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Welcome to Light Oaks Junior school!

We hope you will find what you are looking for on our website; enjoy looking around and please let us know what you think.  This year, we are working towards becoming a Rights Respecting School in partnership with UNICEF and continuing to work towards the Gold Emotionally Friendly Schools Award.  This means we are focusing on our children's emotional wellbeing and helping them to stay healthy both physically and mentally, and making sure all of our pupils know their own - and respect each others'- rights.  We are also focusing on making sure our curriculum delivers good progress in all subjects, and that teaching and learning in every classroom is the best it can be by using research to inform how we teach children.  We are also looking again at our behaviour policies in school to make sure that everyone is treated with respect and dignity.

Zandra Wilkinson (Headteacher)

PE School of the Year Award 2019

We are proud to announce that Light Oaks Junior School has received the Salford Sports Network Primary School of the Year Award. We are now representing Salford at the Greater Manchester Awards, where we are competing against both Primary and High Schools across the region.  Watch this space for details!  Well done to everyone who has been involved in sport and helped us to acheive this prestigious award!

Sainsbury's School Games Gold Award 2017

Paper Copies

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Latest news

Parents' evenings coming up

Tuesday 12th & Thursday 21st November.  Appointment times will be coming out soon.

Outdoor Classroom Day

Thursday is outdoor classroom day - every class will be learningin the great outdoors, so make sure…

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Science Week

This week we are doing lots of science with experiments designed by each class and a visit from the…

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Pupil Quotes

I like Light Oaks because everyone is friendly and kind, and they make lessons fun.
Pupil, year 6
I like school because you get to meet more friends and you get to learn about numbers.
Pupil, year 3
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