Open Evening 2019

On Thursday 19 September, Oathall will be opening its doors from 4.30pm to 8.00pm to prospective KS3 students and their families. The purpose of the evening is to give you an introduction to Oathall and allow you to meet our staff and get a feel for our school. Members of the Oathall team will be available to answer any questions you may have about the school, the curriculum, pastoral and SEN provision and the transition process for Y6 pupils.

Every faculty will be putting on activities in which your child will be able to participate. This will be an excellent opportunity for you and your child to gain hands-on experience on how learning takes place at Oathall and we do hope you will be able to join us. There will also be two presentations during the event at 5.30pm and 7pm.

Please note that if you live locally and are coming to the evening, please consider leaving your car at home out of consideration for our neighbours and the traffic in the area.

School tours for prospective students

We offer a series of tour dates throughout the first half term of the new academic year to families with children looking to start with us in Year 7 in the September of the following year. You are invited to contact the Oathall school office either by phone on 01444 414001 or by email at office@oathall.org if you would like to book yourself and your children on to one of these tours.

We are also happy to offer tours throughout the school year to anyone interested in sending their child to Oathall. This would again be by appointment and would be subject to the school calendar and timetable although we will try to accommodate requests as far as possible.

2017 Open Day

On Thursday 21 September, Oathall will be opening its doors from 4.30pm to 8.30pm to prospective KS3 students and their families. The purpose of the evening is to give you an introduction to Oathall and allow you to meet our staff and get a feel for our school. Members of the Oathall team will be available to answer any questions you may have about the school, the curriculum, pastoral and SEN provision and the transition process for Y6 pupils.

Every faculty will be putting on activities in which your child will be able to participate. This will be an excellent opportunity for you and your child to gain hands-on experience on how learning takes place at Oathall and we do hope you will be able to join us. There will also be two presentations during the event at 5.30pm and 7pm.

Please note that if you live locally and are coming to the evening, please consider leaving your car at home out of consideration for our neighbours and the traffic in the area.

Farm Open Day – Sunday 30 April

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This year, the farm open day will be held on Sunday 30 April. We are holding the event a bit earlier this year to give our visitors a chance to see our spring lambs. Admission is free and visitors will have a chance to see all of our animals around the farm. We will be open from 11 am until 3 pm. Teas, cakes and a BBQ will also be available.

Little-Lucky

This is Lucky, one of our very first lambs. Lucky had a difficult start in life but thanks to some careful nursing and TLC from students, parents and staff she is now doing well.

2015 Open Day

banner hige resOn Thursday 24 September, Oathall will be opening its doors to prospective KS3 students and their families. The purpose of the evening is to give you an introduction to Oathall and allow you to meet our staff and get a feel for our school. Members of the Oathall team will be available to answer any questions you may have about the school, the curriculum, pastoral and SEN provision and the transition process for Y6 pupils.

Every faculty will be putting on activities in which your child will be able to participate. This will be an excellent opportunity for you and your child to gain hands-on experience on how learning takes place at Oathall and we do hope you will be able to join us. There will also be two presentations during the event at 5.30pm and 7pm.

Please note that if you live locally and are coming to the evening, please consider leaving your car at home out of consideration for our neighbours and the traffic in the area.