King’s Oak Primary is a friendly, thriving, inclusive school at the heart of its local community that provides a wide range of learning settings and experiences for all children who attend it. At King’s Oak, all children are valued as individuals and supported to develop a positive mind-set so they become resilient, pro-active, independent learners who are well-prepared for the next part of their educational career. The staff, governors, parents and pupils work together to create an exciting, supportive learning environment in which staff provide learning opportunities that capture children’s interests, increase their knowledge, raise their aspirations and prepare them for the challenges of life in the 21st Century.
King’s Oak currently has three forms of entry, from Reception to Year 5, and two forms of entry in Year 6. Our highly recommended specialist resourced provision for children with Autism is at the heart of our school and we also benefit from close links with Norbiton Children’s Centre which is situated in our grounds. As a result of recent expansion, we have twelve modern, bright classrooms, a new performance hall and specialist sports pitches set in well maintained, expansive grounds.
As a Forest School, we love taking every opportunity to enjoy hands-on learning in a woodland environment, whatever the weather.Year 2 had an amazing time this week - building dens, crossing streams, climbing trees and creating some wonderful ‘forest art’. The Forest School programme enhances emotional and social wellbeing in addition to developing children’s confidence…Read More
We have just had the most Christmassy end-of-term celebration ever, with 14 festive performances in 6 days.All year groups, from Pre-School to Year 6, have showcased their musicianship and drama skills to packed audiences of parents, carers, governors, family friends and each other. Our children (and staff!) have all worked incredibly hard over the last…Read More
Yesterday, we celebrated the Christmas ethos of giving and brought in our pocket money for Save the Children Charity, in return for wearing our Christmas jumpers to school.We have never seen (or heard!) so many different festive designs - flashing noses, jingling bells, sparking snow, glittering tinsel, reindeer, snowmen and even decorated dinosaurs – and…Read More