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Ethos

  • Confidence
  • Achievement
  • Respect
  • Responsibility

Everyone is valued for the contribution they make to the life and growth of the school. We welcome the diversity of race, religion, gender, ability and culture that our children and their families and staff bring to our school community and the richness this adds to the life of the school.

We value our strong relationship with parents & carers. We regard challenging behaviour as having a purpose. We therefore seek to understand that purpose and teach more appropriate alternatives.

Everyone is valued for the contribution they make to the life and growth of the school.

All children will believe in themselves, that they can achieve, they do have confidence and they accept who they are and value who they are.

Safeguarding at Oak View is led by the Head Teacher who is the Deisgnated Lead. We have two members of the senior leadership team trained at level 3 for Child Protection.

We follow a rigorous approach to safer recruitment to ensure all staff are vetted thoroughly and deliver regular Child Protection training.

Dianne Ryan
Head Teacher

  • ‘The school is extremely thorough and gives clear guidance for staff about practical approaches and preventative measures.’

    ASD report 2014

  • ‘Pupils' relationships with adults are excellent, and they learn respect and appropriate behaviour from the staff. Pupils are accepting of each other’s varying needs, and show pleasure in each other’s successes.’

    Ofsted report

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  • Peppa Pig Walk

    A charity Peppe Pig walk was held in the school field. This included a 'muddy puddle' where trhe puils got very wet!

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  • May Day celebrations

    Oak View celebrated May Day with a street party with cakes and a May pole. The pupils loved the May pole and country dancing.

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  • Pancake Races

    Pupils were very excited by the Middle School pancake race. Pupils ran in class teams and nobody can remember who the winners were, but everyone joine...

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