We would like to offer you a warm welcome to Combe Church of England Primary School. We are a small, rural primary school set in the heart of the beautiful countryside of West Oxfordshire. With around 110 pupils, we have a close-knit family feel that nurtures all pupils and allows for a sense of belonging.
At Combe, we encourage children’s natural curiosity in their learning. Through our creative and challenging curriculum, we ensure that children are active learners with high aspirations. We believe in ensuring that children receive a broad and balanced curriculum, where individual talents are identified and developed. Whenever possible, we love to incorporate the outdoors into all aspects of our learning.
Our school has a committed staff team who strive to reach high standards in everything we do, and this is further embedded through our successful relationships with parents and the local community. Education is best done in partnership between home and school, and we regard parents as an active partner in their child’s education and value their interest and support.
We would love to welcome you to visit our school. Please contact the school office to make an appointment – email Candida Checksfield on email@example.com
Mrs Rachel Joannou, Headteacher
The children have been fundraising for Sobell House Hospice. Swallows Class decided to challenge themselves by remaining quiet all afternoon. They had a lovely time communicating via whiteboard and mime. There was a lot... Read More
On Wednesday 31st January, the year 3 children visited Cokethorpe School for an exciting Art workshop. To start our morning, the children explored the question of ‘My future world’. They thought about technology,... Read More
Despite the terrible rain, Swallows Class had a fantastic time at Blenheim Palace as part of our local history topic. They were challenged by the WWII-inspired code-cracking, managing to decode the clues and... Read More
KS2 enjoyed our visit to the OCC Music Service Schools’ Concert at the Sheldonian Theatre. We were introduced to many orchestra instruments and treated to performances from the Little Mermaid, Fantasia and joined... Read More