Statutory Information

School contact details

Oakdale Primary School
Cheetham Hill Road
SK16 5LD

0161 367 9299


Admissions arrangements

All children starting Oakdale have Special Educational Needs (SEN) and enter school either under assessment arrangements or with an Education, Health & Care Plan (EHCP).

School admits those children who principally require a special curriculum focused on the key areas of communication, self-help, physical, social, and personal development.

Admissions are agreed in consultation with the Tameside Local Authority.

Ofsted reports

Information about Ofsted and reports can be found on our Ofsted page.

Performance tables

Please take a look at our Achievement Statement alongside School Performance data for more information about how our performance compares with national age-related expectations.


Curriculum information can be found in the curriculum section of our site.

Behaviour policy

School complaints procedure

Pupil premium

PE and sport premium for primary schools

Special Educational Needs (SEN) and disability information

Equality objectives

Our equality objectives are –

  • To promote spiritual, moral, social, and cultural development through all appropriate curricular and extra-curricular opportunities. We aim to meet this objective with particular reference to issues of equality and diversity.
  • To promote cultural development and understanding through a rice range of experiences, both in and beyond school.
  • To ensure that classroom and corridor displays promote diversity, race, gender, and ethnicity and staff support the learning needs of pupils.
  • Recognise and represent the talents of gifted and talented pupils and those with dual and multiple exceptionalities.
  • To ensure that positive attitudes towards men and women are promoted, and that stereotypes are challenged.
  • Ensure that all pupils’ voices are heard and that pupils have access to appropriate opportunities for progression.
  • Ensure that all parents, regardless of their individual circumstances, are supported to access information about their child’s progress at school.
  • Ensure that the governing body of the school reflects that of the wider community.
  • Ensure that all pupils can participate in extra-curricular activities, and that through them stereotypes are challenged.

Please contact the school if you would like further information.

Governors’ information and duties

Governor’s information and duties can be found in the governors section of this website.

Charging and remissions policies

Values and ethos

Read about our values and ethos on our dedicated page.

Requests for paper copies

Please contact the school if you require paper copies of any documents or information on this website.

Data protection

Our school Data Protection Officer (DPO) is Shane Williams of Global Policing Limited