SCHOOL CLOSURE Monday 4th February
4 February 2019
We are very sorry for the decision that Park View Primary School is now closed for the day (Monday 4th February). I thought the rain would wash the snow away but in fact it has made the pavements like an ice rink. I personally have almost slipped over and the risk of serious injury getting to school is too high. Again I would like to apologise for the several changes of decision. It is very difficult to know what is best to do. Mrs Danielle Owens
LATE OPENING Monday 4th February
3 February 2019
Park View Primary will open at 10.20 am with registration at 10.30 am on Monday 4th February. This is to make the site safe for everyone. Please use the main reception, the old Infant reception or Year R classroom entrances only. Thank you.
SCHOOL CLOSED Friday 1st February
1 February 2019
Due to the severe weather warning issued for our region, we will be closed today, Friday 1st February. This is to ensure the health and safety of our pupils, staff and parents, particularly on their journeys to and from school. This decision has not been taken lightly but the safety of our pupils, families and staff is our priority.
6 December 2018
Bailey Brooks - wins books for the school
Year 5/6 Netball League
13 November 2018
Park View Primary entered our first mixed (gender) competitive year 5 and 6 Netball league this school year and played our first competitive fixture on Tuesday the 13th of November against Kings Furlong Junior School. This was the first time that the team had played together in any competitive matches against another school and we went thinking we would just do our best, see how well we did and see what we need to improve. Against a confident Kings Furlong team we started off strong scoring 2 early points. We had lots of shots and kept possession of the ball with good passing, playing well as a team and just kept developing in confidence throughout the game to comfortably win our first game 4 - 1. Well done year 5 and 6! Player of the Match: Lucy (Yr6)
11 November 2018
On Sunday 11th November, our Head boy and Head girl laid a Remembrance Wreath on behalf of the school, at the War Memorial in Basingstoke.
6 November 2018
Our New Library Is Now Open
Year 5/6 Tag Rugby League
16 October 2018
On Tuesday the 16th of October year 5 and 6 competed once again in our yearly Rugby League Fixtures against Kempshott Junior school, St Annes Primary and Kings furlong Juniors. Growing from our slow start last time and good practice at training we started off strong, beating Kempshott and getting an automatic win against St Annes. In our third match, after a very hard fought game that was end to end we unfortunately lost 3 - 2. Great improvement and hard work all round from the whole team and going from strength to strength. Player of the Match: Ashdon
12 October 2018
On Friday 12th October Mrs Duke arranged for a visit for the KS2 children from the Anvil. The Panto Roadshow arrived and gave the children an utter treat. The actors introduced the children to lots of information on pantomimes with lots of comedy and jokes attached. It was an absolute pleasure to see the children giggle and enjoy themselves. The panto roadshow also discussed about the new pantomime this year at the Anvil called, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs with Tracey Beaker star, Dani Harmer. Thank you to Flis Pitman from the Anvil for thinking of the school for this treat.
25 September 2018
Park View Primary School does not hold Open Days on set dates. Instead we welcome you to come and visit at a time and date that suits you. If you would like to come and have a visit please contact our admin team on 01256 322616 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you!
Year 4/5 Football Tournament
17 September 2018
On Monday 17th of September Year 4 and 5 participated in the schools first football tournament of the season. Due to us only being back at school a couple of weeks and the team not having played together before, we started slowly with 2 - 1 defeat. From this moment on, we picked ourselves up and through good resilience and determination we managed to win our next group stage game 1 - 0. From there we went from strength to strength comfortably winning our way through the group games to the knock out stages. Unfortunately, we lost in the semi finals to the eventual tournament winners! This put us into a hard fought 3rd and 4th place play off final against our first opponent. This time however the result was different, we battled strongly and managed to win the game 1 - 0. Out of a tournament of 16 school teams in Basingstoke, we managed to end up 3rd! Well done Year 4 and 5! Player of the match: Lewis
Parent Consultation Letter - Change of School Finish time
27 June 2018
Proposed change to school finish time - Have Your Say.