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26/07/17

We are looking for a Senior Leader in Oxford to lead our brand new, multi-million-pound primary school. Apply below https://t.co/PH8vH8FimY

26/07/17

Retweeted From Amjad Ali

are looking for a Head Teacher... https://t.co/tVpayHbV2d join the family!

21/07/17

2/2 Thanks to our colleagues who will keep things going over the summer break ready for September.

21/07/17

What an academic year! Thanks to everyone who has made it so special. Enjoy your break and for those leaving us we wish you well😢1/2

21/07/17

Retweeted From Cllr Mark Brunt

That's great, local councillors are keen to support the new secondary school that we have long campaigned for

17/07/17

Retweeted From Jon Chaloner

Good to be at last open event for our new secondary which opens in September 2018. More events in Sept! https://t.co/hrAv4NmB7h

17/07/17

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson

Our team are expanding to support & other Oxfordshire . Find out more here: https://t.co/V36tonaVPb

13/07/17

Interested in a catering role with at the new in Didcot? Click on the link for more info!https://t.co/YRRSvAHdrg

08/07/17

Do you have the business leadership skills to make a difference to the outcomes for the children within our schools? https://t.co/EuaPL8c5l0

06/07/17

Retweeted From Jon Chaloner

Delighted to welcome Southgate Primary, our second primary in Crawley, to today, alongside .

06/07/17

Retweeted From Donna Kettle

Great news everyone! Well done. https://t.co/FJMPGQMbP3

06/07/17

Well done to all the children and staff across all our schools with Y6 - every school has increased its combined attainment figure 👌

06/07/17

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson

Planning day with our fab Leadership Team - countdown to opening! https://t.co/8lOerJKy9V

01/07/17

Retweeted From Niki Thomas

Inspiring input from today for our Men into Primary project. Huge impact on 18 secondary colleagues.

01/07/17

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson

Dedicated Headteachers working hard on a Saturday morning hosting https://t.co/w5TsLN90aL

23/06/17

Still looking for a teaching role for Sept? Contact the team on recruitment.org to hear about our career opportunities!

23/06/17

Still looking for a teaching position for September? need you! DM for more details https://t.co/PqCK37526Q

23/06/17

We have a great opportunity for an experienced Business Leader to join and Apply below! https://t.co/JiMmi1h3Pj

22/06/17

Retweeted From Sarah Lynagh

We have opportunities for School Business Leaders https://t.co/WekTMYrLHb

18/06/17

Still looking for a teaching role for September? Contact the team on recruitment.org to find out about our current jobs

Uniform

Children in Reception, Years 1 & 2 must wear school uniform which helps to develop pride in our school. Our school colours are red, white and grey, and we have a sweatshirt with our Federation logo. Uniform can be purchased from the school office or via this link to our supplier's on-line shop.

Winter

Boys

Lorraine sweatshirt
Grey trousers
White polo shirt (with logo available)

Girls

Lorraine sweatshirt/cardigan
Grey trousers/skirt
White blouse / white polo shirt (with logo available)

Summer

Boys

Grey/Black shorts/trousers
white polo shirt (with logo available)

Girls

Grey trousers/skirt
White blouse/ white polo shirt (with logo available)
or red and white dress

Sensible low heeled and well fitting black shoes should be worn.Please ensure that all skirts are a sensible length.Please send the children to school clean and tidy, with all items of clothing clearly marked with the child’s name.

PE Kit

Children need to wear red shorts and a white tee shirt for P.E. lessons, which should be put in a special named bag purchased from school. Following County guidelines all indoor apparatus work is done in bare feet. Plimsolls or trainers are used for outdoor P.E.

Jewellery

For health and safety reasons we discourage the wearing of jewellery to school and it is our policy that jewellery (including earrings) are not worn for any form of physical education. If earrings are worn to school children must be able to remove and replace them themselves.