Headteacher's Welcome to Oldfield Primary School

Oldfield is a flourishing school where children thrive academically, personally and through sports on our great site with its extensive nature trail and creative areas. Expectations for achievement in all areas are high!

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. It is the marrying of these two concepts of ‘being’ and ‘achieving’ that describes what we (the staff at the school) mean when we refer to ‘making a difference for children’.

When a child’s gifts or talents are drawn out, when their ‘learning lights go on’ there is something profound 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.

Our school ‘Code of Conduct’, devised together with pupils, is the ‘backbone’ of our school and pupils know where to get help if they need it. Every decision in the school is made in the best interests of the children.

‘Our three main values are to be ‘Kind, Friendly and Safe’.

Please use this link to see our values flower

Mrs EA Day - Headteacher

Newsletter February 2015
Our newsletter for February 2015 has been published.
Newsletter January 2015
Our newsletter for January 2015 has been published.
Newsletter December 2014
Our newsletter for December 2014 has been published.
Newsletter October 2014
Our newsletter for October 2014 has been published.
Oldfield is “Floribundus”!
Winner of Ealing in Bloom 2014!

National awards ceremony

OLDFIELD'S ROYAL NEWS, Place2Be Wellbeing Awards, Wednesday 19th November at Kensington Palace: Last night Mrs Day, was a finalist for the School Leader Award for her outstanding leadership, commitment and passion for enhancing the mental health and emotional wellbeing of children. To view the press release from the evening please click here.

Message from our Chair of Governors.

Last night Mrs Day was a guest of HRH The Duchess of Cambridge (better known to us as Kate!) at Kensington Palace. Kate was hosting an event to recognise the work of Place2Be and the efforts of inspiring individuals who support the organisation and enable it to have such a positive impact on the lives of children.

Mrs Day is one such individual and last night she received a Highly Commended award for the way she leads the development of the Place2Be service at Oldfield.

On behalf of everyone associated with the school, I want to say a huge 'well done' and a huge 'thank you' to Mrs Day. We are very fortunate to have a Headteacher with a vision for all children to succeed and make best use of their many and varied talents. Mrs Day's leadership of Place2Be is just one example of how she puts this vision into practice as Place2Be brings children to the point where they can make best use of the academic, creative and sporting opportunities available at our school and so fulfil their potential.

SARA HOWE - Chair of Governors

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