Update on Remote Learning  

From September 2021, following government guidelines, we will be providing remote learning for those children who are absent from school due to reasons linking to COVID-19.

High quality remote learning will be provided on the following learning platforms. For which all pupils have their log in. If these have been misplaced, please contact the school office.

EYFS- Tapestry
KS1- DB Primary
KS2- Google Classroom

The remote education will be equivalent in length of time to the core teaching that pupils would receive in school; this includes time for the teaching, and completion of tasks. As a minimum, we will provide:

·         Key Stage 1- 3 hours daily
·         Key Stage 2- 4 hours daily

We will ensure:

Ø  Lessons link to the year group’s curriculum
Ø  There will be clarity for pupils and parents/carers
Ø  That all pupils will have access to a laptop to allow children to access their learning
Ø  Teaching and learning activities will take in to consideration any special educational needs

We will monitor whether pupils are engaging with the remote learning, and work with families to identify solutions where engagement is a concern. If the cause for concern continues, we will make a welfare visit to your home. Staff recognise that both supporting as an adult, and completing work as a pupil, can be a challenge and will consider providing printed resources to overcome any barriers presented by the digital access.

If your child is in receipt of a free school meal, we will be providing vouchers to ensure that they are still able to receive this.

Parent Teacher Consultations

We plan that future Parent Teacher Consultation meetings will take place through a mixture of face to face appointments and video call.  Appointments can be booked through the on-line booking system: 

School Minibus Fundraising

We are looking for a parent and teacher fundraising team to raise £30,000 over 5 years enabling us to lease a school minibus.  This would be used for small group outings, school trips and the many sporting events we attend.

Our previous events were:

Christmas Raffle
Valentine Disco 
Family Bingo Evening 

Please speak to Mr Richardson or Ms Hagger if you are interested in becoming a member of the fundraising team.


You can give your view directly to Ofsted through Parent View:

Families First

Here you’ll find activities and support for you and your family.




At Oak View School we believe that ‘Every Lesson Counts’ and we therefore place a high value on regular attendance and encourage it in the followings ways: Providing a caring and welcoming learning environment that is such fun that children will not want to miss it; Responding promptly to a child’s or parent’s concerns about …

Breakfast and After School Provision

Tree Tops offer a wrap around care provision for Oak View pupils.      Please read the attached letter and leaflet provided, if you need any further information, please contact Tree Tops directly: email: or telephone: 01420 525317. Please note that if Tree Tops do not receive a successful demand, then they will not be …


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On-Line Safety

Thinkuknow is a programme for children from the National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command. The programme includes activities to support parents in keeping their children safe online. Each activity is linked to a specific age group and includes short videos to encourage discussion and develop strategies to keep everyone safe.  At Oak View we have used …

Online Payments

The school provides parents with the ability to pay for school items online.  This means you can pay whenever it’s convenient for you, without having to find the exact change, or having to send a cheque into school. Login to School Gateway You can also give permission for trips online, saving you the need to …

Parent Committee

  February 2019 – We are pleased to say that we have a newly formed committee and the following events have been planned: Cake Sale – Friday 8th March 3.15pm near the African Huts School Disco—Friday 22nd March Tickets will need to be purchased in advance and will be on sale at the Cake Sale on …

Policies & Forms

Policies Forms Paper copies of any information can be provided upon request.


“Every Child Matters” When the government published “Every Child Matters” it raised 5 key issues that were deemed essential in the complete development of each and every child. They were that every child: Must be and stay safe Must be healthy Must be able to enjoy and achieve Must be able to achieve economic well-being …


Uniform is worn at Oak View to develop a sense of pride in being a member of the Oak View School community. Girls School Uniform Winter Uniform Summer Uniform Black/charcoal grey skirt or trousers Purple and white summer dresses OR Black/charcoal grey skirt or trousers and white polo shirt White polo shirt School sweatshirt and/or …


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