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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.
DRAFT RSE POLICY FOR CONSULTATION
Staff and pupils have been sending in their videos to create a ball montage! See the results below.
home learning montage
VIRUS THE VIPER SNAKE
As you will know from the Newsletter, Shea started a lockdown pebble snake in the local community. Unforunately some older people dismantled it. Shea agreed to recreate the snake in our school grounds and we invited people to add to it. The snake is called Virus the Viper Snake. Here are a couple of photos of the snake as it grows.
Please see below for information on webinars aimed at helping with mental health at this time.
Please see below fliers on an upcoming parenting forum, and counselling provision for parents.
Please see below a letter about the way the school and police work together in cases of Domestic Abuse, in a scheme called Operation Encompass.
Please click here for further information on Family Support
home learning week 14
Please follow this link to access previous weeks' Home Learning, tips, websites and music lessons.
PLANS FOR WEEK COMMENCING 1ST JUNE 2020
Please keep checking our Community Page for detail of the latest community events. This week we have posted information about free training for parents on anxiety in autism.
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.