Welcome to our school website. Here, at Oaks Primary Academy, we believe confidence in a school comes from knowing and understanding what is happening within it. So, we hope that you find our website helpful and informative and that it gives you a flavour of our school.
I am privileged to be Principal of Oaks Primary Academy and we are all very proud of our children and their many achievements. We aim to share as many of these as possible with you on this website. We believe that children achieve best when home, school and the local community work together to promote the vision, values and ethos of the school through a close and trusting relationship.
All of the staff at Oaks Primary Academy are highly committed and passionate about providing a rich and exciting education in a safe and nurturing learning environment. We believe children should enjoy their years at school and be given every opportunity to be successful in both their personal and academic development. We strive to achieve this through inspirational experiences within a broad and balanced curriculum that make learning a pleasure, whilst laying the foundations for a happy and successful future.
We welcome all visitors, so please contact us to arrange a visit should you wish to. I hope you find this website useful and please do not hesitate to contact us should you require any further information or to tell us how we might improve it further.
Mrs Jane Tipple
If you require any extra information regarding anything that is on our Academy’s website then please do not hesitate to either call or email us via the contact details provided in the contact us page, or if you require a paper copy of any of the information on the website; then please come into the school office and we will provide this to you free of charge.
Even though the staff are working hard and must be tired, they don’t look it and all appear to be on a mission to keep educating the children.
Visitor to Oaks Primary Academy, June 2018
I can’t believe the children are still working so hard on the penultimate day of the final term.
Prospective New Parent, July 2018
Good teaching is allowing pupils to make up for previous gaps in their learning. Pupils have good attitudes to learning because teachers plan activities which maintain pupils interest and enthusiasm. Pupils are proud of their work and this is reflected in their books, which are very neatly presented.