To strengthen a home/school partnership, where the positive support of our parents and the wider community is very important to us all. We maintain an open and welcoming environment where we can work together for the benefit of our pupils.
To nurture and foster a ‘never give up’ approach, where pupils and adults strive to overcome their difficulties.
Aspire to Achieve
To create a culture where everyone aims high through an inspiring curriculum that provides all pupils with opportunities, irrespective of ethnicity, religion, disability or gender.
Respect Each Other
To promote and develop an understanding of moral, spiritual and ethical issues in school, consistently demonstrated through a mutual respect for each other. To teach sensitivity and empathy advocating no acceptance of bullying or discrimination, sustaining an awareness and understanding of British Values.
To educate pupils in developing positive attitudes towards self-discipline, good behaviour and to encourage development of positive relationships between themselves and others.
Listen and Learn
To inspire pupils to be part of a culture where everyone’s voice is heard and opinions are valued. Children are encouraged to accept mistakes as a tool to further learning.
Explore, Enjoy and Excite
To support each child’s ability, creativity, development and enthusiasm in a range of subjects and skills through a creative approach to the curriculum, which incorporates opportunities for children to learn how to achieve a healthy and eco-friendly lifestyle.
The staff and children at Forest Park Primary School welcome you to our website, which is
intended to let you know more about the school.
Forest Park is a thriving primary school in Stoke On Trent, serving a diverse and dynamic
community. We work together to provide a stimulating, nurturing environment, where
everyone is safe, valued and given the opportunity to realise their full potential.
At Forest Park everyone is encouraged to “SPARKLE” which forms the values and ethos of
our school: Support and encourage, Promote resilience, Aspire to achieve, Respect each
other, Keep positive, Listen and learn, Enjoy, explore and excite.
Forest Park Primary School are part of Orchard Community Trust and further information can be found in the Key Information section of the website.
We hope that you enjoy exploring our website. If you wish to know more about the school,
then look through our prospectus or contact us to arrange a visit.
We look forward to welcoming you to our school.
Forest Park is committed to making a difference to children's lives.
Pupils are inquisitive, courteous and keen to share their learning.
The governing body share the headteacher's ambitions for the school and have played an active role in working closely with pupils and parents to raise aspirations within the school community.
Assessment information shows that there are no gaps between disadvantaged pupils and their peers.
Our Friends & Family say...
"Forest Park Primary School is such a wonderful school for supporting children learning and development of life skills. The staff are extremely dedicated to ensuring that all the children attain an expected high achievement. There is a lovely atmosphere and children are given adequate individual support such that even those who are different or have disabilities are made to feel part of the school family without feeling left out. I would like to express my profound gratitude for everyone at Forest Park for the high standards they have inspired my child with."
"A very good school which not only focuses on education but also helps to build a strong foundation of character which helps the kids with the rest of their lives."
It is with great pleasure that we can share with you our fantastic report from Ofsted. Written by the HMI inspector Jonathon Keay, the report confirms that Forest Park continues to be a ‘Good’ school. The report states that Forest Park is ‘committed to making a difference to children’s lives’, and is led by ‘an impressive team of forward thinking committed professionals’.During the inspection the children of Forest Park made us so proud, displaying their usual high standards of excellent behaviour and good manners. The inspector said that our ‘pupils were exceptionally courteous, kind and polite’.