The building which houses Oakwood School was originally constructed as a secondary school in the late nineteenth century and only became the village infant school in 1977.
This traditional red-brick building is adjacent to the historic Oak Common in Hartley Wintney. It has extensive grounds which provide both a play area and a learning resource for the children.
The school has nine classrooms and a central courtyard where the children are able to study environmental science at first hand. The classrooms are spacious, light and airy and provide a pleasant working environment for pupils and staff. Each class has its own access to pupil laptops and iPads and the school has a well-stocked library.
Our school hall provides ample space for P.E. lessons and is large enough for parents to come and watch assemblies and musical productions, which are highlights of the school year. Music plays a large part in the life of the school and children have the opportunity to play recorders and a wide range of percussion instruments, as well as joining in local schools’ music festivals.