Headteacher's Welcome to Oldfield Primary School

Oldfield is a forward-thinking, friendly school where excellence is our hallmark! Expectations for pupils’ personal, academic and sporting achievements are high on our large site with an extensive nature trail and creative areas.

We aim to live out our mission, “Joy through effective learning for life”, based on the belief that every child, indeed, every person in the school (and every person who has to do with the school, so that’s parents too), irrespective of creed, colour or background can be their best as well as achieve their best and thereby contribute positively to our school community and to society. Strong, committed governance is really making a difference in our school. Parent voice is also strong: Parent Reps. help to shape important policies such as Relationship, Health and Reproduction and others enthusiastically partner through the Friends of Oldfield Association.  

When a child’s gifts or talents are drawn out, when their “learning lights go on” something profound is going on in their lives that equates to joy, so we all work very hard to create the supportive learning environment that enables children to be themselves, to be accepted and valued for the unique person they are and so they become lifelong learners, enabled to achieve all that they can.

Oldfield is a school where children flourish academically, personally and through sports. Expectations for achievement in these three areas are high’. ‘Our three main values are to be ‘Kind, Friendly and Safe’. Please use the link to see our values flower’,


Dr E.A. Day - Headteacher

Celebrating our great Ofsted.
Read our great Ofsted report.
January 2017

Quote: The report said “You are fully committed to making sure that all pupils, no matter what the challenges they face, have equal opportunities to flourish in their learning and in their personal development.” Download the full report in PDF format - Ofsted Report January 2017

School Clubs Spring 2017

To view the details, click here.

The spring timetables are at the end of this page.

Pupil Survey Report 1

To view the report, click here.

FOA AGM 2016

The Friends of Oldfield Association AGM 2016 documents can be seen on the Friends of Oldfield page by clicking here.

Newsletter March 2017
Our newsletter for February 2017 has been published.
Newsletter January 2017
Our newsletter for January 2017 has been published.
Newsletter December 2016
Our newsletter for December 2016 has been published.
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