• Guest Blog - Helping refugees

    19th January 2017 Today, my classmates and I went to help some refugees at Holy Spirit Church in Beeston hill. Did you know refugees are very poor? In fact, they are at 1% the poorest people in the world. We have helped lots and lots of refugees helping them carry lots of h
  • Dough Disco!!

    9th June 2016  Today Key Stage 1 and Early Years grooved away to disco tracks for #DoughDiscoDay . We use Dough Disco moves to warm up our fingers and brains so we can do super writing.  Even our parents joined in.      We made sparkly dough, sticky dough and smelly dou
  • Blissful Book Corners

    18th March 2016  This week Park View celebrated an amazing win in the Arooj ‘Reading Corner Challenge’.  Our book corners are well known for being brilliant – lots of visitors comment on how fantastic they are – but this week it became official, our Year 4 book corner is
  • Random Acts of Kindness

    7th March 2016 It’s Random Acts of Kindness Week at Park View Primary!  In assembly this morning, we watched the video below. As the camera tracks an act of kindness as its passed from one individual to the next and manages to boomerang back to the person who set it into
  • Harry Potter Day

    5th February 2016 Put Thursday 4th February in your diary for next year because it is Harry Potter Night and in our school it is HARRY POTTER DAY!!!We get ridiculously giddy about it.This year every member of staff chose a character to become for the day, golden snitches we
  • It's beginning to look at lot like Christmas!

    2nd December 2015 This is my favourite time of year in school and we are all really looking forward to the run up to Christmas! Our tree has arrivedand I was lucky enough to take a group of 12 'Always' children to Tong Garden Centre to buy lots of new decorations. Key Stag
  • Why We Love Reading

    26th November 2015 This week we have two guest bloggers from Year 6 who wanted to explain exactly why it is that we love reading at Park View. ‘Hello everybody we are two students in year 6 at this amazing school Park View. At Park View we love our reading because it gives o
  • Sharing our Positive Message

    8th July 2015 It was really exciting that Calendar News came to visit and film at our school last week to share some of the positive work we are doing. It was great to celebrate the skills and talents of the Park View community and allowed our children to shine!The Depa
  • Celebrating Differences

    27th March 2015 In line with our SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning) topic: Good to Be Me, this week we have been celebrating our differences. We started the week by reading one of my favourite stories 'Gordon's Got a Snookie'. In the story, Gordon the Gorilla
  • Book Week

    5th March 2015 What a wonderful week we’ve had!Book Corners We launched Book Week with our Book Corner Competition. All our classes in school have amazing book corners which promote the enjoyment of reading. Our staff are fantastic at creating exciting areas in the class
  • Anti-Bullying Video

    22nd January 2015 This morning, our Year 6 children and the School Council presented an assembly about bullying.As part of safety week, Class 6 have looked at the way bullying makes people feel and what we can all do to help. The key message was "Stand Together!" CLICK HERE
  • Season's Greetings!

    17th December 2014 It's the end of a busy term and it is most definitely my favourite time of the year to be in school - we have already  enjoyed our Christmas dinner thanks to Bev in the kitchen.    This morning’s panto ‘Aladdin Trouble’ was a real success! The children in
  • Half Term Round Up

    24th October 2014 As the half term break approaches, I have been reflecting on all the fantastic learning and exciting events that have happened over the past 8 weeks. Dreams and Wishes This half term, the whole school followed the same topic 'Dreams and Wishes'. As part of
  • Ofsted Inspection

    18th June 2014 After 2 weeks wait, we are finally able to share our Ofsted report and I am thrilled that the school has been judged as good with outstanding leadership.  Here are some of the highlights from the report:"The care and guidance given to pupils is outstanding
  • Hat Trick for Park View

    22nd May 2014  Guest Blog:We were kindly invited to a football tournament  by the Hunslet club. We were all prepared for what was facing us. Many other school also entered the competition. Within five minutes, St  Mary`s scored, as a result Park View got despondent.  St
  • Our Classrooms

    16th May 2014   I took a deligtful walk around the school this afternoon and as always loved seeing how well the classrooms support learning.  It was great to see a mixture of excellent examples of children's learning displayed, resources to support learning and of cour
  • Guest Blog: What I saw at Yorkshire Wildlife Park

    2nd May 2014  Me and my class and class 3 had a splendid time at Yorkshire Wildlife Park in Doncaster. We saw lots of animals such as Wallabies,Flamingos,Zebras,Giraffes and even Baboons! And there is many more.   So the first thing we did is getting into our groups an
  • Spring Term Round Up

    4th April 2014 What a busy term we've had! I'd like to thank the staff and children for all their hard work. Here are some of the highlights:- Class 1 and 2 along with Nursery and Reception children enjoyed a wonderful day meeting and handling lots of animals from Lion L
  • Book Day

    31st March 2014  Today we had great fun dressing as our favourite  book characters - especially the teachers! Roald Dahl seems to be a favourite among children and staff alike as we saw: 2 oompa lumpas, The Twits, Willy Wonka, The Grand High Witch and The Enormous Crocodi
  • Dough Disco

    28th February 2014 We have been busy getting ready for Monday and we are excited for the Dough Disco! One of the fun methods we use in school, to warm up the children’s hands for writing is the Dough Disco. This is where our hands dance to music using play dough.There is a D