Welcome to the Parkview Primary School Website.


Developing happy, healthy, confident and articulate learners is at the heart of everything we do at Parkview Primary School. From the first steps in the School Nursery or Reception Class, right through to Year 6, we focus on developing the life skills of our pupils, as well as their academic ability.

We pride ourselves on the happy family atmosphere, and the stimulating learning environment in which friendships flourish and pupils achieve. We provide the excellent standard of education our pupils deserve, and a warm mix of experiences that enrich their daily learning.

Our commitment to the pursuit of excellence is demonstrated by the dedication and hard work of everyone involved in the School teaching and support staff, pupils, parents, governors and community groups.

Parents and pupils who wish to join us for a visit to experience the learning environment at first hand will be very welcome.


Jane Calladine - Executive Headteacher

Marie Jarvis - Acting Headteacher

School Info

Latest News

  • 2016 RESULTS 28-09-2016

    2016 Key Stage Two SATs results Age Related Expectations for Parkview’s Year 6 (National) and difference: Reading 76% (66%) +10%; Maths 97%(74%) +27%; Grammar 90% (72%) +18%; Combined 66% (53%) +13%

  • 2016 RESULTS 28-09-2016

    2016 Key Stage 1 results: Y2 Children achieving Age Related Expectations and Age Related Expectations + Teacher Assessments: ARE Reading 87% , ARE+ 47%; ARE Writing 67%, ARE+ 20%; ARE Maths 87%, ARE+ 37%

  • 2016 RESULTS 28-09-2016

    2016 Y1 Phonics Check Achieved: 87% (National Average 77%) 2016 Y2 Phonics Check Achieved:100% (NationalAverage 90%)

  • 2016 RESULTS 28-09-2016

    2016 RESULTS: Foundation Stage: Parkview Pupils achieving a Good Level of Development:83%  (National Average 72%)

  • Musical Triumph at the Guild Hall! 27-04-2016

    Congratulations go to the Parkview Musical Club for their outstanding production of Olivia on the Guild Hall stage last night.  Every single performer gave of their best, and the result was widely commended as Parkview’s best ever performance!  The audience was bowled over!  Well done everyone!  Many thanks to Miss Hutton and Mrs Powell for directing and supporting the cast, and to parents for your continued support.


    We are very proud of Miss Hutton!  After many months of hard work, she has successfully completed the National Award for Special Educational Needs Coordination, and has received a ‘High Commendation’.  Congratulations, Miss Hutton!  Thank you for working so hard for the pupils of Parkview. You are a great role model to everyone!

  • Joseph Wright Exhibition 25-11-2015

    A wide range of fascinating lessons in art, science, history and writing based around a picture called ‘The Orrery’  have resulted in our super Joseph Wright of Derby ‘Take One Picture’ Exhibition.  Pupils of every class, from Nursery to Year 6, created peices for display.  Councillor Frank Harwood joined Parkview families and friends at our viewing this half term, and there were many compliments about the high standard of work and the attractive displays.  Thank you to everyone who visited the exhibition.

  • Super-successful Macmillan Coffee Morning! 03-10-2015

    Once again Parkview families have supported our fund-raising efforts in great number!  Many thanks to everyone who donated cakes, came along to our Parkview Macmillan Cafe to buy refreshments, or served tea and coffee.  Thanks also go to the pupils of Years 5 and 6 and their teachers for organising the whole event.  You have all helped to raise over £600 for the Macmillan Charity!

  • Amazing Summer Fayre 07-07-2015

    AN ENORMOUS THANK YOU to everyone involved with the Parkview Primary Summer Fayre last Friday!  If you helped by organising, donating things, setting up, taking down, running a stall or spending your money, you helped to raise a massive £2059.67!

  • More great sports news! 25-03-2015

    Parkview Primary’s Tag Rugby team reached the semi-finals and our Netball Team reached the quarter-finals of their respective Derby City SSP competitions this term for Years 5 and 6.  Congratulations to everyone who took part!

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