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We welcome children, parents, carers and visitors to our happy, hard-working and harmonious school.

Our vision is of a truly exceptional education for our next generation. We aim to provide our children with an inspirational, engaging, ambitious and relevant curriculum that equips them for today and tomorrow. 

We try to ensure that our school is at the heart of the community, where everyone feels good when they walk through the door and where everything is done in the best interests of every individual child.

At Kingham, we endeavour to provide magical experiences, friendships and lifelong memories. We believe that teaching and learning should be exceptional with teachers knowing their students well and challenging all students, whatever their starting point.

I hope you enjoy exploring our website and I would urge you to visit us, to meet our wonderful staff and pupils, and see for yourselves what a very special place this is.

Nicholas Prockter

Tucked away off the corner of the village green, Kingham Primary School looks out over woods and open fields in the countryside of the Cotswolds.

As well as Kingham, Churchill and other local villages in West Oxfordshire within its catchment, the school serves a wider area, including the nearby town of Chipping Norton and parts of neighbouring Gloucestershire and Warwickshire, subject to the availability of places.

Kingham Primary School has around 200 children in seven year groups. There is also a Nursery class offering pre-school places to children from the age of three. The school is highly regarded by parents and is rated as outstanding by Ofsted. Although secular in outlook, it has links to the local church and welcomes children of any faith.

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Amongst many things we love about our teacher are her teaching style, enthusiasm, inclusion and engagement with all the children are her biggest assets.

Parent of a child in Year 3