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We welcome all children and celebrate our diversity. We aim to provide the best possible support to enable every child within the school to reach their potential, whatever their ability.

Confidence in a good school comes from knowing and understanding what is happening within it. We hope that by regular contact with school through educational and social functions, parent/teacher consultative meetings, regular newsletters, open days and by visiting that you will soon come to know all the members of the school team.

We firmly believe education is a three way partnership - child, parents and school.  For this partnership to be maintained, it is essential for all three to work together.

The School has an “open door” policy to parents.  You are welcome at any time and teachers actively encourage parental help in the classroom.  If you are able to help in any way, (reading, art and craft are just a few examples), please contact your child’s teacher.  All adults that regularly help in school will be subject to a police check to ensure the safety of the children.  An “open door” policy does have disadvantages in that the person you wish to see may not always be available.  Before and after school, teachers may be involved in meetings, clubs or classroom preparation, though every effort will be made to accommodate you.  However, if you wish to talk at length, it is probably best to make a mutually agreed appointment with your child’s teacher.

Parent/Teacher consultations are offered on a regular basis from 9.05 to 9.20am or 3.25pm  Please make an appointment with the class teacher.  If you are unable to attend at these times, other times will be offered.  Written reports are issued to parents during the summer term.

Regular meetings with child, parent and teacher to set targets, encourage a sense of purpose and an opportunity to celebrate all that the child has achieved.


Applications for Oakley C E Junior School need to be made through Hampshire Admissions.  Please take careful note of any closing dates.  Once your application has been made to and accepted by Hampshire County Council, a start date will be agreed between our school and yourselves.  You will then receive formal written confirmation of your place from our school, along with accompanying paperwork and information about our school.  Our Published Admissions Number (PAN) for all years is currently 67 children.

Prior to making an application, we suggest that you make an appointment to visit the school and to meet the Headteacher.


Click on the links below for further information about Admissions / Appeals

If you require any further information about the school admissions process, please contact Hampshire County Council in the first instance:

County Admissions Team
Children's Services Department
The Castle
SO23 8UG
Tel: 0300 555 1377