Oldfield Brow Primary School

Only The Very Best Will Do

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.

Our school motto encapsulates our ethos.  We are a school that has the highest expectations for all learners because at Oldfield Brow:

"only the very best will do"

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 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 strive 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 that 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 to arrange a visit to see our fabulous school in action.

In addition, if you would like a paper copy of any information found on our school website, please speak to the school office, again using the details above, who will be able to provide this. 

It doesn’t seem that long since I wrote the beginning of the summer term letter and here we are now, at the end of another exciting half-term at Oldfield Brow. I think it is fair to say that this has been an unusual term; with school closures due to strikes and polling days meaning that we have rarely had a week this half term that hasn’t been shortened in some way. However, as I have said previously, I have been really impressed with how our children have not let this unusual term affect them and they have continued to make their teachers proud – every day.

Last week, the whole school focused on one key question as we formally celebrated a new chapter in the school’s and our nation’s history. The question was: “How has Britain and our school changed since the birth of King Charles III in 1948?”. Each year group focused on a decade from the 1950s onwards and we celebrated our shared history – in style on Friday 19th May with our Coronation Party. As well as being a lot of fun, our children learnt a lot too.

Mr J. Cash
Mr J. Cash
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