Windrush C of E Primary School
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What is the school like?

Windrush Church of England Primary School offers a broad education based on Christian values. It is operated by River Learning Trust (RLT) and supported by the Oxford Diocesan Board of Education.

Amazing facilities 

The school is built on 2.25 hectares as part of the major development at Windrush Place on the western edge of Witney. It is a state-of-the-art facility designed to allow us to deliver all aspects of a first-class primary education. You can take a look around here (link to take a tour page). We are particularly excited by our food technology room and our studio hall. The school has a specific room for community use. If you would like to hire that room, or any other facilities, then email us. 

Rich curriculum 

Our curriculum is rich in content – with an emphasis on knowledge to be known and understood. It features a strong commitment to reading, writing and maths, and there are high expectations in these areas. Our curriculum is coherent to ensure there is a progression as children move through school. 

Extra-curricular activities 

As it grows, the school will run activities after school (sports clubs, homework clubs, music and arts clubs). It will run competitions within the school and also take part in competitions with other schools. These will be run by staff and external providers. We will always strive to ensure the widest range of activities are available to pupils. 

Childcare 

We recognise the importance to parents of providing first-rate childcare before and after school. The school day runs from 8.45am until 3.15pm. The school runs a breakfast club from 7.55am and after-school club until 5.15pm. Both services are delivered by the school, not an external provider. 

Nursery 

The school includes a nursery for children from the age of two to four. Provision is either for 15 hours a week or up to 30 hours a week. Subject to availability and an additional charge, breakfast, lunch and after-school care are provided for nursery children. The nursery follows the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum requirements to help develop your child through structured play. The nursery’s facilities are purpose built to support this. Details on how to apply for a place at nursery can be found on the admissions page.

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