Welcome Message

Dear Parents/Carers,

Welcome to our school.

Pinner Park Infant and Nursery School is a very successful school with a strong community, including highly committed staff and supportive parents/carers, enabling our children to receive the best possible start to their education.

We are very proud that the latest Ofsted Inspection (May 2013) identified Pinner Park as an outstanding school, recognising the high quality of care and support from all staff, the high expectations and the quality of teaching that enables pupils to make outstanding progress. Our children consistently achieve above the Harrow and National average in Reading, Writing and Mathematics.

As a school we have had an outstanding rating since 2007.

We are about to go through big changes, leading to exciting opportunities to move our school on into the future. When we re-open after the Easter holiday we will have expanded to incorporate Pinner Park Junior School children and staff, and will become Pinner Park Primary School.

The Infant and Nursery School and the Junior School currently share the site, being right next door to each other, and already have a close working relationship to ease the transition process for the children moving the Junior school each September. This relationship will be strengthened and extended by becoming an all through primary school with staff working across all the age ranges from EYFS through to the end of Key Stage 2.

The Governors will be appointing a Headteacher for the new Primary School, and will ensure a smooth transition during the change over.

This website provides you with some information about the school which we think will help you and your child get to know how we work.

If you need more information please give us a call or come in and ask. I am delighted to see prospective parents and to show them the school. The office is at the front of the school and all queries will be answered.

Visits for prospective parents are held at frequent intervals and can be arranged by telephoning or visiting the school office.

Yours sincerely,

Margaret Tait

Acting Headteacher