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♦ Monday 1st May Bank holiday, school closed ♦ Tuesday 2nd May 8.50am-9.10am Soft Start for parents and children in classrooms ♦ Wednesday 3rd May Photographer to take class photos

A Message from our Headteacher

Oak Farm Infant School is a day school for boys and girls, aged between 3 and 7 years. Our school is set in spacious grounds, surrounded by hard playing areas and fields with mature trees and an environmental area. The Nursery is part of the Infant School and is set in a separate building with its own play area.
Oak Farm Infant School aims to provide a welcoming, lively and stimulating atmosphere in which young children may grow, feel secure and realise their full potential at their own speed. This welcome extends to our parents and carers too. The teaching staff use the best of current educational practice to provide an interesting and balanced curriculum. Acquisition of the basic skills is considered to be extremely important.
We aim for the children to enjoy their time in this school, make good progress and grow up with a positive self-image and respect for individuality. We work toward developing children to think for themselves and feel for others.
Oak Farm Children's Centre is part of the Infant School and is set within the main school building.
Please explore our website and contact us if you would like further information.

Mrs C Shasha 


Embedded Calendar

Soft Start - Tuesday 2nd May

Soft Start for parents and children in each class with a range of activities to take part in

30-hour childcare
From September 2017, working parents will be entitled to receive 30 hours of free childcare for their three or four year old child (from the term after their child's third birthday).
The additional hours will be available where both parents are working (or the sole parent is working in a lone parent family) each parent earns at least the equivalent of 16 hours a week at the national minimum or living wage and less than £100,000 a year.
To prepare for the introduction of the new entitlement, a consultation is being held to see what demand there will be for this childcare provision. Your responses will help to inform the planning that will be done to prepare for this.

Please click on the link below to respond to the consultation:

Contact Us:

Address : Windsor Avenue, Hillingdon UB10 9PD • Infants telephone: 01895 234375 • Nursery telephone: 01895 271425​ • Email :

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