*Thursday 5th July – Year 9 Bands Perform at The Junction for BANDSTRAVAGANZA – Doors Open at 7pm* *Monday 9th July – Arts Festival*

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5 June 2018

Summer Reading Challenge Volunteers
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5 June 2018

Summer Reading Challenge Volunteers

Today at Parkside we welcomed a member of staff from the Cambridge Central Library. They came to promote the Summer Reading Challenge volunteers. This is a great opportunity for pupils to build confidence, develop transferable skills, and become reading ambassadors.

Parkside Students, if you are interested come to the Library, Mrs Cano has application forms for you! We also have information about reading groups for Teens.

5 June 2018

Interview with Assistant Headteacher, Mrs McGowan
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5 June 2018

Interview with Assistant Headteacher, Mrs McGowan

Assistant Headteacher, Mrs Helen McGowan, was interviewed by our Librarian about all things Parkside Library and more. Questions include “Do you prefer fiction or non-fiction books?”, “What is it like to teach English?” and “What are the highlights of being Head of KS3?”.

25 May 2018

Daniel Zeichner Visits Parkside
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25 May 2018

Daniel Zeichner Visits Parkside

We were delighted to welcome our MP, Daniel Zeichner, to Parkside today. He spoke to one of our Year 9 classes about the project that they have been doing in their Individuals and Societies lessons regarding political parties. He was very impressed with the radicalism of some our students! Watch a video clip of Daniel Zeichner’s talk on our Facebook page: @ParksideFed

23 May 2018

Life Water – Cucina Projects
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23 May 2018

Life Water – Cucina Projects

Cucina sell water bottles from Life Water at Coleridge, Parkside and Trumpington as one of their ‘Cucina Projects’. Through their sales, Cucina have funded 3 clean water projects and have helped to give nearly 3.500 people clean drinking water.

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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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