Welcome to Oak Hill Church of England Primary School
Oak Hill School is a Church of England voluntary controlled primary school for pupils from 4-11 years.
We are a friendly and inclusive school, committed to ensuring our children are happy, healthy and successful.
Through our Christian values and curriculum, we encourage a caring attitude, self-respect and positive social skills. At Oak Hill the children feel safe, supported and enjoy their learning.
Our intake (PAN) is 15 in Reception. Currently, all of our class sizes are just under 20 children.
The school was formed from the amalgamation of Alderton and Dumbleton primary schools in 1981. This has enabled both villages to retain their school - a vital ingredient of village life.
Oak Hill Church of England Primary School is one school spread across two unique sites, each tailored to the needs of the children.
The infant children, aged 4-7, attend the Infant Base at Dumbleton, where there are two classes.
Children aged 7-11 attend the Junior Base at Alderton, where there are two classes.
At Oak Hill Primary School everyone is committed to enabling all pupils to develop to their full potential. We provide a warm, caring environment where children feel secure and happy.
As a church school, we place high importance on the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of all our pupils. We strive to promote an atmosphere of learning where pupils work with a sense of purpose and enjoyment.
I hope you will take the opportunity to visit our school. Please telephone and make an appointment to visit us. I look forward to meeting you.
Headteacher: Mr Tom Holdstock