Alexandra Park Primary School

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"Alexandra Park Primary is a Beacon which other schools would do well to follow." David Broadhurst, MMU
“Parents praise the ‘unfaltering enthusiasm’ of the staff and the high-quality, well-rounded education that their children receive.” Ofsted
“The progress pupils make is as strong as in some of the best schools in the country.” Ofsted
"Pupils respond well to the caring atmosphere in the school. They relate well to each other, to staff and to any visitors to the school." Ofsted 2019
"An impressive aspect of the school is the natural, unforced politeness that pupils show towards each other." Ofsted 2019
"Staff have high aspirations for the children in their care." Ofsted 2019
"I was very impressed by your attitude to learning. In all the classes I visited you appeared to be enjoying your lessons." Director of Education Services
"What impressed me most is your Science Laboratory. I have never seen a Science Laboratory in a primary school." Director of Education Services
"Couldn't possibly ask for more, thank you to everyone in the school, for everything you and they do." Parent
"Both my children have thrived at Alexandra Park" Parent
Care, Aspire, Achieve
We are clear in our ambition for each child to achieve their full potential and feel valued as an individual.
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Y5 Races
Year 5 have recently completed a design technology project in which the children designed and made wheeled vehicles to take part in a race. They investigated triangulation as a way of strengthening st...
Young Gardeners
Reception have really enjoyed planting vegetables with the help of our Governor Hannah Matthews. The children have taken great 'Care' of the vegetables since planting and are observing them daily and ...
Lockdown Learning
We were incredibly proud of all of our children during the partial school closures. The children at home blew us away with there efforts. Here are just a few examples of their amazing work. 
Lean on Me
Year 4 have spent the last 3 week working on a project all about being there to support each other. We incorporated dance, music and art and put together a video as our final piece. The children are r...
Operation Christmas Child
Every year, the charity Samaritans Purse collect shoeboxes full of gifts for children in need around the world. The idea is that you fill a shoebox with a selection of toys, hygiene products and schoo...
World Kindness Day
On World Kindness Day 2020, John Lewis launched their annual Christmas advert. To continue our long running partnership with the local store in Cheadle, Year 4 were invited to enter a competition to d...
Elf Take Over!
The elves took over Alexandra Park Primary today and brought all of the children an elf breakfast! We were all so surprised to see pancakes, marshmallows, whipped cream and chocolate sauce masterpiece...
Autumn Birthdays Bonanza!
We all know how important a good birthday party is! This year we have decided that we will hold a monthly birthday party for the children in every year group who celebrate their birthday that month. O...
Celebrating Christmas in Style
Reception and Key Stage 1 thoroughly enjoyed putting on our Christmas Shows for you! They performed with such confidence and excitement.  Many thanks for helping us to raise funds for the upcoming cha...
Walk, Talk and Create
In Reception we had lots of fun during Walk, Talk and Create. We invited our parents and grandparents in to help us with transient art. Look at how creative we are!
Anti Bullying Week 2018
The theme for Anti-Bullying Week 2018 was Choose Respect. We held an Odd Socks Day for Anti-Bullying Week on Monday 12th November. The aim was to help children to understand: The definition of respec...
Y5 Trip to Weaver Hall
Year 5 recently visited Weaver Hall Workhouse and Museum to learn more about the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings. We met a Viking called Olaf, who told us about a Viking trader’s travels, the precious goods ...
Reception Pedal Day
Reception enjoyed their first Pedal Day recently and also experienced Farmyard Day. We welcomed parents in to share the fun and the children and staff dressed up as their favourite farmyard animal and...
Greenwood
We are delighted to announce the opening of our new Calm Zone in the KS2 playground. It did not take much deliberation to decide that this area should be named "Greenwood" after one of our very specia...
Stay and Read
Stay and Read happens every Wednesday morning from 8.40am to 9.10am for Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. There is no need to sign up, simply come along and read with your children. We look forward to see...
Able Writers Workshop
Recently some of our children were treated to a workshop by author Colin R Parsons. The children got to write a story with Colin and they got to find out what it was like to become a real author! All ...
School Trips
We pride ourselves on the range of school trips we offer the children at Alexandra Park Primary. This half term we have been to The Lowry Art Gallery, Crocky Trail, Reddish Vale Farm, Morrisons, Stock...
Festival on the Field
On Sunday 1st July the KS2 choir were invited to sing at The Festival on the Field, at the Fairway Primary School in Offerton. This is an annual event showcasing all the musical talent in Stockport. T...
Summer Fair
The Summer Fair was yet again a great success. Monies counted so far total over £2,500. The money raised will be used to support our Science Lab and future playground improvements. Thank you to all wh...
Dodgeball
On Tuesday 19th June, our dodgeball team won the Legacy Games for the Stockport area! This is the first time in Alexandra Park history that we have won this league. Winning means that our fantastic te...
Reception News
This week Reception enjoyed planting and improving the school grounds for Green Week and loved their visit with Andrew from Animal Intuition. He taught the children (and adults) lots of interesting fa...
Community Links
David from St. Matthew's Church is a regular visitor to school to deliver assemblies. This month he came to talk to some of the children about special places of worship and taught them some new songs....
Y5 Residential Trip
The Y5 residential trip to The Anderton Centre was a great success and the weather was beautiful. The children took part in canoeing, jumped in the very cold reservoir, had a walk to the castle and ev...
Y4 Residential Trip
The Y4 children had a fabulous time at The Anderton Centre on their residential trip. They took part in canoeing, archery, low ropes, crate challenges and enjoyed a campfire toasting marshmallows and ...