The Oakwood Charter
We behave the Oakwood WayWe are all friendsWe are respectful to everyoneWe are politeWe help each otherWe come to school every dayWe are on timeWe do our homeworkWe sit quietlyWe are focusedWe concentrateWe try our bestWe never give upWe are successfulWe wear our uniform with prideWe are Oakwood
And say - Oh Lord! Increase me in my knowledge.
Our Mission StatementOakwood Primary School aims to promote moral and academic excellence in a caring and secure Islamic environment, providing opportunities for the realisation of our children's fullest potential.
Aims & Objectives
Oakwood Primary School is a one form entry primary school for boys and girls established as a charitable organisation in 2007. We teach the National Curriculum, Islamic studies, Quran and Arabic and permeate an Islamic ethos throughout the curriculum.
Our aims are: To provide a safe, purposeful and supportive environment To develop a professional and well-run school; To provide a balanced and comprehensive curriculum drawing on Islamic knowledge and incorporating the National Curriculum; To Foster a sense of self-esteem and respect for others To promote moral and academic excellence, whilst developing children’s spiritual needs, so that they are better equipped to meet the challenges and responsibilities of adult life To enable each child to develop their full academic, social and physical potential To equip every child with the necessary skills and experiences to contribute towards the betterment of their communities and our society as a whole; To encourage and promote good behaviour, courtesy and discipline in children in every aspect of the school’s activities; To Value cultural diversity and the richness of the school community To foster the invaluable Muslim character, as epitomised by the Prophet Muhammad, (SAW) in the growing personalities of our children; To teach respect towards all members of society and impart knowledge about their beliefs and customs, recognising the great number of values and aspirations we have in common. To providing experiences that are stimulating, challenging and enjoyable To develop self-discipline and a sense of social responsibility To encourage a sense of wonder, spiritual awareness and responsibility for the world around them To recognise parents as partners in their child's education and welcoming the contribution they make to the life of the school