Stocklake Park Community School

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Stocklake Park Community School
Type Special School
Headteacher Mr Ron Westwood
Location Aylesbury
England England
Coordinates: 51°49′11″N 0°48′14″W / 51.8196°N 0.8040°W / 51.8196; -0.8040
Local authority Buckinghamshire
DfE URN 110581 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 65
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–19

Stocklake Park Community School, (formerly known as Park School), is a co-educational special school in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. It is a community school, which takes children from the age of 11 through to the age of 19. The school has approximately 65 pupils. [1]

The school caters for children with severe and multiple learning difficulties. Prior to 2007 the school also catered for children of primary school age.

Charitable Connection[edit]

Park School is notable in that in 1983 it received a donation of a minibus, raised from funds from a golf match. The organisers of this golf match were English rugby supporters who had watched England win the Wooden Spoon in the 1983 Five Nations Championship. They went on to found the Wooden Spoon Society which in 2007 is now a major charity in the UK and Ireland, raising funds for disadvantaged children and young people.


  1. ^ "Schools Directory". Buckinghamshire County Council. Retrieved 2006-10-13. 

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