly parents haven't been able to come into the school this term and notice the wonderful work that is being displayed we thought we'd take some photos of the... Read More
  • Road Safety Week

    The children have been busy learning how to cross the road using the green cross code. Read More
  • Anti-bullying week

    What a great week we have had standing united against bullying. Read More
  • The Golden Age

    For our learning quest topic, Year 5 have been focusing on Ancient Islamic Civilisation (The Golden Age). Read More

Our Latest Tweets

  • Through the game the children learned to always STOP, LOOK, LISTEN. We learned about #roadsafety signs, where is the best place to cross the road, what signs to look out for and what dangers we may face. https://t.co/Qv8wncUmGd

  • #nursery has been learning how to cross the road using the #greencrosscode. They practiced how to look left and right before they cross and acted out different roles as mummy, daddy or the Lolly Pop Person as special people who help us cross the road safely when we come to school https://t.co/A2TRwl0olp

  • What a great week we have had standing #UnitedAgainstBullying. Across the school, we launched the week with #OddSocksDay to recognise and celebrate our individuality and what makes us all unique at Grange Park Primary. https://t.co/rNan0RWK3Z

  • Click on the link for our latest edition of the News Roundup 20 November 2020 https://t.co/JODNUEfQ2B

  • Check out Jupiter class's retelling of a section from our Varjak Paw story. Hopefully you can tell that we have been working on expression too! Can anyone spot any repeated lines and words to build tension? @piecorbett @whatSFSaid https://t.co/cZB4mXQrAx

  • #Reception have been learning about #Diwali this week and have made their own Diva lamps. Wishing all of our GP families celebrating the #FestivalofLight tomorrow a very special day. https://t.co/Q3AyP89xGA

  • #Neptuneclass taking part in #childreninneed https://t.co/40gABAcfkC

  • In #Year6 we started our new topic - WW 2. The children have had a great time learning about a monumental time in our country's history. They had to create timelines to understand the key events. Also imagining what is what like to be a child evacuee. https://t.co/L8rTmT9kNY

  • #Year5 have been focusing on Ancient Islamic Civilisation #TheGoldenAge. Differences in Baghdad and London in 900AD. In London there were very few books and hardly any readers, in Baghdad, there were millions of books and many thousands of readers. https://t.co/0YHOuKBdd7

 

Get In Touch

Address Grange Park Primary School
World's End Lane
Winchmore Hill
London N21 1PP

Telephone 0208 360 1001