Oxenhope Church of England Primary School is proud to be a bdat school.
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
- Parent Consultation Evening Years 1 - 627Nov2017
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
- Parent Consultation Evening Years 1-629Nov2017
3:30 pm - 6:30 pm
- Christmas Fair01Dec2017
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm @ School Hall
Come and welcome in the christmas season with our Christmas Fair and help raise funds for school at the same time. Lots of fun for everyone!
- Y4 shared church visit05Dec2017
12:00 am - 1:00 am @ Keighley
- Optional Flu Vaccinations R,1-406Dec2017
@ School Hall
Optional Flu vaccinations for children from Reception to Year 4. More information to follow.
Share Your Views
The best way of letting us know your views on school is to visit the Ofsted Parent View site.
Visit the Blog and see news from each from each class and Headteacher updates.
Latest Newsround stories
- Blue Planet II: What's coming up this week?
Episode 5 features wonders from the deep, so what can you look forward to seeing this time round?
- Why are in-game purchases a problem for young people?
Some video game companies have been criticised for the way they encourage young people to spend mone…
- These have to be some of the prettiest Christmas lights around!
The Kew Gardens lights display involves more than a million twinkling lights! Special Christmas them…
- The Big Question: Can we travel at warp speed?
We got Nasa to explain... and it turns out it's quite complicated.
- The world's best teacher- who lives in the ARCTIC!
She won this year's famous global teacher prize, and works in the Arctic Circle!