Road Safety and Travel
We are collaborating with a Road Safety and Travel initiative called Mode shift Stars. The scheme recognises schools that show excellence in supporting the safe cycling, walking and other forms of sustainable and active travel to and from school.
The safety of our pupils and parents while getting to and from school is of the upmost importance to us as we have many families and children who use various modes of transport to get to and from school. We will be implementing a range of different Travel and Road Safety initiatives and we hope to make an impact on the safety and sustainability of our families and the way in which they access Oak View School in the near future.
We will be discussing with the children why it is important to wear bright/high visibility clothing and to make use of reflective items such as reflectors/ badges/tape/lights in order to make themselves more visible to others while travelling near or on the road in poor light and weather conditions.
We hope you will support us with discussing the importance of this with your child and ensure that while they are traveling near or on the roads that they are clearly able to be seen by other road users.
Data Protection Officer
The Data Protection Officer (DPO) is responsible for ensuring the School is compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR).
This post is held by Mr Patrick Aikman, School DPO Services. Email: email@example.com.
You can give your view directly to Ofsted through Parent View:
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: https://oakview.parentseveningsystem.co.uk/
- Video Appointment - Parent Guide (221.51KB)
School Minibus Fundraising
Can you help us to raise funds towards the leasing costs of our school minibus?
We use this for small group outings, school trips and the many sporting events we attend.
Please speak to Mr Richardson or Ms Hagger if you are interested in becoming a member of the fundraising team.
Families First is the term used in Hertfordshire for services that work together to support families who need extra help. These are also known as early help services. If you need more help than your usual support network – for example your health visitor, school, doctor or family centre – they can work with you and your family to create a package of support.
Helping parents develop the right skills and understanding, so that their children can discover the possibilities and opportunities available to them online