• Warmley Park School


Following on from our “Good” Ofsted inspection in September 2013, we are continuing to build on our achievements. Pupil progress remains strong and we are working on overcoming barriers to learning through personalised interventions.

We are now focussing on developing communication for every pupil with a training package for staff, and individual communication strategies identified. This will ensure that every pupil can have an effective communication strategy at all times.

I invite parents and carers to join me, Ellie Goodson, or the leadership team on a Friday morning at 9am for “Time at 9” which is an informal opportunity to meet each week  to have a discussion about any relevant issues. This is an open invitation to all of the school community.

Prospective parents and professionals who would like to arrange a visit to the school can contact us via the school office on 01454 867272 or by email, school@warmleyparkschool.org.uk.

Please read our newsletters to find out about what is happening at Warmley Park School.

Lisa Parker - Headteacher

Warmley Park is a school that has an open and child centred culture which affords pupils dignity and a sense of self-worth.   Our school is an inclusive, safe, happy, vibrant and inspiring place for pupils to learn.

Pupils experience a curriculum which offers the opportunity to develop individual potential and self-esteem through communication, personal, social and academic skills and access to the National Curriculum.  Pupils also have robust experiences of their environment and community in order to develop awareness, sense of belonging and citizenship.

We have developed a committed, dedicated and enthusiastic teaching and support team who are determined to provide the best possible education for our pupils through developing a wide and varied range of opportunities to broaden both their school and life experiences.

Governors are engaged, actively involved and very supportive of the school and its forward-thinking leadership team; we work closely and cooperatively together.

Governors, staff, parents, carers, pupils and a host of outside agencies are rightly proud of the achievements that have been made and we continuously seek to maintain and develop our ethos and values even further, and continue to develop and grow within every aspect of our work.

Should you have any queries or comments which you would like to bring to the attention of Governors, please do not hesitate to do so via the school office.

Daniel Wood – Chair of Governors