Welcome to Horn Park

NHS test track & trace/booking a test

DfE Overview of Scientific Advice

Compass Coronavirus Frequently Asked Questions for Parents

The Compass Essentials Curriculum

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Update 07.07.20

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Update 10.06.20
Covid-19 (Coronavirus Update 05.06.20
Covid-19 (Coronavirus Update 29.05.20
Covid-19 (Coronavirus Update 22.05.20
Covid-19 (Coronavirus Update 14.05.20
Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Update - 11.05.20
Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Update - 22.4.20
Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Update - 19.3.20

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) General Guidance and Resources

Managing the risk of COVID-19 – five steps to safer working together

Key Worker List and Guidance

Free School Meals Guidance

Guidance on staying at home and away from others


Horn Park Primary School is a unique and diverse learning community that provides the best possible support in enabling pupils to achieve their best. Pupils and staff are highly motivated and firmly believe in learning together, in partnership with families.

Children are at the centre of all we do at Horn Park. We are a values based community who strive to ensure we develop the education of the whole child.  Our curriculum is designed to foster curiosity and creativity, to develop motivation and habits that encourage our children to be life long learners.

Horn Park is an inclusive school. Personalised learning ensures we meet the needs of all children and enables them to reach their full potential. Children at Horn Park feel safe, happy and achieve well.

We value the close relationships that have developed with our local community and listen to the views of both our children and families. We hold regular coffee mornings and survey our parents. Pupil voice is important at Horn Park. We have an active school council which acts as a forum for exploring children’s ideas for school development.

We are part of The Compass Partnership of Schools, an innovative and forward-thinking group of schools comprising of Alderwood, Deansfield, Halstow, Horn Park, South Rise, Willow Dene and Wingfield.  In July 2017, we converted to multi-academy trust status, further strengthening and securing our unique partnership. The Partnership offers immense opportunities to develop the quality of provision, sharing of good practice and professional growth.

We welcome visitors, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to visit our school.