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Ogbourne St George and St Andrew C E Primary
High Street Ogbourne St George, SN8 1SU Marlborough
01672 841318

Welcome to our School !

Ogbourne C. of E. School is situated in the centre of Ogbourne St. George, a small rural village of some 400 inhabitants, four miles north of Marlborough. The catchment area for the school comprises the parishes of Ogbourne St. George, Ogbourne St. Andrew, Ogbourne Maizey and Rockley. Consideration is also given to children from other parishes. Transport to the school may be provided for children living outside Ogbourne St. George but within the catchment area.

Originally founded in 1862, the school was rebuilt in 1974 in its own grounds, in a modern design. The atmosphere of the school is purposeful and friendly, emphasising the importance of the individual and consideration for others in the school, at home and in the community. We feel the ethos of our school is all-important, and we endeavour to create a very caring environment, in which we are concerned for each individual child.

School Aims, Ethos & Organisation

Ogbourne St George and St Andrew Primary School is a Church of England Voluntary Controlled school. We aim therefore to serve the community by providing education of the highest quality within a context of Christian belief and practice. We encourage an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith, and promote Christian values through the experience they offer all pupils.


Teaching & Learning


Personal Skills

Teaching pupils to become independent   Encouraging honesty
Teaching pupils to be resourceful   Promoting respect for others
Equipping pupils with the necessary skills to become effective learners   Developing moral values and a sense of social responsibility
Teaching pupils to be effective communicators   Teaching pupils to work cooperatively
Instilling a joy for learning   Teaching pupils to adopt a healthy lifestyle
Promoting creativity and problem solving   Encouraging a sense of self-worth
    Teaching pupils to be reflective

The school at present is divided into three classes. These three classes embrace the primary age range 5 to 11. At the age of 11 most children normally transfer to our local secondary school, St. John's Comprehensive School, Marlborough. We have strong links with St John's and organise a series of planned visits prior to the transfer. Children not attending St John's will have the opportunity to visit their new school, wherever it may be.

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