Oakhurst School Swindon - 01793 734754

01793 734754

Oakhurst School Swindon - 01793 734754

01793 734754

 
LATEST NEWS AND EVENTS

Summer Fayre profit - £2500. Thank you for your support.

 

Sports Week 2015

Sports on offer include: Martial Arts, Dance, Boot Camp, Tag Rugby, Football, Archery, Boxing, Tennis, Volleyball, Netball, Boccia, Rounders, Tug of War, Swimming, Cricket, Street Fit and Assault Course. Not to mention Staff v Pupils at Football and Netball.

Dress in sports clothes all week and 'Wonder' colours for sports day.*Year 5/6 require school clothes Monday-Wednesday for the school play.

Click here to see the consultation letter.

 

Sports Day - Thursday 9th July

9.15-11.30pm: Years 3-6

1.15-3.15pm: Reception, Year 1 and Year 2

Children need to wear colours from their ocean.

 

On the last day of term, Friday 17th July, Oakhurst School will close at 2pm.

The After School Club will be open with the following sessions

   2pm - 3.30pm - £4.50

2pm - 5pm - £8.50

  
 
 
 
 "This summer, we are promoting 'personal safety' with our children as part of our PSHE education. The resource we have chosen is from the NSPCC and is called 'PANTS'. It will obviously be delivered very sensitively and in age-appropriate ways. If you would like to explore these messages further, there is much more detail and advice for parents on the NSPCC site. We have also  linked the two main documents here.

 

We are always available for more information if you would like it."

Click here to view the Parent's guide

    

Draycott Sports Camp - Book now for the Summer!

 


Personal Goal 
TERM 6 - Communication and Co-operation

Assembly Focus

Monday: Singing
Tuesday: Personal Goal
Wednesday: In classes
Thursday: News from around the world
Friday: Celebration




 
 
 

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