Beckley School

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Beckley CE Primary School
Established 1895
Type Church of England
Religion Anglican
Head Teacher Miss C. Bishop
Location Church Street
Beckley, Oxford
England Coordinates: 51°47′52″N 1°11′11″W / 51.797773°N 1.186295°W / 51.797773; -1.186295
Local authority Oxfordshire
Students 150 (approx.)
Gender Co-Educational
Ages 4–11
Colours Navy     
Website [[1]]]

Beckley School is a Church of England Primary School[1] in Beckley Oxfordshire.


The original Victorian school was built in 1895 and is now used as the school hall. The current main school building was built in 1968 with new classrooms added in 1974, 1995 and 2009.[2] The school has playing fields that look out across Otmoor.[3]


The School has approximately 150 children [4] in 7 classes who come from the villages of Beckley, Elsfield, Horton-cum-Studley, Stanton St John and Forest Hill.Some children attend the school from Headington, Summertown and other areas of Oxford.


The 2014 Key Stage 2 SATS test results show 95% of pupils achieve Level 4 or higher in English and 95% of pupils achieve level 4 or above in Mathematics.[5]


  1. ^ ""Beckley School Website"". 2013-09-06. Retrieved 2013-09-06. 
  2. ^ "Beckley School Website"
  3. ^ ""BBC Website"". 1970-01-01. Retrieved 2012-08-30. 
  4. ^ ""Department for Education"". Retrieved 2012-08-30. 
  5. ^ ""Department for Education - Beckley School"". 2009-08-31. Retrieved 2012-08-30.