Oakley Vale Primary School

Part of the Brooke Weston Trust

Educating the next generation of inspirational adults

Latest News


  • Y3 perform Easter assembly

    Published on Monday 1st April 2019

    Well done to our Year 3 students who put on a lively Easter assembly sharing details of how the festival is celebrated in different parts of the world.

  • Abigail is crowned Junior Carnival Queen

    Published on Monday 25th March 2019

    Well done to Oakley Vale Primary School’s Head Girl, Abigail Magnus-Hannaford who has been crowned Corby’s Junior Carnival Queen.

  • Year 3 students perform violin concert

    Published on Friday 22nd March 2019

    Year 3 students at Oakley Vale Primary performed a violin and cello recital for parents following weeks of rehearsals in schools.

  • Oakley Vale students meet best-selling author

    Published on Monday 18th March 2019

    Students at Oakley Vale Primary loved meeting best-selling author Cathy Cassidy, who signed books and answered questions when she made a recent visit to a  Brooke Weston Trust  primary school.

     

  • Wolves triumph in Oakley Vale car race!

    Published on Monday 11th March 2019

    Well done to Wolves class whose model car proved victorious in Oakley Vale’s race as part of their Ambition for All week.

  • Ambition for All launches at Oakley Vale

    Published on Friday 8th March 2019

    The Brooke Weston Trust’s Ambition for All campaign has launched at Oakley Vale Primary School with a vehicle show, including cars, trucks and even a fire engine!

  • Year 3s enjoy Greek Day

    Published on Wednesday 6th March 2019

    Year 3 students dressed up as Greeks and made special clay pots to mark the end of their topic on the civilisation. Parents were also invited in to help decorate the pots and take part in the fun.

  • Reception create wormery as part of Superheroes topic

    Published on Wednesday 6th March 2019

    Students at Oakley Vale created a wormery as part of a project on Superheroes. The Reception children were especially fond of reading about ‘Superworm’ and so they prepared a purpose built wormery with sand and soil, ready for its new residents.

  • MOMO CHALLENGE ADVICE

    Published on Wednesday 27th February 2019

    Momo challenge: Police advise over 'freaky game'

  • A group of Oakley Vale Primary school children were immersed into different worlds in a Barratt Homes show home at Lyveden Fields, whilst participating in a captivating storytelling session.

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