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Owlsmoor Primary School
Cambridge Road, Owlsmoor, GU47 0TA, UK Sandhurst
+44 (0)1344 776642



Cambridge Road, Owlsmoor,
Sandhurst, Berkshire GU47 0TA

Telephone: (01344) 776642 Fax: (01344) 761479

Headteacher: Mr Richard Blackmore

Owlsmoor is a neighbourhood primary school serving the community of Owlsmoor, Sandhurst.

We are happy to welcome children from the local area and beyond.

We have accommodation for six hundred boys and girls aged between 4+ and 11 years in the main school and 52 part-time places in the nursery class.

The teaching staff is well qualified and experienced offering a wide range of expertise to support all areas of the curriculum.

At Owlsmoor we pride ourselves on being a 'caring school'. Central to our purpose is the happiness, well-being and educational success of each child.


Owlsmoor is a neighbourhood primary school serving the community of Owlsmoor, Sandhurst (including Heath Park, Claremont Wood and Claremont Heath).  When space permits, we are happy to welcome children from outside this area.

We have accommodation for up to six hundred boys and girls aged between 4+ and 11 years in the main school and 52 part-time places in the nursery class. 
The teaching staff is well qualified and experienced and offers a wide range of expertise to support all areas of the curriculum.

The school opened in 1974 with 117 children and has grown with the community to its present size.  Today, the children are taught in 16 mixed-ability age-based classes by enthusiastic and committed teachers, supported by a large team of support staff.  As a primary and nursery school we are able to provide total continuity of education through the first 7 or 8 years of education.



The term "curriculum" refers to all the learning that takes place within school.

At Owlsmoor all the children follow a broad and balanced curriculum.
In the Nursery and Reception year the children follow the Foundation Stage Curriculum and a a lot more besides.

The progress of each child through the National Curriculum is regularly assessed and monitored.
The children are formally tested at age 7 and 11 and the results
reported to parents.

Children are taught in ability sets for English and Maths in the junior classes and for some English
activities in the Infants.  This
enables us to focus our teaching more effectively and meet the needs of all abilities.

Many of the subjects are taught within topics.  The topics are planned to ensure that the work is presented in an interesting and challenging way. Wherever possible the topics present the material in a "real-life" way that is meaningful to the children.

All the work is very carefully
prepared and structured to ensure that each child progresses at a pace which is appropriate.  Not all
children develop at the same rate and some will progress through the curriculum at a faster pace than others. Care is taken to support and encourage those children who find work difficult and to "stretch" those who are more able.  We have
specialist facilities to support those children with special educational needs.

In addition to the teaching of the formal subjects we teach skills to enable the children to use their knowledge effectively and tackle new situations with confidence.

All children are required to undertake homework.  This progresses in duration and
challenge as the children move through the school.  All children keep a Homework Diary.

The National Curriculum comprises:  English, Mathematics, Science,
Design and Technology, Information Technology, History, Geography, Art, Music and Physical Education.

In addition, we teach Religious Education (according to the LEA Syllabus), Dance, Drama,Environmental Education, Personal and Social Education (including Sex Education) and Outdoor Education. Instrumental music teaching is provided by the Berkshire Young Musicians' Trust.


Extra-Curricular" activities are an important feature of school life and are offered during lunchtimes or after school. 

We offer a wide range of activities, often of a musical or sporting nature.  Sports teams play matches against other schools and our choir and orchestra sing and play in the community.  Details of the activities on offer are published termly and are available from the School Office.

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