Welcome to Finstock School! 

We hope you enjoy finding out about our school from exploring the website.  We will be releasing a brand new-look website very soon so watch this space!

“Finstock Church of England Primary is an inclusive, caring community  where staff lead by example to create an ethos of respect, courtesy and compassion”

Siams report June 2017


We are proud to announce that we are the first school in Oxfordshire that has been awarded the Learning Outside the Classroom Bronze Award !!


Thank you to FoFS for funding our amazing ‘One World Week’


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“The School’s core values of ‘Challenge, Respect, Inspiration and Belief’ are instrumental in creating the caring learning environment that allows pupils to grow, both academically and personally”  SIAMS Inspection June 2017

Finstock Church of England Primary School is a place where tolerance and understanding have a high priority and where Christian values and principles are quietly adhered to. We provide a seamless education for children from the age of three until they leave primary school aged eleven.

Click here to find out more about our Ethos and Values



Keeping children safe is at the heart of everything we do.

Laura Dodgson-Hatto is the Designated Safeguarding Lead for the school, and Racheal Coombes is the Deputy DSL.

For more information on what these roles mean, please follow NSPCC Role of Designated Safeguarding Lead

For how to report a safeguarding concern about a child, please follow NSPCC What you can do to report abuse


OFSTED September 2013:

• Pupils have positive attitudes to learning throughout the school and so achievement is therefore good. The work undertaken in classrooms and in pupils’ books gives a consistent picture of individuals making good progress from their starting points.
• There is a very positive atmosphere for learning in all classrooms, built on excellent relationships between teachers, pupils and teaching assistants.
• The quality of teaching is always good and occasionally outstanding.
• Pupils have a clear sense of right and wrong. This is because the school is effective at promoting equal opportunities and refuses to tolerate any form of discrimination.