Oakfield Primary

Parent Information

SATs Information 2022/2023 Academic Year

When are the 20223/2024 SATs tests?

Key stage 1

KS1 SATS Parents Guide

It is recommended that the key stage 1 tests (optional) are administered during May 2024.


May 2024

Key stage 1 test recommended period (optional)

Week commencing Monday 10 June 2024

Phonics screening check week

Year Six SATs

Key stage 2

KS2 SATS Parents Guide

The key stage 2 tests are timetabled from Monday 13th May to Thursday 16th May 2024.


Monday 13 May 2024

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling – Paper 1
Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling – Paper 2

Tuesday 14 May 2024

English Reading

Wednesday 15 May 2024

Maths Paper 1 (Arithmetic)
Maths Paper 2 (Reasoning)

Thursday 16 May 2024

Maths Paper 3 (Reasoning)


Every day of school helps your child enjoy and achieve. Good attendance provides better chances and more choices.

Local Authority Attendance Guidance

Oakfield Attendance Guidance for Parents

Is my child too ill for school?

Managing Specific Infectious Diseases

Information on term time holidays

Below is a link to the GOV.UK website outlining the arrangements for taking children out of school during term time for holidays.

School Attendance & Absence

If you have any queries or concerns regarding attendance and absence, please contact Mrs Terentiak (School Attendance Officer) or Mrs Chafer (Learning Mentor).

Parent Helpers

We want you to feel relaxed and confident when you come in to help.  If you have a particular expertise that you can offer please let us know.  We only allow helpers into school following a DBS check.

Parent Helpers Guidelines


Flu Myth Buster

School Meals at Oakfield Primary

Starting Primary School for the first time is an important and exciting step for your child. Schools are ideal places to encourage children to eat healthy options so at Oakfield Primary School is supported by the fully trained catering staff in the preparation of healthy and tempting menus that meet current nutritional guidelines.

The aim is for children to have a pleasing, positive education experience where they can enjoy healthy food in a safe and nurturing environment. The school menu is a single choice menu, offering vegetarian or a meat meal. The menu is offered on a week cycle, changed each term. Variations to this menu occur when the school are supporting specific themes such as Road Safety Week or celebrating calendar dates, such as Yorkshire Day, Diwali or Bonfire Night.

Parents can make payment for school meals via the internet. Login details are available once your child has been admitted to the school. The cost of a meal is £2.20.

During the lunchtime break the children are supervised by 8 midday supervisors.

Where children prefer to bring a packed lunch to school, a beaker of water is provided, but children can bring an alternative drink in a plastic bottle or paper carton. At Oakfield Primary we pride our self in promoting healthy eating and therefore do not allow fizzy drinks, drinks in glass bottles, energy drinks, chocolate bars or sweets in packed lunches.


In December 2014, The EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation (EU FIC) came into force.

As a school we will be required to keep records of all allergens used in school to which children could come into contact.

School’s catering team now need to provide information about 14 allergenic ingredients used in the foods that are provided within the school. Food allergens cannot be removed by cooking that’s why it is essential to check and ask for allergen information to make sure that the food your child eats is safe for them.

Food allergens can be life threatening. If your child has a food allergy, the only way you can manage it is to avoid the foods that make them ill. Please speak to a member of our school catering team if you have any concerns about the food that your child is eating at school.


Key stage 1 children receive a piece of fruit or vegetable, provided by the local authority, each morning break.

Key stage 2 children are invited to bring a healthy snack, consisting of a piece of fruit, vegetable or 2 plain biscuits. In order to support the School’s Healthy Eating programme, confectionary such as chocolate bars, chocolate coated biscuits, savoury snacks such as crisps or sweets will not be allowed.

School Menu

Free School Meals

If you think that your child may be entitled to free school meals please contact NLC, housing and benefit office. An individual request must be made for each of your children.

View this link to find out more about ‘Free School Meals’ and how to apply. For further information, or support with your application, please do not hesitate to come in to school and speak to a member of staff.

Universal Free School Meals

From September 2014 all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 will be eligible for Universal Free School Meals.

However, we would kindly ask you to still apply for Free School Meals, should you be entitled if you are in receipt of one or more of the listed benefits:

  • Income Support (IS).
  • Income Based Jobseekers Allowance (IBJSA).
  • The Guarantee element of State Pension Credit.
  • An income-related employment and support allowance.
  • Support under part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999.
  • Child Tax Credit, provided they are not entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual income (as assessed by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs) that as of 6 April 2010 does not exceed £16,190.
  • Working Tax Credit -during the four-week period immediately after your employment ceases, or after you start to work less than 16 hours per week, your children are entitled to free school lunches.
  • Universal Credit – Please view information on Universal Credit.

School Clubs

Before and After School Clubs.

After School Clubs

We have a range of activities that we can offer to our students. Learn new skills and have fun!

After School Clubs

Breakfast Club

Our Breakfast Club is now running every morning from 8.00am – Please could you contact the school if you would like your child/ren to attend select what day/s you would like your child/ren to attend, we can then generate registers. It’s important that the school has been contacted before attending.

We have taken on board everthing you have said and have decided the following:

* The Breakfast Club will start at 8.00am and finish at 8.45am ready for the children to start school.

* The food that the children will be offered are : Cereal, Toast and Fruit. Drinks will be Milk, Water or Juice.

* The cost of Breakfast Club is £1.00 per day. Could all money be paid through Parent Pay as cash cannot be accepted at the office.

In order for the correct amounts of food to be bought, no bookings will be taken after noon on the Friday before.

