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Welcome

Welcome to Light Oaks Junior school! We hope you will find what you are looking for on our website; enjoy looking around and please let us know what you think.  This year, we are working towards becoming an Emotionally Friendly School.  This means we are focusing a lot of our attention on our children's emotional wellbeing and helping them to stay healthy both physically and mentally.  We recognise that a child needs to develop good emotional wellbeing in order to have a successful and rewarding life as an adult. We are also focusing on making sure the teaching and learning in every classroom is the best it can be.  We have written a Teaching and Learning Policy which sets out the principles we all follow in the classroom and beyond.  The policy can be found below and includes our values and aims as a school:

Paper Copies

If there is anything on our website which you would like a paper copy of, please contact the office via our contacts page, or ask at reception.

Sainsbury's School Games Silver Award 2016

We are proud to announce that Light Oaks Junior School has received the Sainsbury's School Games Silver Award for our participation in school sport across the school for the second year running.  Well done to everyone who has been involved in sport and helped us to acheive this prestigious award!

This year, we are GOING FOR GOLD - so watch out for lots of exciting school sport activities across the school year!

Sainsbury's School Games Silver Award 2015

Latest news

Egg Competition

Congratulations to all the winners of our egg decorating competition.  All of the entries…

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Computing Roadshow

All of our e-cadets enjoyed visiting the A J Bell Stadium on Tuesday where they attended workshops…

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Egg Competition

Dont forget to bring your eggs in tomorrow - decorated as usual!  Photos of the winners…

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Pupil Quotes

I like Light Oaks because everyone is friendly and kind, and they make lessons fun.
Pupil, year 6
I like school because you get to meet more friends and you get to learn about numbers.
Pupil, year 3

 

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