Our School

YvonneMy name is Yvonne Davis and as Headteacher of Oak View School I would like to welcome you to our school community.

At Oak View we recognise that all children are unique and we strive to give the very best support in order that they can go on to reach their aspirations, achieve their full potential and become great members of society.

Our school motto is:-

“To empower skilful, independent learners for the future”

Your child will benefit from an exciting curriculum that encourages children to participate fully in their own learning.

Children learn in different ways so we ensure learning is relevant, engaging and experiential and challenges their thinking skills.

We are an inclusive school.  We believe that all people are of equal value irrespective of their ability, ethnicity, culture, religion, gender or sexual identity and we recognise and respect their differences.  We work hard to support the children in developing personal values which contribute to the ethos of our school. Our ethos is about respect, a positive attitude towards learning, notably listening to each other in a calm and purposeful environment.

Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will ever have to make so I hope that the information which we have provided here helps you in that choice. I am always available to talk to any prospective or current parent; therefore if you have any questions about the school please do not hesitate to contact me.



Hertfordshire County Council coordinates all admissions to the main school – Reception through to Year 6 (this also includes all in-year applications). Our Published Admission Number each year is 60. All the information that you will need to make an application can be obtained from the HCC website at www.hertsdirect.org. The website includes interactive copies …

Aims & Ethos

A whole school teaches in three ways: By what it teaches By how it teaches By the kind of place it is Anon Our vision is… To create a learning culture that empowers skilful, independent learners for the future. This will be achieved through the development of a creative curriculum which engages all its pupils …

Bella – Our School Dog

October 2019 Bella attended her Advanced Puppy Training day at the DHK Headquarters in Devon on 18 October.   Tracey Berridge, Founder and Chief Executive of Dogs Helping Kids was pleased with the progress that Bella has made. She said that Bella is a very sweet and loving dog who is a pleasure to train – …


Our Governing Body is made up of 10 people.  We have: 1 LA appointed member 4 Parent Governors 1 Staff member 3 Co-Opted members 1 Headteacher LA (appointed by the GB and are the responsibility of the local authority) Parent Governors (elected by parents/carers of registered pupils on the school roll) Staff (appointed by the GB …

School Day

We have various assemblies during the week. Please see the timetable below for more information. 08.30-11.30 Morning Nursery 12.20-15.20 Afternoon Nursery 08.30-15.20 Full time Nursery 08.50-15.10 For KS1 children (Reception to Year 2) 08.50-15.15 For KS2 children (Year 3 – Year 6) Morning Break 10.30-10.45 For KS1 and Lower KS2 10.45-11.00 For Upper KS2 Lunchtime …

School Office

Our school office is staffed by: They will be very happy to speak to you to assist with any questions or queries you may have about school life at Oak View. We use the Schoolcomms communication system to send texts and emails to parents/carers. This system also offers an online payment facility. Online Payments information. …


Staff vacancies are advertised on Teach in Herts. Please see their website for more information: Teach in Herts website Teaching Staff   Name Designation Responsibility Mrs Yvonne Davis Headteacher and Senior Leadership Team Child Protection, Standards and Achievement, Attendance, NQT mentor Mrs Rachel Wan Year 6 Teacher, Assistant Headteacher  and Senior Leadership Team Science,  Year 4, …