Park School Independent Inspectorate Report
Scottish Literacy ReportScottish Numeracy Report
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Pupils are happy, safe and settled in this welcoming and nurturing school. They are polite and look very smart in their school uniform. Pupils feel comfortable talking with adults, who they treat with respect. For example, during the inspection, one pupil politely challenged the headteacher to a game of chess, while another invited him to have a conversation about motor racing. Adults have a deep understanding of pupils’ personal and academic needs. They establish strong and trusting relationships with pupils. This ensures that pupils feel secure and valued. They quickly grow in self-esteem. During the inspection, pupils talked perceptively, and with understandable pride, about some of the challenges they have overcome since joining the school. One pupil, for example, spoke about significant improvements in his own behaviour, and the difference this has made. Pupils are keen to learn. They behave well most of the time and socialise happily during breaktimes. For example, during the inspection, pupils enjoyed playing football. Adults’ skilful support meant that any minor disagreements were quickly forgotten. Pupils say that everyone usually gets on well together, although sometimes, they are upset by unkind comments. They spoke confidently about the steps adults take to sort this out when it occurs.
This school is independently managed and its admission criteria may be selective. There is no set catchment area as pupils are admitted from a wide variety of postcodes and, in the case of boarding schools, from outside the UK. Contact the school directly or visit their website for more information on Admissions Policy and Procedures.
2015 GCSE RESULTSImportant information for parents
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