For health information and advice regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit the NHS website: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
If you're worried a child may be struggling with their mental health or has anxiety about Coronavirus (COVID-19), the NSPCC have provided some advice to help you support them.
Northamptonshire County Council have released some guides relating to Online Safety. Parents/carers may want to consider creating an Online Safety Agreement (PDF format - 352 KB) with children to help manage their time online.
National Online Safety have also released some guides relating to suggested apps and games.
At Greatworth School we aim to provide the very best education for our children through a broad and balanced curriculum which will give them the skills, knowledge, understanding and attitude that will enable them to become happy and successful learners. They will receive teaching of the highest quality and will work in a rich and stimulating environment which will give them many opportunities and experiences. We aim to encourage our children to have respect and consideration for others, to value equal opportunities for all and to work hard and do their best every day.
At Greatworth School we provide an inclusive environment that inspires a love of learning and our children are encouraged to be confident and reflective learners who are positive, creative, thinking and caring individuals who see their future as full of possibilities and opportunities. We believe that a happy child is a successful child. In School we ensure that all our children enjoy a healthy lifestyle both physically and mentally. Our School is at the centre of the local community and we encourage our children to have pride in their community and heritage and to play a full and active part in it. We also make sure that our children are well prepared and ready for the next stage of their educational journey in a positive and confident manner.
Each class has published their curriculum overview for Spring 2020. Please visit the Parents page to download these.
We have recently published some data relating to standards achieved by our school.
We have produced the following poster (PDF Format - 1.2 MB) which will be displayed in the school. Click on the thumbnail to download.
Visit our Safeguarding section for further resources/information.
The Chair of Governors has provided an update on the progress on school priorities and the important work of the PTA.
A new year brings a new team to Willow Class. We have been able to reorganise the team to improve our provision for children in Reception, Years 1 and 2. We welcome Mrs Charlotte Delvalle to the team who will job-share with Mrs Wendy Souter
Kingswood Catering started supplying our school dinners in January 2020. Meal menus and ordering is available directly from their website. A guide for Parents (PDF Format - 1.1 MB) and Spring 2020 menu (PDF Format - 471 KB) can also be downloaded.
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The Pre-School are introducing an additional option to their after-school session which will run from 3.30pm until 4.30pm. They continue to offer the existing session of 3.30pm to 6pm. If you would like to book your child onto any of these, please let Clarissa or Emma at Pre-School know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01295 713514. They also allow for 'adhoc' booking should you need to make use of any of these sessions at short notice.
Information about how our school has performed can be found on the GOV.UK website at School performance tables and Ofsted reports.
Situated in the heart of a beautiful village, 8 miles from Banbury and 4 miles from Brackley, our school is passionate about ensuring that all our boys and girls and supported and challenged, ultimately achieving their personal best. Our learners enjoy outdoor learning in a rural setting and small class sizes mean that we can provide individual support and guidance.