Shoreditch Park Primary School
Who are we?
Shoreditch Park Primary School is an inclusive two-form entry primary school with over 400 children on roll from Nursery to Year 6.
The School is committed to providing children with the very best education to ensure that each child reaches their maximum potential and develops a lasting love of learning and a sense of curiosity in the world around them.
The ASPIRE curriculum and ethos underpins everything that we do at Shoreditch Park. ASPIRE is an aspirational curriculum and school vision that empowers children to flourish in their academic, personal, and social learning. Within our broad and balanced ASPIRE and PSHE (personal, social, health, and economic) curriculum, we are able to nurture and support the spiritual, moral, social, and cultural (SMSC) development in young children and promote fundamental British values in young lives. You can find out more about ASPIRE here on our website.
Shoreditch Park Primary School fosters a welcoming, safe, disciplined environment where all children, families, and all other members of our school community are treated with tolerance, kindness, and respect
All staff and governors at Shoreditch Park Primary School recognise that all children are entitled to an education that enables them to make progress so that they:
• achieve their best
• become confident individuals living fulfilling lives, and
• make a successful transition into adulthood, whether into employment, further or higher education or training
The school has a specialist Autism Resource Provision on site that provides 10 places for children with a diagnosis of Autism and an Education, Health, and Care Plan (EHCP) who need enhanced autism-specific support over and above the support we offer our students with SEND in the rest of the school.
Breakfast and After-school Clubs
Our breakfast club runs daily from 7:45-8:30 a.m. on a strict 5-day basis. This means children offered a place will need to attend on all 5 days. You may choose not to send your child on a specific day in the week, however, you will still be charged. Please note places are offered on a first-come-first-serve basis with a limited number of available spaces overall.
At Shoreditch Park Primary School, we want to support working parents by offering after-school care whilst also giving the children an opportunity to take part in fun and engaging activities such as arts and crafts activities, outdoor games, and board games. For the older children, it can be an opportunity to complete homework.
After School Club is facilitated by support staff who work with children during the normal school day. The club operates from our school site which means a smooth transition at the end of the school day. Children also receive a light snack.
To find out more about Breakfast and After-school Clubs at Shoreditch Park please see the information on the schools website here.
Information about support for children with additional needs
School SEN Information Reports
The government has asked schools to provide information about support for children with additional needs in a format called the School SEN Information Report. Special Educational Needs (SEN) Information Reports are intended to tell you the practical day-to-day approach taken within each individual school. They should be written in a way that is helpful, clear, and meaningful for parents. You can find Shoreditch Park's latest SEN Information report and information and policies about the school's approach to supporting students with SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) on the school's website here.
Mental health and wellbeing support
Shoreditch Park Primary School has a School Counsellor and commissions external services including an Educational Psychologist and Place2Be. We have an allocated worker from the Well-being and Mental Health in Schools project (WAMHS) and Mental Health Support Team (MHST); both services work in school for the equivalent of a day every two weeks.
Support for parents and carers
The school regularly runs workshops for parents of pupils with SEND. To find information about this year's parent workshops please check on the schools website here.
Enhanced SEND Provision - The Autism Resource Provision (ARP)
Shoreditch Park School is one of a few schools in Hackney that has a specialist autism resource provision (ARP). This provision has spaces for 10 pupils in total. You can find information about the admission process for pupils to Hackney ARPs here.
Who can I speak to if I need more information?
If you would like to speak to a member of staff about our SEND provision please call the school office on 020 7739 7973 and ask to speak to a member of the Inclusion Team. The school website provides more information about the role of the Inclusion Team can be found here.
SEND Local Offer
- Local Offer Age Bands
- Primary 4 -10
- SEN Provision Type
- Schools SEND Information
Shoreditch Park School SEN Information Report
Who to contact
Where to go
113 Bridport Place
N1 5JNView N1 5JN on a map
Time / Date Details
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- Has immediate vacancies
- 13 vacancies 3-4 years old ( funded spaces accepted)
- What to do if you have a complaint
If you have any feedback for the school, then talk to your child's teacher or the school SENCO.
If you are not happy with their response and feel you need to make a formal complaint you can request a copy of the school complaints procedure.
- Ofsted URN
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