At Ladygrove Park Primary School we expect your child to become a successful citizen of the next generation. We endeavor to give your child the tools which will enable this.
Children should grow up to be adults who are happy with the path they have chosen, be confident with learning for themselves, be resilient to always try their hardest to achieve then celebrate achievement and deal well with disappointment, knowing how to keep themselves safe and how to make the best decisions for their future/ where to go next.
At the school all the staff feel privileged to work in the field of education which is based on research about learning, always changing and being updated for the better. The children should enjoy this journey and feel ready for their on going career in education. They get this from social interaction, discovering their talents, experiencing everything, being resilient with challenges and making a contribution (no matter how small) to their community.
Children need to deepen their knowledge at every ability level- with a staff ethos which embodies high expectations and high nurture. Are you ready to engage with the school to make your child achieve their best?
If you would like a school tour, please contact the school office.
Andrew Markham, Headteacher
8.45am drop off
3.00pm pick up
Years 1 - 6
8.40am drop off
3.10pm pick up
After School Club finishes at 6pm
In school, the Headteacher, Mr Andrew Markham is the Designated Safeguarding Lead. Elaine Li-Koo, and Carly Clarkson (Deputy Headteachers, Deputy DSLs) are also trained to the same Designated Safeguarding Lead level. Queries or concerns can be directed to any of us and will be shared, confidentially, with the appropriate, relevant staff.
The safeguarding leads for Extended Schools are Anne Addison and Alex Meyer (co-Managers). All safeguarding leads are supervised by the Headteacher and senior leadership team.
All staff at Ladygrove Park Primary School are trained in safeguarding and/or specialist safeguarding.
If you have any concerns regarding the welfare of a child, please contact the staff named above via the school office or, out of school hours, please call Oxfordshire County Council's Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub MASH on 0345 050 7666.
The Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) enables the sharing of information between services so risks to children can be identified at an early stage. It is a link between schools, GPs, the police, ambulance service and social care.
If you have an urgent concern for a child call 999 or 101.
To see our safeguarding statement please click here.
Andrew Markham, Headteacher
Latest School Events
- Christmas lunches - Nursery + Reception11Dec2023
11:30 am - 12:30 pm @ All other children - packed lunches
- PC Ben Talk to Yr 1 + Yr 312Dec2023
9:00 am - 10:00 am
- School Tour - please book through the school office12Dec2023
9:30 am - 10:30 am