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Our school is a nut free zone. No nuts, nut products or anything made in factories containing nuts must be brought onto the school site or taken on school trips.

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Long Wittenham C of E Primary School

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Alison Bellingham

Our school is currently thriving and basking in the glory of excellent end of Phonics Screening Check, KS1 and KS2 results in 2019.  Our collaboration with other schools in the Didcot partnership as well as other colleagues ensures that our forward-thinking nature is of huge value to us as a small village school.  

Here at Long Wittenham we care about each and every child and the progress they make.  We are passionate about ensuring that every one of them does their very best to enjoy success and benefit from a rich cultural capital.  We see this as our privilege and responsibility to provide them with the very best opportunities we can.

Read my full Headteacher’s message here..

Alison Bellingham, Headteacher


Latest news: SIAMS report rates us as GOOD

I am thrilled to announce that our SIAMS report has been published and we are a ‘good’ school. I would like to thank you all for your huge contribution to our school and wish you all a very safe and happy summer Read the report here

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Our classes

Click on the buttons to visit the page for each of our classes.

Term dates 2019/20

Spring term:

Term begins for pupils: Tuesday 7th January
Half term: Monday 17th – Friday 21st February
Term Ends: Friday 3rd April (1.30pm)
View all dates for 2019/20 year

“We believe that both our boys are getting a really good education and are so pleased that you are steering the school so well.”

Parent, 12 Feb 2019

“Just wanted to thank you and all the teachers and staff at LW for providing an awesome school for our children!…  I’m so pleased our children feel safe and are being well looked after too! ”

Parent, 11 Feb 2019

“I just wanted to say that…the work you have put into LWPS generally, your collaborative and proactive approach to school leadership is exemplary! There were moments where I felt proud and felt I should feed this back to you directly.”

Parent, 19 Jan 2019

Forest School

All of our children now have forest school sessions as part of their school week. Years 1 – 6 have forest school once a week for half the year, while early years have forest school every week for the whole year. The children go to our Forest School site at the Sylva Foundation in the village, where they get involved with many aspects of the countryside setting.

Wrap Around Care: Breakfast Club and After School Clubs

We offer a Breakfast Club and After School Club, Monday – Friday, run by the school

Breakfast club is from 8am – no need to book!

After School Club is until 4.30 or 5.30pm. Book regular or ad hoc sessions by contacting the school office. Activities include homework sessions, art and crafts, cookery, book club, board games and more…

Childcare Vouchers are accepted for both Breakfast Club and After School Club.

We also offer after school activities on a termly basis, including Football and Gymnastics.

More information 

We are a nut free school.

Families please note that we are strictly a nut free school. Please ensure that no nut products are brought into school or included in packed lunches (even on school trips). Please also ensure that no nut products are consumed within the school grounds at any time of day. Thank you.

Equality statement

At Long Wittenham C of E (C) Primary School, we are committed to ensuring equality of opportunity for all pupils, staff, parents and carers irrespective of race, gender, disability, belief, sexual orientation, age or socio-economic background. Read the full statement.

New data protection regulations​

From 25th May 2018 there were changes made to the current data protection regulations (GDPR).  Long Wittenham Primary School regards the protection of personal data relating to staff, children and parents/carers as a very important matter.  ​On the school website, in accordance with best practice, we have published our updated data protection policy and Pupil Privacy notice.  The Pupil Privacy notice outlines the pupil information that we collect, hold and share including the lawful basis about how we use this information.​​ If you would like a printed copy of the data protection policy and privacy notice please do not hesitate to contact the school office.