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19 July 2018

Parkside GCSE Results Day
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19 July 2018

Parkside GCSE Results Day

The GCSE results day for this year is Thursday 23rd August 2018. The collection point for examination results will be Parkside Learning Centre, between 10am and 12 noon.

All candidates will be asked to sign for their results on collection, however, if they need to nominate another person to collect results on their behalf, parents/ guardians should inform the Exams Office via e-mail pks-exams@parksidefederation.org.uk or letter by no later than Friday 29th June 2018.

The nominated person will be required to show proof of identity on collection of the results. The examinations office cannot accept nominations for third party collection over the telephone and any uncollected results will automatically be posted to the student’s home address.

If any candidate would prefer to have their results posted to an alternative address or emailed instead, please can you inform the Exams Office by no later than Friday 29th June 2018.

Details of remarks, the costs and how these are submitted to each board will be included with the results statements.

11 July 2018

Parkside Head Students Announced
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11 July 2018

Parkside Head Students Announced

Mr Crane, Assistant Headteacher KS4, is pleased to announce, the Parkside Community College, Head Students for the 2018/19 academic year, are Sarah Khurram and Dusty Morrison. They will be assisted in their duties by Deputy Head Students Matilde Abreu and Eve Sherratt-Cross.

10 July 2018

Arts Fest 2018
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10 July 2018

Arts Fest 2018

On Monday the 9th July we held our annual Parkside Federation Academies (PFA) Arts Fest at Coleridge. The event is designed to bring together a large number of students from across the PFA schools, in a celebration of the Arts – music, drama, dance, art, singing, and all manner of mixtures of these disciplines!

Mr Mark Patterson, Headteacher of Coleridge, said “I was privileged to be here on Monday evening and what I saw reminded me (if ever I needed reminding) of the power of schooling to enrich the lives of young people. The feat of organisation alone that is required to pull off such an ambitious event on one school site is extraordinary – dozens of individual performances, over 500 students taking part, over a thousand families with us on the evening, the multiple venues and performances happening simultaneously… I do not believe that in any other school or multi-academy trust in the UK would you find such an event! It was extraordinary. And it didn’t just remind me of the transformative power of Arts education, it made me feel very proud.”

Mr Adrian Kidd, Headteacher of Trumpington, said “Trumpington Community College students, along with all others, smashing it at the Arts Fest ‘18. Amazing performances: hugely inspiring to see all our young people performing with such professionalism. 110%.”

We would like to thank all of the families that came along to support the event and, of course, every student that took part – you were all amazing!

9 July 2018

Year 9 Great Debate
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9 July 2018

Year 9 Great Debate

Well done to East House for securing the inter-house debating trophy for another year!

This annual tradition saw representative from each house battle each other with words and rhetoric on motions involving the ways politicians use social media for political campaigning and whether the future developments of A.I. will cause us more harm than good.

The trophy was presented by David Adamson from the Rotary Club.

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Who we are

Parkside is an outstanding school.  Our aim is for all students to make excellent academic progress, to engage fully in school life, and to become well-rounded and caring individuals. We are relatively small communities of learners, which means that all students are known and looked after. Students and staff have close relationships based on high expectations and mutual respect.

Parkside’s GCSE results are among the very best in the region for both attainment and progress. They are also at the top in comparison with other similar schools nationally. Almost all students go on to their sixth form centre of choice.

Jodh Dhesi
Head Teacher

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