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Oughton Primary and Nursery School is a community school, taking pupils from 3 - 11 years old. The school is situated in the Westmill area of Hitchin in Hertfordshire, and was formed in 2001, when the former Oughtonhead Junior, Infants and Nursery Schools were amalgamated.
17th July Nursery Wow Day, Year 3 Wow Day
Year 6 Performance to Parents 2pm
18th July-Year 6 Performance to Parents 6pm
19th July- Year 6 Celebration Day
Reception Wow Day
24th July - Leavers Assembly 9.30am. Year 6 Parents Only
End of Term. School finishes 2pm
4th September - Children return to School
letter to parents
Please see the attached letter and poster which are designed to help you to help your child cope with change.
ART WEEK EXHIBITION
We recently put on an art exhibition, displaying the children's fantastic work. Please look through the photos to the right to see more.
On 12th June, Year 3 were treated to a trip to Whipsnade Zoo by Hitchin Rotary Club. They kindly organised the visit and gave us t-shirts and caps to wear. We had a great day visiting and learning about the animals. It was also a fantastic opportunity to meet and talk to the Rotarians who accompanied us. Following the visit, we wrote a report about the day and thank you letters to the Rotary Club.
The final Coffee Morning of the year will be held on Wednesday 3rd July. You are all cordially invited.
SUMMER TERM HEALTH NEWSLETTER
NURSERY AND RECEPTION ADMISSIONS
Follow this link for further information.
At Oughton, we provide a broad and balanced curriculum which focusses on equipping our pupils with the knowledge, skills, vocabulary and life experiences required for the next stage of their education. We feel passionately that all pupils have the right to succeed and should be developed to become enthusiastic and life long learners. We aim for them to make links between areas of learning, retaining and recalling information. We strive to achieve this through a curriculum which is fun and enjoyable, engaging children and providing them with long term memories. We believe that at our school it is essential to provide pupils with systematic teaching of key skills, enriching their lives with powerful, cultural life experiences and a key focus on understanding and applying vocabulary.