Look at our amazing African masks! They have been carefully painted and look fantastic – with so much detail!
A Community School for children from the ages of 4 – 7 years.
Message from the Headteacher
As Head Teacher of Oldfield Park Infant School I am delighted to welcome you to our schools’ website. I hope that you find our website informative and easy to use and that it gives you an insight into life at Oldfield Park Infant School.
Oldfield Park Infant School is a community school for children from the ages of 4 to 7 years. The history of the school dates from 1878 and the school has a long tradition of serving the local community. Some families have been educated here for several generations! The school has an excellent reputation in the local community and everyone associated with the school works hard to provide a safe, happy and stimulating environment for the children. Children are cared for as individuals and are encouraged to achieve their best in all aspects of school life. Our latest OFSTED report (July 2015) judged Oldfield Park Infant School to be a good school with outstanding provision in Early Years.
We place great value on the positive relationships that exist between all members of our school community and encourage strong links between home and school.
Ours is a school where individuals’ needs are of paramount importance and we value each achievement that our children make. We are proud of Oldfield Park Infant School and warmly welcome visits from prospective parents.
Claire McMurtry – Headteacher
Why not take a moment to view the whole team working at Oldfield Park Infant School.
During our Goodies and Baddies theme week, we needed to help Goldilocks find out who had broken into her house! The culprit had left the house in a mess and stolen her bowl, spoon and porridge! When we investigated, we found finger prints, foot prints, a wig and a glasses case. We then had to…
Our topic this term is called ‘Snowflakes and Sparkles’. We challenged the children to create an igloo at home, using any resources in the house! We have been amazed by the imaginative projects that have come back in to school and the children have loved sharing them in class. We were even able to taste…
For our topic ‘Snowflakes and Sparkles’ the children were set the challenge of making an igloo at home. They could use whatever they wanted from around the house. Hopefully you’ll agree these igloos look amazing. The children have been so excited to share their igloos with the class. Frog Class was particularly excited to see…