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If you are a prospective parent looking for your child to join King's Park Academy in 2021, the Principal would be pleased to answer any questions by telephone.
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Our Vision and Ethos High Expectations Lead to High Achievers

 Vision

‘High Expectations lead to High Achievers’

We are an outstanding, values-based school at the heart of our culturally diverse community, striving for excellence, enabling our children to achieve their highest potential in all areas of the curriculum.

Our vision is to create a school community where children participate, succeed and are proud of their achievements. We strive to actively promote British values and prepare our children to become role models, thus preparing them for life in modern Britain.

“Everyone is a learner and every experience is a learning opportunity.”

 

King’s Park Academy has three key objectives:

  • Ensure all pupils and young peoples’ achievement is their very best.
  • Improving schools by outstanding leadership
  • Achieving “operational economies” across Ambitions Academies Trust in terms of “value for money” and organisational resilience.

 

King’s Park Academy work on the principal that:

“………… the quality of an education system cannot exceed the quality of its teachers.”

Sir Michael Barber

Ethos

King’s Park Academy (KPA) demands high expectations for all. In everything KPA does we always refer back to our mantra that encapsulates the belief that KPA must have outstanding teaching and achievement.

A culture of high expectation leads to the highest achievers as we all thrive to better ourselves. Children and staff are challenged and supported to get the best possible outcomes. Children, with the support of their teacher, set themselves goals and targets which they then challenge themselves to meet.

School Information

Thought of the week

William A. Ward The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.

Yammayap