Telephone: 01905 424878
Fax: 01905 339326
Headteacher: Lee Card
Oldbury Road


Please click on the links below to view each policy.

School based policy

Paper versions of all school and CRST policies can be requested from the school office

Accessibility plan

Anti-Bullying policy

Attendance & Absence policy

Behaviour policy

Charging and remissions


Educational Visits policy

Exclusions policy

First Aid Policy

Health & Safety policy – local arrangements

Pupils with Health Needs Attendance policy

Religious Education (RE) policy

School Dog policy

Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC) policy

Supporting pupils with medical conditions policy

Uniform Policy


Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Statement – 2022-23

Pupil Premium Tiered Approach

Sports Premium

Sports Premium Grant Final Report 2021-22

CRST Policies

Link to Central Region Schools Trust (CRST) policies page


Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy 2022-23

Early Help Offer 2022-23

Looked After Children Policy 2022-23

Online Safety – Local Arrangements 2022-23

Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND)

For any SEND enquiries, please contact a member of the Inclusion team via the school office. 

SEND Policy 2022-23

SEND Information Report 2022-23

Oldbury Park Graduated Response 2022-23

BritVal2Oldbury Park Primary School supports the British values of Democracy, The Rule of Law, Individual Liberty, and Mutual Respect and Tolerance for those with different faiths and beliefs. We believe that this approach fully complements our values and ethos.   Our daily assemblies play a crucial role in embedding these values within the school ethos. We take part in specific activities to promote these values. The School and Eco Councils are elected by the children and play an active role in the decision making in the school. Our children are empowered to choose which charities they raise money for. We actively monitor children’s attitudes and behaviours and have robust procedures for identifying issues and taking action. All staff are trained to identify potential problems, such as radicalisation, and understand reporting procedures where pupils or staff fall short of our expected standards.   Staff work closely with parents, carers and other professionals to make sure that our children are happy, well cared for and enabled to learn the skills they need to live a fulfilling life as part of our community.

British Values Policy 2021