A message from Mrs Oldham - School Reopening 8/3/2021!


Remember we are providing remote learning for all children, you can access their home learning on the Pupil Activities menu or for information and support please use the Information and Support section visible to the right on a computer or below on a smaller device or phone.

School Updates

Welcome back letter from Mrs Oldham

pdficon large Welcome back 8th March 2021

pdficon large Welcome back 8th March 2021 - Slovak


Please find below our Risk Assessment intended for the wider opening of schools on 8th March 2021.

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Letter from Director of Public Health, Sheffield, outlining the measures they have put in place.

pdficon large Greg Fell, letter to parents 04/03/21

 sheffield student council logoBack to School Safely information


Head of Schools Welcome

As the Head of School, I am pleased to welcome you to Owler Brook Primary School. I hope you enjoy visiting the website and find the information useful. The website should help you, whether you are looking for term dates, to see what is happening in school or if you are just wanting to get an insight into life at Owler Brook Primary School.

Owler Brook is part of the Cascade Multi Academy Trust. A local 4 school MAT in the north east of Sheffield.

Our aim is to provide a quality education for all of children through a broad, rich and balanced curriculum. We aim to inspire our children to enthusiastically achieve their best and enjoy becoming lifelong learners. At Owler Brook we provide an environment where children feel safe and happy, supported by the whole school community. We celebrate diversity and creativity, recognising the skills that every child has. We warmly welcome parents into the life of the school and work with the whole school community to instill a sense of belonging and ownership and guide our children to be responsible citizens of the future. We recognise the strong importance of partnership between home and school. As such, building strong relationships with our parents, alongside high expectations and quality teaching and learning, will help our pupils realise their full potential.

Should you wish to discuss anything further please do not hesitate to contact the school.

Mrs Kit Oldham, Head of School

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School Letters

Welcome back letter from Mrs Oldham

pdficon large Welcome back 8th March 2021

pdficon large Welcome back 8th March 2021 - Slovak


Letter from Director of Public Health, Sheffield, outlining the measures they have put in place.

pdficon large Greg Fell, letter to parents 04/03/21

 sheffield student council logoBack to School Safely information


Return to School

Letter to parents from Mrs Sue Bridges.

pdficon large Return to school on March 8th 2021

pdficon large Return to school on March 8th 2021 - Slovak


Online Reading

Did you know you can now access reading books online. Click here to find out how.


Letter to parents from Labour Councillor and Cabinet Member for Education and Skills Cllr Abtisam Mohamed and John Macilwraith Executive Director People Services Portfolio. 

pdficon large Parents letter 18/01/2021


Latest News

"Parents are confident that their children are safe and well looked after in school."
"They value the support that the school gives to its pupils and their families."
"They praise the school for the work it does to bring all communities together." 
(Ofsted, 2019)