Kings Oak Primary Learning Centre

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 Welcome from the Headteachers


Welcome to Kings Oak Primary Learning Centre.  We are proud to be an Ofsted Outstanding school at the heart of a community that is passionate about educating young people.  Our centre strives to provide the best opportunities to support the development of every child from three to eleven and promotes learning for everyone for life. We believe in forming strong partnerships with our community and providing an excellent service to enable every family and young person with the greatest opportunity to improve their life chances. We are committed to promoting positive mental health and emotional wellbeing to all pupils, their families, staff and governors. We hope your child will be happy, safe, achieve and enjoy the time they are with us in our Centre and that our children become well-rounded citizens in our community and the wider world. We aim to provide first quality learning and teaching experiences, through a creative curriculum, for your child to ensure they are equipped with the vital skills, knowledge and understanding to live in a forever changing world.

We welcome your cooperation in providing your child with every advantage for development within school and value parental support. Positive relationships are the key to success.

If anyone has any cause for concern about a child’s welfare or progress, we aim as soon as possible to work together with the appropriate agencies to secure your child's well-being.

We feel privileged to be the headteachers of Kings Oak Primary Learning Centre and be entrusted with your children. The team at Kings Oak Primary Learning Centre are committed to ensuring your child receives the best all-around education possible.                                                                                                                                                                                        


Mrs A Wilks

Miss J Meiner

Upcoming Events

Latest School Calendar Events

Takeaway Theatre in School- Beauty & The Beast11Dec2023

1:45 pm - 3:00 pm

Year 6 Trip to National Coal Mining Museum13Dec2023

On the day of their visit, children should come to school through the cloakroom doors at 08.30am for early registration. Children will need to be in full school uniform with sensible footwear and a suitable coat. We will travel to the Coal mining museum by Coach with Globe coaches. The children should be back in school at approximately 3.15pm.

Family Reading14Dec2023

8:40 am - 9:00 am

Family Reading is back!! Family Reading is to take place on Thursday mornings starting on 14th September. We encourage as many parents, carers and grandparents to come in to school to enjoy a book with the children for the first 20 minutes of the day/session (8.40-9.00am for most families). Please come along to read to your little one and their friends – it could be a story book, a quiz, some poetry or a magazine. Every week, we will put the children’s names are into a hat and a prize of a book and chocolates can be won. If you have more than one child, simply pick a classroom and take all the children along together. Don’t worry if you’re a parent who works on Wednesday morning, as at the end of each term we will do a special prize draw for all the children who read regularly with parents at home and who fill in their reading records.

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Latest Newsletters

  • 05 Dec 2023

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  • 05 Dec 2023
    Barnsley's Only Rugby League Club

    Please see attached flier for further information regarding a new sports opportunity for your child.

  • 01 Dec 2023

    You may be aware that measles is currently circulating around the UK with cases being found in Barnsley and Sheffield. With this in mind, Barnsley SAIS have been asked to catch up any school aged children who have had fewer than 2 doses of the MMR vaccine.

    Please see attached for further information.