The school is now closed due to the Coronavirus. We are open to pupils of keyworkers.

WELCOME TO OAKWOOD JUNIOR SCHOOL
Please click here for a list of website resources you can use during the School Closure. All of the teachers have added a wealth of resources and information to the Class Dojo to enable children to access learning. There are videos too that demonstrate examples. 

Updates during school closure:


05/05/2020
Talking to your Child about Online Safety
09/04/2020
 – If you qualify for free school meals please check the documents below for information and FAQs regarding the voucher service.
                       DfE Free School Meals_Parent & Carer FAQs
                      
DfE Free School Meals Voucher Service Privacy Notice
03/04/2020How to Support your Child at Home
02/04/2020Let’s Get Cooking! – Check out Chartwells Super Yummy Kitchen on YouTube Here
19/03/2020Coronavirus letter March 17th

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Medicspot is calling all primary school children to share their creative ideas to help encourage frequent hand washing – the best way to keep yourself and others safe from coronavirus. Find out how you can enter and win £500 for Oakwood Junior School here: www.medicspot.co.uk/handwash

On behalf of everyone at Oakwood Junior School we would like to welcome you to our website.

Vision Statement
To celebrate excellence and achievement in ALL that WE do.

Aims for pupils
Oakwood Junior School promotes high achievement and learning by working with children to:-

  • become highly motivated to learn with an enquiring mind and a spirit of curiosity
  • try their best to achieve high standards in all areas of the curriculum
  • have high self-esteem by respecting and working well with others
  • take pride in their work and be able to work independently and collaboratively
  • look after their school and those in it – respecting themselves and the environment.

Mrs Atwal – Head Teacher



 
 

Ofsted Feedback

The school is a bright and welcoming place where pupils make good progress and achieve well. Teachers plan interesting and enjoyable lessons and the school offers an excellent variety of activities to enrich pupils' learning.
 
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