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Pegasus Primary School

Pegasus Primary School

Our primary school is a large urban school serving a large estate in Oxford. We have around 500 children taking them from age 3 to age 11. We also run family activities and services and pre-school groups for the most vulnerable. We serve an area of socio-economic disadvantage, in the bottom 10% of our country.

We have developed an innovative approach to the curriculum, recognised as outstanding by Ofsted (our inspection regime) always working on a thematic basis.

We have developed our outdoor learning with several exciting projects including keeping chickens, Forest School, and growing our own vegetables for our school dinners and our to use in school run community café, both on allotments in our school grounds and in local community allotment site.


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