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Overstone Primary School 

We are a small but growing village school with 6 classes, situated just outside of Northampton. Our school has a strong community feel and our pupils enjoy playing a prominent role in the local area through events such as our Harvest celebration where we collect food for a local food bank, hosting charity coffee mornings for parents and local residents and by entertaining friends, family and residents from the local area during our annual Rose Day celebration each June.

We are very proud of our local area and have an active School Council and Eco-Team who are always looking for ways to enhance and nurture our environment. Previously, they have planted trees and flowers, helped to improve our play facilities and they can also be found undertaking litter-picking both on site and out in our local area.

We believe that all children should enjoy learning and that they should achieve the best that they possibly can from their own starting points. We expect and encourage high standards of work and behaviour and we work hard to develop positive relationships in school to ensure pupils are prepared well for their future lives in modern Britain.

Enrichment activities are key to a broad and positive school experience for children and here at Overstone we provide a wide range of opportunities for children to enjoy both in and out of the classroom. We take part in regular sporting events, dance competitions, charity events and musical activities to name a few. High levels of self-esteem and confidence are aspired to for all our pupils.

We are an expanding school and are now able to welcome 30 pupils into our Reception class. This is exciting for us because whilst we remain relatively small, our strong community ethos has continued but our increase in size means that we have the capacity to offer an even greater range of exciting opportunities to our pupils.

We would love to show you around our school. If you would like to visit, please call the school office to make an appointment.

Stephen Casey

Head teacher