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.
Today, our KS2 choir was joined by choirs from Burlington Junior, Christ Church Primary, Green Lane Primary and Coombe Hill Junior for a massed choir (of 300 children!) Music Festival rehearsal! The singing is amazing and the final performance at the Rose Theatre will definitely be worth seeing!Read More
Year 3 enjoyed another fantastic Forest School session this week and had a great time learning to make Forest Medallions! We used a saw to cut sections from fallen branches and then drilled a hole in our medallions so that we could thread through a necklace. Have a look at our photos!Read More
This week, after a half term of learning about Climate Change: its Causes and Impact, Year 4 held a debate about climate change…with a difference! Divided into eight teams representing environmental stakeholders (including scientists, owners of multinational corporations, heads of renewable energy companies, people in countries affected by extreme weather and the UK Prime Minister!),…Read More