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On behalf of our children, staff and governors, it is a pleasure to welcome you to our website.


Parkhill Infants’ School is a caring, inclusive and dynamic school with the highest expectations and aspirations for each and every one of our children.


We are a large Infant school and nursery tucked away in Clayhall in the London Borough of Redbridge. We are fortunate to have a fantastic site with lots of green, open space and a great outdoor learning environment.


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  • "The school and the staff are amazing.  Feels like home.  My children love it, well done Parkhill!"
    Parent of Y2 and Reception children

  • "I feel Mrs Teague and all the team have really transformed the school immensely. It was always good, but now it's exceptional."
    Year 2 Parent

  • "The curriculum at Parkhill Infants' School powerfully and creatively meets the needs of the children, providing them with language, knowledge and skills to take advantage of the opportunities provided, and prepares them exceptionally well for the next stage in their education."
    Local Authority Review, 2022

  • " I think the teachers do a fantastic job with the children.  My child is motivated to learn, enjoys school very much and is enthusiastic about everything they learn - thank you!"
    Reception Parent

  • "Keep up the great work. The environment and culture at Parkhill is amazing."             Year 1 Parent

  • "I am very happy with the progress that my child has made.  I have seen the hard work and efforts the staff have gone to in making positive changes.
    Year 1 Parent

Our Values

The values we learn at Parkhill Infants' School help shape the  values we take into the wider  world, both now and in the future.

  • Be Kind
  • Be Respectful
  • Be Resilient
  • Be Curious
  • Be Proud
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Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. Everyone who comes into contact with children and families has a role to play. In order to fulfil this responsibility effectively, all professionals should make sure their approach is child-centred. This means that they should consider, at all times, what is in the best interests of the child. If children and families are to receive the right help at the right time, everyone who comes into contact with them has a role to play, sharing information and taking prompt action.

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