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Enfield Learning Trust

Creating foundations for bright futures

Welcome to Grange Park Primary School, where our motto is creating foundations for bright futures. At our school, we foster a nurturing environment where every child is encouraged to find their own voice and grow as a person, while developing a lifelong love for learning. For us, a bright future is not just what children go on to achieve academically, but it’s one where they have high aspirations for themselves, build strong relationships and are happy and confident to follow their own paths. 

While they’re with us, kindness and empathy are important skills children are taught, and we ensure that they learn to prize them as well as their academic achievements. We’re glad that children at Grange Park want to and do make a positive difference to other people’s lives, learning to respect their community and environment, as well as to prioritise wellbeing, both of themselves and of those around them.

We believe that a successful learner is one who is inspired by what they learn, making them more likely to excel and fulfil their potential. During their time at Grange Park, children build on our core values of respect, responsibility and resilience while being encouraged to really engage with their learning, asking questions and problem-solving, both as individuals and as part of teams. We do this through a well-rounded curriculum, which includes creating digitally confident learners, as well as a range of enrichment opportunities, both inside and outside of the classroom.

We’re so proud of what we’ve created as a school, thanks to the wonderful children and staff and our hugely supportive wider community. If you’d like to find out more about it, please do get in touch via our contact us page

Latest News

  • The Big Sing!

    On Monday 23 May, the year 4/5/6 choir took part in ‘The Big Sing’ for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee at St James Church Muswell Hill. Read More
  • Outdoor Classroom Day

    This week, the Year 1 children have been enjoying taking part in Outdoor Classroom Day... Read More
  • People and Places...

    In Year 5 our Geography unit of work is South America. Read More
  • Exploring outside

    In Year 4, as part of our science topic ‘Living things and their habitats,’ we took our learning outdoors to explore.   Read More
  • Addition in Reception

    This week in reception we have been looking at addition. The children have enjoyed creating their own addition stories in order to make a number sentence. Read More

Our Latest Tweets

  • Just posted a photo https://t.co/dyekLsmeXj

  • Yesterday #Year4 #year5 & #year6 choir took part in the Big Sing for the #queensplatinumjubilee at @StJamesMHill church. The children sang their hearts out. They sang a song called 'Rise up and Serve' all about how the Queen has served our country for 70 years. #enfield https://t.co/Rq9jOqhH6D

  • If you own a local business or know someone who does, and can donate a raffle prize for our summer fayre, please get in touch gppsa@hotmail.co.uk #fundraising #enfield Much appreciated as always https://t.co/0HBBjA4SGG

  • #Year4 used the @StoryboardThat to create a storyboard showing Bouddica's rebellion in AD40. Also, look at this photo of the children in Jaguar class taking part in the AOK program to keep our school environment clean! #Sustainability #recycling #enfield #actsofkindess https://t.co/gT0Ql9QJ8w

  • Here are the details of our Summer Fayre on Sunday 3 July, 11am-3pm. For the first time ever all the children in Y1-Y5 will be participating in a dance showcase! Year 6 children will also be running stalls. More details coming soon! #GPPSA #fundraising #enfield https://t.co/Q4gJbjLtMk

  • We have been exploring what #faith means to us in our RE lessons and created art work using our choice of media to represent our ideas...Here is a poem by Toby in Mercury class. #ks2 #enfield https://t.co/O29upTU49x

  • Here is the long-awaited verdict from Ofsted - we are very happy with the outcome! @Ofstednews Click here to view the full report on the school website. #enfield https://t.co/7aJBjiwWqb

  • We have been very excited in Reception as there are #Bluetits nesting in the bird box. The children have been making observational drawings and creating posters reminding people to be careful and quiet around the birds. #nature #birdwatching #Enfield https://t.co/wL9rccxO7T

  • Well done to all our wonderful year 6 children for their efforts in this week's SATs exams. They have been absolute superstars. One more to go!

 

Get In Touch

Address Grange Park Primary School
World's End Lane
Winchmore Hill
London N21 1PP

Telephone 0208 360 1001