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Peace, courage & unity
We are proud to have achieved our Silver Games Mark in the Sainsbury's Games Awards
We are a caring, village school which promotes Christian values, where each child receives a high standard of education that is broad, challenging, exciting and encourages creative thinking.
We encourage every learner to be the best they can be, to reflect and plan the next steps in their learning journey, demonstrating a respect towards others and contributing to the communities of which they are a part.
Our vision at Buckland Cof E Primary School is “To be Outstanding”.
To be an outstanding school for our children.
Outstanding achievement, teaching, behaviour, safety and leadership.
Small school, big hearts.
Encouraging outstanding learning
Buckland is a small village school that values standards and achievement. We believe that each child is an individual and we seek to provide personalised academic, emotional, social and spiritual support for each one. We want our children to be spirited individuals who embrace challenge, think creatively, value achievement and strive to be the best they can be. We encourage each of our learners to take time to actively contribute to our community and to support others.
We provide a broad and stimulating curriculum, full of opportunities to excite and motivate our learners. This is complemented by a rich menu of extra-curricular activities which encourage children to carry on enjoying learning outside of the school day. We foster relationships built on mutual respect and care for each other. We are extremely proud of all that goes on here. When we do have concerns they are dealt with quickly and openly. As our website demonstrates, the children at Buckland are supported in their learning by dedicated staff, governors and parents. You are most welcome to visit and see what a special place Buckland School is.
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87% achieved a good level of development (48% average in Oxfordshire schools)
71% pupils met the phonic standard (65% national average)
End of KS1
- Point scores in reading, writing and maths were above national averages
- 29% achieved level 3 in reading and maths
End of KS2
87% achieved level 5 in reading (44% national average)
80% achieved level 5 maths (41% national average)
60% achieved level 5 spelling, grammar and punctuation (47% national average)
33% achieved level 6 maths
45% of children exceeded their expected progress in maths, 87% in reading and 45% in writing
Our SEN children achieved significantly better than their national counterparts and above national standards for all children.