We have a Learning Support Assistant Vacancy - please see our Vacancies page for further details.
Message from Chair of Governors
Dear Parents and Carers,
I am pleased to inform you that Alice Jones has agreed to take over as head of the school until such time that a permanent head is appointed.
In the short term she will be supported by Liz Lawley and Ann Morrit as part-time Executive Principals. Liz is an experienced head teacher and qualified Ofsted inspector, latterly she has been working at St John’s Primary School. This situation will remain for the rest of this academic year and BDAT and the Governors will seek to appoint a permanent head with effect from September 2019.
(Chair of Governors)
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE HOCKEY TEAM!
We have qualified for the The Bradford Finals to be held in Feb at Hanson Academy. We're so proud of you.
Congratulations to our Year 5 Boys Team and 3 individual runners who have qualified for the West Yorkshire schools Cross Country Finals to be held on Wed 06th March at Temple Newsam. Well Done!!
Latest Cross Country Results and Photos:
Welcome from the Headteacher
At Oxenhope Church of England Primary School we strive for excellence in everything we do and value the whole child by providing much more than just an academic education.
Challenge – We provide a safe environment for risk taking where open ended tasks, questioning and making mistakes are all encouraged as effective ways of learning.
Awareness – We provide a school, local and global picture of the world for our children to investigate and enable them to find their own place in it and appreciate the value of diversity. This is linked to British Values through oracy, encouraging our children to not only have a voice but giving them the skills to use it.
Play – We love to play and play is an important building block in learning. Investigations can take many forms and we value play as a learning process for all children.
Christian Values – Our school ethos and Christian Values run through everything we do from fundraising and charity events to the delivery of the National Curriculum. We link closely to the church of England's vision for education and our key values are Living Well Together, Respect, Dignity, Community, Hope and Aspiration. We link to each of these half termly in depth exploring what they really mean to us.
Whether you are thinking of joining us or have children already in school you are more than welcome to come and talk to us about what we do. It is a pleasure to lead a school with such a vibrant school community where everyone is welcome.