Oxenhope Church of England Primary School is proud to be a bdat school.
Welcome from the Headteacher
At Oxenhope Church of England Primary School our school curriculum and the way we shape the National Curriculum are both driven by our shared beliefs and ethos.
Moral Choices – We value rights and responsibilities of all our school community and this includes using and appreciating the human value of Fair Trade.
Uniqueness – We value individuality and independence where every child can be celebrated for being themselves.
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.
Multicultural 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.
Play – Investigations can take many forms and we value play as a valuable 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.
Latest calendar Events
- School closes 3:1525May2018
3:15 pm - 4:15 pm
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Visit the Blog and see news from each from each class and Headteacher updates.
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