Oakhurst School Swindon - 01793 734754

01793 734754

Oakhurst School Swindon - 01793 734754

01793 734754

Our teaching and learning follows the International Primary Curriculum 


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Oakhurst Newsletter 103

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The Oakhurst Buzz Issue 1

Teacher Training Days 1st / 2nd September - Call 07581045845

We are trying to make the biggest loom band for
Prospect Hospice because we would like to
help others in the future.


Circuit Classes #ParentsGetActive

Summer Reading Challenge


One Europe, Many Cultures

Click on the logo to view our project
here to access the latest Comenius presentation to parents

Personal Goal 
TERM 6 - Adaptability

Assembly Focus
TERM 5 & 6
Country theme
Monday: Singing
Tuesday: Commonwealth and World Cup
Wednesday: In classes
Thursday: News from around the world
Friday: Celebration


Upcoming Events


    Ethan (Year 3) has now moved up to Stage 5 in swimming. Mam, Dad and Jazz are very proud 

    Jamie (Year 3) has just returned from his first ice hockey tournament in
    Sheffield where he scored two goals. He has also been selected to play for the
    Swindon Wildcats Ice Hockey Academy under 10's team and the under 12's team.
    His parents are so proud of him for his amazing effort and achievements.

    Harry in Cardiff learned to cycle his bike without stabilisers this week. Well done Harry :)

    Mikey (Year 4) has passed his archery assessment with Buscot Park Archery club on Monday
    14th. He is now a qualified archer! Well done Mikey!

    Daniel (Year 3)  has received the Coaches Player of the
    season and Parents Player of the season trophies from FC Abbey Meads along with
    the whole team each receiving a trophy of respect awarded by North Wiltshire
    FC. We are all so proud of you Daniel, love Mum, Dad and Bethan.

    Ellie has passed her Grade 5 swimming certificate and achieved her 25m swimming badge. Mum, Dad and brother Logan are
    very proud of her!

    Ciaran  (Year 6) was awarded players player for season 2013/14 at Swindon Ice 
    Hockey Academy :)

    Ciaran (Year 6) was awarded players player for season 2013/14 at Swindon Ice
    Hockey Academy :)

    On the final night of Darts Club, Tommy (Year 3) was the only junior member invited
    to play on the main stage, against a professional darts player. He took on
    former world finalist and played with great skill, although
    narrowly losing out. A very proud moment for Tommy and his family!

    Sam (year 3) was awarded Beaver of the year at the recent scout AGM for 1st Swindon sea
    scouts.  His lodge also won lodge of the year.

    Jamie (year 5) received his Chief Scout silver award, which is the highest award for cubs.  He also made me
    very proud by taking other cubs out for a sail on his own.

    Congratulations to Katie L (Year 6) who became under 13 Wiltshire Champion at discus.
    Katie threw a PB at Tidworth at the Wiltshire County Athletic Championship. Fantastic effort!

    Well done to Finley (Year 3) for being awarded Manager's Player of the Year in his football team 

    Well done to Sophie (Year 5) for being selected for the county swimming finals.

    Oscar (Year 2) won a gold medal for his age category at the Swindon
    School of Gymnastics Club Competition.

     Emily (Reception) won a silver medal for her age category at the Swindon School of Gymnastics Club

    Olwyn (Paris Yr 2) passed her level 9 gymnastics badge at Esprit. The whole family are very

    Cara (Year 2) competed in her first Rhythmic Gymnastics competition, which was held in Oxford.
    She performed a Rope routine and came 1st place! All of her family and her coaches are extremely
    proud of her! 

    Josie learnt how to ride her bike without 
    stabilisers over the half term. She was very determined and kept practicing 
    all day! 

    Over the holidays Matilda learnt 
    what 'Race for life' was all about. We couldn't take part but she really wanted 
    to do her bit so asked if she could sell some cake to raise money. The 
    girls worked together and planned it all; choosing recipes, making posters and 
    then baking cakes. Each baked and decorated their own cake choices. They 
    baked 60 cakes in total and sold them to friends and neighbors. They sold the 
    entire lot! And raised a whopping £53! I am so proud of them for working 
    so hard and getting a great result. They will now be writing letters to send 
    in with the money. 

    Rachel (Year 6) won the principal's achievement  award at 
    stagecoach when she sang Over The Rainbow at the end of term talent show. 

    Mollie ran 5k today for race for life in aid of her Nanny & Grampy. Mummie was very proud,
    she ran the whole way and clocked a fab time of 38 mins!! 
    Well done Mollie we are very proud xxxx

    Amelie (Year 3) took part in Danzone "lets dance" show at the 
    Wyvern Theatre doing Tap and Zumba. Mum, Dad and the family are super 

     Mia (Year 2) ran the Race For Life on Sunday 1st June 
    & raised lots of money for Cancer research! She ran almost all the way. Mum, 
    dad & sister are very proud, well done Mia!! 

    Evie ran Race For Life with her mummy on 1st June .....we raised £425 for
    cancer research ! Well done Evie, your family are very, very proud of you :)

    Daisy (Year 6) played for Swindon Hockey club and the team came 3rd . She
    also received a medal for her contribution to the club. Well done Daisy and all
    the other girls at Oakhurst who play for Swindon hockey.

    Debbie (Year 4) ran a 2.4k run in Welford and Wickham run. Well done!

    Harvey (Year 4) received player of the year for his rugby with Swindon Rugby
    club. Mum and Dad are very proud.

    Emilia (Year 2) received her Level 4 gymnastics award. Mum and Dad are
    very proud.

    Olivia (Year 5) passed her silver level ice skating and is now on gold. Big
    congratulations to her!

    Mollie (Year 2) sailed a boat up and down the Thames from Lechlade to
    Buscot and back. Her family were relieved they stayed dry too!

    Madeleine (Year 2) moved up to swimming level 5. Mum and Dad are very

    Lydia (Year 1) was christened and enjoyed a very special day!

    Kai spent 3 hours working incredibly hard to pass his 2nd Taekwondo black
    belt. Well done Kai, we are all so proud of you.

    Eliza (Year 5) plays for Lawn netball club. They won u11b league for the year and the Hi5
    tournament at the weekend

    Jamie (Year 6) was commended in cycling proficiency for his outstanding
    behaviour! Well done, we are all very proud of you

    Isobel (Year 2) can now canter independently on her pony!

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Ofsted December 2013

"This is a good school...Pupils make good and sometimes outstanding progress from their starting points...The development of pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding is a significant strength and helps them to become sensitive young people who are a credit to their school...Pupils’ behaviour is exemplary at all times. They try their hardest in lessons and this helps them to learn well...The range of subjects and activities offered by the school is interesting and, as a result, pupils really enjoy their learning". Ofsted