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Westbury Park School is an academy at the heart of the community in north Bristol and provides an education for up to 420 children aged 4-11 years.
The school has places for 60 Reception children and admission is normally in the September following a child’s fourth birthday. In the September following their eleventh birthday the children transfer to secondary schools.
The school is housed in one main building (Years 3, 4 and 5), two pairs of semi-detached Victorian houses (Mendip – Reception, Cotswold – Years 1 and 2) and a two classroom block (Year 6).
There is playground space to allow the Keystage 1 [infant] children and the Keystage 2 [junior] children to play in separate playgrounds. Garden areas have been developed in both playgrounds, providing quiet areas for children at playtimes and lunchtimes. We also make use of Redland Green and the Downs.