Wood End Park Academy 

Wood End Park is in the heart of Hayes.

We are proud of the academy’s warm and welcoming atmosphere, and its passionate commitment to academic excellence and care.

We serve families from a wide range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds and are proud of the diversity in our academy.
______________________________________________Come in to school and join Year 4 assembly celebrating Around The World at Easter. Tuesday 24th March at 9.05 - 9.35am._______________________________
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Latest News

View our latest newsletter by clicking here, or going to our 'Newsletters and Letters Home' tab.

Click on our 'Photo Gallery' tab to see how we celebrated Red Nose Day.
Wood End Park win The Park Federation Cross Country Championships 2015! Go to our 'Photo Gallery' section to see photographs of the event, or click here.
As part of the build up to World Book Day the author Pippa Goodhart and Performance Poet, Joshua Seigal, visited the school. You will also be able to see photographs and a video from their visits by clicking on our Photo Gallery tab.

Click on the 'Photo Gallery' tab to see the photographs taken on World Book Day.

What is the Federation's Vision?
The Park Federation is here to serve the whole community and wants all children to enjoy and benefit from a first-class education. Our academies are safe, happy and creative places where excellent behaviour, hard work and ambitious academic standards are prized and nurtured. Every family is welcome, respected and encouraged to play an active part in their children's learning. All children have opportunities to grow in self-belief, express their individuality, and develop the confidence to take the next step in life and their next step in learning. We aim to be a springboard to success!

Dr. Martin Young
Chief Executive

Our Ofsted Report

.....  The majority of pupils learn well and make good and sometimes outstanding progress in reading,  writing and mathematics. Pupils who find reading difficult are well supported so that they make rapid  progress. Pupils have an exemplary attitude towards learning, along with positive relationships between  staff and pupils. There is a calm harmonious, purposeful environment for all pupils to learn.......

OfSTED Inspection - May 2013
Click here to view the full report