Oldfield Brow Primary School

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Welcome To Our School

On behalf of the pupils, staff and Governing Body, it is our pleasure to welcome you to Oldfield Brow Primary School.

Oldfield Brow is truly at the heart of the community - it has been on a significant and exciting journey and school improvement is rapid. Learning is at the heart of all that we do as we strive to develop the children as active, motivated, resilient learners who thrive in a caring, supportive environment. 

We are also creating and developing a curriculum that not only promotes high standards and challenges children’s thinking but a curriculum that also excites and motivates our children and teaching staff. We are striving to develop children’s knowledge and skill across all areas of the curriculum so that we nurture and grow well-rounded children who could be the mathematicians, scientists, writers or historians of the future. We want to inspire our children so that as they grow into young adults they have belief in themselves and belief in their talents too.

We also foster and nurture a community who care for one another, where kindness is promoted and respect is strong. It is our aim that we develop the whole child so that they grow to be responsible, caring individuals who achieve their potential.

Oldfield Brow is a thriving school community with committed staff, supportive parents and wonderful children.

We very much look forward to welcoming new children and families and prospective parents are actively encouraged to contact the school office and arrange a visit. This will provide you with the opportunity to see school in action.

Oldfield Brow

Dear Parents,

This is an unusual time for us all. The situation that has involved our whole country has been unprecedented and remains a challenge for everyone. We have continued to keep the school open for our key workers and their children - and their gratitude has been greatly valued. All parents were sent home letters on Monday 30th March and this can be found within your child's class webpage.

Every other day for the next ten days at 4.30pm, we will be posting a story to share at home. We hope you enjoy them. The first is released on Wednesday 1st April and can be found on YouTube. Don't forget to sign up to twitter for more information.

It has also been very pleasing to see so few people out and about. Both inside and outside of school, everyone is doing what is needed for the good of us all. Thank you.

Currently are asking parents to register their need for school provision for next week, the week beginning 6th April. We know that circumstances may change but if you have not done so already, please contact school using the covid@oldfield-brow.com email address so we know what our likely numbers are to be.

If school is not able to meet your request, you can also contact Trafford's FAMILY INFORMATION SERVICE for further advice and suggestions. This can be found here:


Our teachers have set up class email addresses. Please make sure that any correspondnce is through a reponsible adult's email address and not a child's. Also please look upon any correspondence with our staff as confidential and it should not be shared with third parties or on social media sites either. This service will not be available during Easter but we will be there once again to help from Tuesday 14th April. If you have an emergency and need to contact the school urgently, please use the temporary 'phone number of 07942 252580.

Through your child's class page, we will share a list of websites compiled by the school that might help keep you and yours busy during the Easter fortnight. There will be many ideas for all ages. As notified previously, additional work and opportunities directly from your child's teacher will be uploaded after Bank Holiday Monday. There will not be any work set during these two weeks.

Thank you for your ongoing support. Take care, stay safe, stay well.
Please see 20th March's letter for Key Workers

Please see the letter sent to all parents in regards to Covid-19/Coronavirus on 19th March.

Please see the letter sent to all parents in regards to Covid-19/Coronavirus on 17th March.

There are ways at this difficult time that we can help others too. Please see how you can play part...

Keep checking back for further updates.

Robert Merrell
Robert Merrell
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