“Our vision is nothing less than realising the full potential of every single student at Murray Park.” “At Murray Park we will enrich the lives of our students through a focus on learning and a diverse curriculum delivered by inspirational staff. We aim to be an outstanding school, fulfilling the aspirations of the local community.”

Students are friendly and well mannered - OFSTED 2014

At Murray Park we believe that there are many factors which contribute to a successful and happy secondary school experience. We believe every child is entitled to high quality teaching and learning, with a curriculum tailored to meet their individual needs. We also aim to provide a range of enrichment activities and strive for excellence in pastoral care in order to meet students' needs beyond the formal curriculum. We have a track record of excellence in all of these areas.

 Murray Park is celebrating some fabulous, well-earned results. Results which represent the outcome of a great deal of hard work and commitment from both students and staff.

Overall, the percentage of pupils gaining A*-C grades including English and maths stands at 51%.  We are so proud of our students and what they have achieved.

We are keen to emphasise that the number of students making excellent progress in the key areas of English and maths is very high this year, meaning that regardless of ability the vast majority of youngsters have achieved or exceeded national expectations.

These results are an excellent platform on which to build and the staff and governors continue to be fully committed to securing the very best possible outcomes for each and every students at Murray Park both now and in the future.

 Parent Governor Vacancy – Click Here for more details. Deadline Wednesday 29th March at 3:30pm.

 Check out our Latest Newsletter; February 2017: Click Here


Learner of the Week

Eleanor, 8SA

Since joining Murray Park in November, Eleanor has worked really hard. She regularly contributes to class discussions, produces well thought out written work and makes a real effort with homework. Her latest piece of homework was to draw or make a model of a Holocaust Memorial. The memorial model that Eleanor has produced is outstanding and can now be seen on display in main reception.


Upcoming Events

Date Event
Fri 31st March Y8 & Y9 Girls HPV Vaccinations
Tues 4th April Y7 Parents' Evening
Fri 7th April Break up for Easter
Mon 24th April Return to School

 School Closing/Openings highlighted in bold.