1. To develop and value the child's individual academic potential.
2. To value the differing achievements and needs of the child.
3. To provide a variety of teaching methods and learning experiences as appropriate.
4. To maintain and improve the learning environment.
5. To develop a sense of community throughout the school.
6. To develop moral, social and spiritual values in all our children.
7. To value the religious beliefs of all our pupils.
8. To recognise the school's Christian - Anglican foundation.
School Performance Tables
Click here to be directed to the DfE website for our Performance Tables
New Ofsted report - June 2017
Link to : Ofsted Report - Published September 2017
Previous SIAMS reports
Religious Education in Church of England Schools
A Statement of Entitlement
The School Day
8:50 a.m. Doors open
9:00 a.m School begins
11:50a.m. Lunchtime begins
1:00p.m. Lunch ends
3:00p.m. School closes
*Each year group has a lunchtime lasting 45 minutes
Monday clubs run until 3:30 for all pupils in Years 4, 5 and 6
The school doors on the playground open in the morning at 8:50 and 3:00 in the afternoon for the children. If parents need to speak with the class teacher there will be an opportunity to make an appointment as the teachers bring their class.
Breakfast clubs runs from 8:00 until 8:50. The last children will be admitted at 8:30. Children are welcome from Reception age upwards.
The current price of the provision is 50p per child, per day.
To protect your children, the only entry point after 9.00am is via the main entrance. After 9:00 your child will get a late mark in the register.
If your child is going to be absent from school can you please phone the school office on the first day of illness as early as possible.
(For more information, please see the 'attendance policy')
Worship takes place in school Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:00 until 9:20 and on Wednesday from 10:00 until 10:20.
Pupil Dress Code
Uniform for children is a yellow polo shirt and green sweatshirt /cardigan. This is to be worn with black/grey trousers or skirt. A green and white gingham dress can be worn when the weather is suitable. Black shoes or black trainers should be worn.
PE kit is a white t-shirt and black pants/leggings/shorts. Black pumps must be worn in Foundation/Key Stage 1. Pumps or trainers can be worn in Key Stage 2. Children MUST change their clothes for the PE lesson.
Children must dress suitably for the weather; coats, hats and gloves for the cold and a sun hat for the sun.
Stud earrings are the only jewellery allowed in school. These must be removed for swimming lessons. A simple watch may be worn but must be removed for PE and swimming.
School cannot take responsibility for any jewellery or watches.
All clothing worn for school needs to have a name clearly marked in it.
Girls may wear a plain black headscarf. This must either be removed for PE lessons or replaced with a tight elasticated scarf.
Where can we get the uniform from?
Uniform can be purchased from Topform on Union Street in Oldham or from Debonair in Tommyfield Market Hall in Oldham.
Uniform can not be bought directly from school.