Ofsted

 

Quote from the latest inspection

“The school is a bright and welcoming place. Pupils show respect for the building and grounds. They know that one of the school’s values is ‘We look after our school and those in it’, and they pay close attention to this. Pupils make good progress and achieve well. Standards in reading, writing and mathematics have improved since the previous inspection.
Teachers plan interesting and enjoyable activities that help pupils to make good progress. The school helps pupils to develop a love of reading. There is a wide range of books for pupils to choose from and they are keen to talk about their favourites. Pupils’ behaviour is good. They work very well together in lessons, supporting each other and talking enthusiastically about their learning.”

View (January 2014) Oakwood Junior School Ofsted Report here
Letter to parents and carers re latest inspection here

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  • November
  • 6th - 10th - Book Fair
  • 7th - 8th - Parents Evening
  • 8th - Smoothie bike
  • 14th - Basketball - Noel Baker 3:30pm
  • 15th - Jeff Rich drum workshop
  • 17th - Children in Need Day (£1 suggested donation)
  • 20th - Gymnastics Coaching 3:30pm
  • 20th - Basketball WOW day (yr 5 & 6)
  • 21st - BCyberwise E-Safety Workshop Yr5
  • 22nd - BCyberwise E-Safety Workshop Yr6
  • 24th - Inset Day
  • 28th - Holocaust Centre Trip
  • December
  • 4th - Flu immunisations (yr 3 & 4)
  • 6th - Christmas Fair - afterschool
  • 12th - School Theatre trip Peter Pan
  • 13th - Xmas Jumper Day (£1 suggested donation)
  • 15th - Mayan Day (yr5)
  • 19th - Church 11am (parents are invited, meet at church)
  • January
  • 3rd - INSET Day
  • calendar