Category: Latest News

  • Superb KS2 results again for Heritage Park Primary

    Heritage Park Primary, the school at the heart of our community, has once again achieved superb key stage 2 results with  97% of children achieving Level 4+ in reading, writing and maths compared to the England average of 75%. This puts our school 3rd out of the 54 schools across the city and one of…

  • Heritage Park headteacher chosen for key school support role

    The headteacher and staff at Heritage Park Primary School have been selected for a top role supporting schools in challenging circumstances. Mrs Hepworth-Lavery is one of only 96 headteachers to be appointed to the role of National Leader of Education (NLE) in the latest recruitment round. She will now be invited to the National College for…

  • Governor Mark Award for Heritage Park Primary School

    Heritage Park Primary School governors have again been awarded the Governor Mark Award. One of only a few schools to hold this accolade. It is a kite mark which provides external evaluation of the quality of governance in a school. This is a challenging award. Not only does a governing body need to show that…

  • Burger King Latest – Application Refused

    Residents opposed to the application will now be delighted to know that on hearing all the evidence and considering the weight of local opposition to this application, the planning committee decision today was to refuse permission for the inclusion of a Burger King takeaway in the Horsey Way Service Station because of the likely severe…

  • New Equipment in Park Farm Play Park Opens

    The new play equipment was completed and opened today and it was great to see it swamped by youngsters trying it all out. Additional seating funded from CLF is on its way and will also be in place soon thus completing the project spearheaded by the Southern Area Youth Forum.

  • A great afternoon at the Stanground Family Fun Day

    What a great afternoon the Stanground Family Fun Day turned out to be. Hundreds of local residents turned out to enjoy a lovely day with such attractions as the Starlight Twirlets, Peterborough’s Big Band, fairground rides, slides, zorbs, an exhibition football match involving the Park Farm Pumas and Riverside youth teams and the numerous items…

  • My continued opposition at Full Council to a Regional Freight Interchange for Park Farm & Stanground

    During tonight’s full council meeting councillors were presented with the opportunity to adopt the Peterborough Site Allocations Plan Document which contains a policy identifying the area around Park Farm & Stanground known as Drysides for a Regional Freight Interchange. The document content is in my opinion extremely well researched and written in all other aspects…

  • Heritage Park Primary School is ‘OUTSTANDING’

    As the ward councillor and more personally as the LEA appointed governor, I am so very proud to announce that Heritage Park Primary School has been rated ‘OUTSTANDING’ after our recent Ofsted inspection. I’d like to express my utmost congratulations and thanks to the headteacher, teachers, TA’s, staff, volunteers, children, parents and of course my…

  • Park Farm NHW expelled from the NHW movement

    Residents of Stanground & Park Farm should be aware of the expulsion of Park Farm NHW from the movement early in January 2012 due to continuous unsavoury, inaccurate and libelous website postings aimed at members of the community. After an investigation, the scheme was de-registered and its membership number withdrawn in January 2012 by the…

  • HGV Restriction – Whittlesey Road

    In line with your requests and my pledge to lobby for a weight restriction along Whittlesey Road, I am pleased to be able to report that a Traffic Regulation Order proposal is now out to consultation. The proposal is to impose a 7.5Tonne weight restriction along Whittlesey Road from the new bypass to the fire…