Multicultural Club

Science Club

Recorder Club

Guitar Club

Pupil Voice – Out of school clubs

School Council devised a set of questions to ask children who attend out of school clubs.

Question 1: Do you enjoy the club and why?

Musical Theatre: Yes, because you get to act and perform.

Street Dance: Yes, because we get to dance and it’s fun.

French: Yes, because you learn a new language in a fun way.

Young Voices: Yes, because I like to sing and make friends.

Gymnastics: Yes, because you get to learn new stuff and it’s fun.

School Council: Yes, everyone appreciates your ideas and we get to fundraise for the school.

Question 2: What inspired you to join the club?

Musical Theatre: I like performing and making people happy when I sing.

Street Dance: It’s a good form of exercise.

French: Madame Delcourt and my friends.

Young Voices: I’ve always loved singing and it’s something new in school.

Gymnastics: Friends and watching gymnastics on the television.

School Council: Having the opportunity to help the school. Talking to other children who have been previous school council members.

Question 3: What would you change about the club?

Musical Theatre: I would like it to be on more days.

Street Dance: Nothing.

French: Nothing.

Young Voices: I would like it to be on more days and in the hall.

Gymnastics: Work on more pieces of equipment.

School Council: More team games at the start of the meeting.

Question 4: How long have you been doing this club?

Musical Theatre: Some children have been attending the club since it started and for some children it’s their first time.

Street Dance: 2 weeks – new club just started.

French: Some children have been attending French club for 3-4 years and for some children it’s their first time.

Young Voices: Since September – first time for all children.

Gymnastics: Since September – first time for all children.

School Council: For some children it is their first time and for others their second time.

Question 5: What is your favourite thing about the club?

Musical Theatre: Singing lots of songs from different musicals, dressing up, putting on a performance for parents.

Street Dance: The dance teacher.

French: Learning how to speak French and meeting new people.

Young Voices: Singing for fun and adding actions.

Gymnastics: The warm up and developing new skills.

School Council: Running stalls at fundraising events and thinking of ways to improve our school.

Question 6: Are you putting on a show or performance?

Musical Theatre: Yes, for parents and the school.

Street Dance: Maybe for parents at the end of half-term.

French: No

Young Voices: Yes, at Sheffield Arena in January.

Gymnastics: No

School Council: We will do an assembly later in the term.

Question 7: Are you putting on a show or performance?

Musical Theatre: Yes, for parents and the school.

Street Dance: Maybe for parents at the end of half-term.

French: No

Young Voices: Yes, at Sheffield Arena in January.

Gymnastics: No

School Council: We will do an assembly later in the term.

Question 8: Would you recommend this club to your friends?

Musical Theatre: Yes, most definitely!

Street Dance: Yes

French: Yes

Young Voices: Yes, it’s a great experience!

Gymnastics: Yes

School Council: Yes, it’s a great opportunity to represent the pupils of our school.


We have a school uniform which we expect all children to wear daily. Our uniform gives our children a sense of pride and belonging.

Oakfield Primary School uniform is Royal Blue in colour. We have a logo version of our uniform that can be purchased at either My Clothing Online, or locally at Shahs on West Street in Scunthorpe, including some local second-hand retailers. If you prefer to have a non-logo uniform you can purchase these at the Supermarkets.

The children wear a generic white polo shirt or shirt / blouse, blue school jumper or cardigan, with grey or black trousers / skirt / pinafore dress. Tights should be black or grey. Sensible shoes should be worn at all times and should be black. Boots can be worn to school during the winter months or in cases of bad weather, but children must change into school shoes as boots can be uncomfortable for the children when sitting on the carpet for any length of time.

Please ensure that all clothing is clearly labelled with your child’s name (shoes as well), and that items of clothing are checked regularly as repeated washing often fades the label.

In Foundation, for our outdoor areas we provide wellies, waterproof jackets and trousers, which help protect your child’s uniform when playing in the messy areas!

What should my child wear for P.E?

Your child will take part in a weekly dance / games / gymnastics lesson where a full change is necessary. Children are required to wear a coloured T-shirt of House, black shorts and plimsolls, all these items can be purchased locally or online. Please tie long hair back and ensure that stud earrings are removed or covered with a plaster before the session. We advise anyone wishing to have their ears pierced to have this done at the beginning of the summer holidays.

What should my child bring to school?

Your child needs a book bag and a water bottle. Flavoured water can be consumed, but this must be still, not fizzy. Your child’s book bag and water bottle need to be clearly labelled with their name.

You can now purchase Oakfield Primary School uniform from the My Clothing link below. Thank you!


Information and Guidance

We take e-safety very seriously. Every year group in school is taught e-safety as part of the curriculum, learning about the following examples:

What to share and what not to share.
Using e-mails safely.
Keeping passwords secure
Safety using apps and websites where photos are shared.
This is not an exhaustive list and shows some of the items we teach.

We do appreciate however that sometimes what we teach does not always make its way home. Our children are aware of and use a variety of apps which could pose potential risks. The numbered links show where you, as parents/carers, can get extra information should you like to find out how you can ensure your child’s safety online while at home.

Setting Parental Controls

01. Think You Know

Interactive activities included as part of the guidance.

02. Childnet

Includes guides on how to set up safe searches, change Facebook privacy settings and much more.

03. Vodafone Parents How to Guides

Guide on new Apps and sharing of pictures.

04. NSPCC Preventing Abuse/Keeping Children Safe

Guide on Apps and sharing of pictures.