In line with government directive, Broad Oak Community Primary School has now closed to all pupils from Monday 23rd March 2020.   Provision is in place for certain pupils identified by government criteria – this is available from 7.45 am (payable breakfast club) to 3.15 pm each day.  Please contact imorse@punnettstown.e-sussex.sch.uk for details. We will need 48 hours notice to try to put provision in place.

All pupils working from home have work set for them and staff will continue working to update this over the coming weeks.  Please check out the classes tab and look for remote learning for further website links and ideas.  For pupils with out internet access, please contact your class teacher for further learning activities.

If you have any concerns for your health, or that of your children, please contact NHS 111.

Please remember that Childline is always able to help with any safeguarding concerns at https://www.childline.org.uk/ or phone 0800 1111.  Please also see our safeguarding policy under the parents tab/policies for other contact details on the front page.

Welcome to
Broad Oak Community Primary School

Broad Oak Community Primary School is possibly the best kept secret in the Heathfield area! Situated in the heart of Broad Oak it has extensive, and varied grounds, with a field opposite for sport, play and forest school provision. The team of staff are enthusiastic and supportive of all children, and their parents and carers. Prized by the community, the school brings an ethos of respect and dedication, promoting life-long learning skills such as perseverance and courage.

"The executive headteacher leads the school well and has brought about many recent improvements. She is ably supported by senior leaders, governors, the local authority and the federation." - Ofsted 2018

In Partnership We Grow & Learn Together; Love & Care, Respect & Friendship

We are a small rural school, and children learn in a warm and inviting atmosphere. The curriculum is well pitched, creative and exciting, using cross curricular and cross phase learning opportunities, the National Curriculum is delivered in an innovative way.

"The school provides a safe and caring learning environment." - Ofsted 2018

The site is spacious, with every area being used effectively to promote good learning habits for all ages and levels of learning. Areas around the school, such as the vegetable patch, wild garden and reflective space allow children to enrich their learning beyond the classroom.

"The school's work to promote pupils'personal development and welfare is good" - Ofsted 2018

Pupils and staff work productively together, in a quiet and nurturing environment where every child is known, and there is time to discuss and discover. Many visits take place out of the classroom which further engage the pupils, and respond to their interests and aspirations. We are here to provide an excellent education for children through the whole day – from Breakfast club to after school club! Come along and see for yourself.

"Pupils behaviour is good and and pupils enjoy school" - Ofsted 2018

We have high expectations of all our pupils for their work and behaviour and we work hard to ensure everyone achieves their very best. We want your child’s time at Broad Oak to be happy and exciting as well as educational.

We are very happy to receive you as a visitor at any time to our school, so come and find the real story behind this best kept secret!

With warmest wishes

Inez Morse
Executive Headteacher

Claire Kinsella
Head of School