Oldhill Community Primary School

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Tyssen is a Community Primary School. This means it is regulated by the local council and not influenced by business or religious groups. The reception intake is for 60 children per academic year. 

The breakfast and after-school clubs

The school runs a breakfast club from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. and after-school clubs from 3:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. five days a week during term time. After-school clubs include active and sports options, creative and musical options, and life skill options. At these clubs, the children can have fun, make new friends, and develop skills interests, and talents. 

Find out more about Oldhill Community School breakfast and afterschool clubs here. 

Support for children with additional needs and disabilities

The government has asked schools to provide information about support for children with additional needs. SEN Information Reports (SEN - Special Educational Needs) are intended to tell you the practical day-to-day approach taken within each individual school. They should be written in a way that is helpful, clear, and meaningful for parents.

Please see the following Hackney Local Offer articles What is a school SEN information report?

Oldhill Schools School SEN Information Report is linked to below. 

Autism Resourced Provsion

Oldhill Autism Resourced Provision (ARP) is one of the resourced provisions in Hackney.
The purpose of the resourced provision is to support autistic children in the long term to access most of their learning in a mainstream class.

Find a video of the ARP and the ARP handbook on the school's website here. 

SEND Local Offer

Local Offer Age Bands
Primary 4 -10
SEN Provision Type
  • Universal
  • Targeted
Schools SEND Information
Oldhill School SEN Information Report

Who to contact

Contact Name
Jackie Benjamin
Contact Position
 020 8806 4130  020 8806 4130
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Where to go

Oldhill Street

N16 6LR

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Time / Date Details

Time of day
  • Morning
  • Afternoon
Session Information
Term time only

Other details

What to do if you have a complaint

If you have any feedback for the school, then talk about it with your child's teacher or the school SENCo. 

If you are not happy with their response and wish to make a formal complaint ask the school reception for the school complaints procedure.  More information on school complaints can be found on Hackney Education's website - Schools Complaints Procedure

Ofsted Information

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Inspection history
Inspection History
21/03/2023School InspectionGood

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