Pooles Park Primary School
Our average class size is 25.
We have outstanding pastoral care.
We have a beautiful garden and a national reputation for teaching about the environment and sustainability.
Welcome from our Head Teacher
Welcome to Pooles Park Primary School.
Our website provides practical information about the workings of the school as well as outlining our approach to teaching and nurturing children.
At Pooles Park we aim to ensure that every child that joins us is secure and happy and enjoys learning and achieving while they are with us.
We value children of all skills and abilities and we provide an environment where they can fulfil their potential and grow into responsible, confident and active young people.
We offer a rich and fulfilling teaching and learning environment in Finsbury Park. We have a national award winning garden where children learn about growing food and sustainability
Please take your time to browse through the site and discover all we have to offer you and your children. The best way to see what we can offer your child is to visit. I would be delighted to talk to you in person. Please contact me on the email address below or by phoning the school.
Pooles Park pupils meet The Queen!
Pupils from a range of classes, went to Coram children’s charity to meet The Queen. The children talked with The Queen about Pooles Park and showed her a picture of her visit to Pooles Park in 1967! Coram provide funding for the Beanstalk reading volunteer scheme. Many children at Pooles Park work with Beanstalk volunteers to improve their reading.
FREE nursery places for 3 and 4 year olds.
‘This is a good school. Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is a clear strength of the school. Pupils learn about their rights and responsibilities through the curriculum. This prepares pupils well for life in modern Britain.’Ofsted, October 2016
Children are happy and they settle confidently into the regular activities provided because adults are quick to understand their needs and interests. They sustain good attention and concentration on their selected activities.Ofsted, October 2016