Welcome to Offa's Mead Primary Academy...

Getting the best start in education is so important. We create a safe, happy and caring environment, where all children are valued, encouraged and supported to achieve their best in all areas of learning and development, whatever their individual needs. As part of the Academies Enterprise Trust (AET) we strive always ‘To make our best better’.

As a GOOD school (OFSTED June 2014), we are lucky to have a talented, caring, committed and enthusiastic team of staff and Governors, who work together to provide our children and their families with a range of exciting and engaging learning opportunities to help them become independent, confident lifelong learners.

This website will give you a glimpse into Offa’s Mead’s life. We hope you find it useful but if you require any further information, have any questions or would like a Guided Tour from our PLT (Pupil Leadership Team), please do not hesitate to contact me. Click here to read our recent OFSTED report. 

We are nearly full in most year groups, see our admissions page for more information. Each new starter will receive a purple Academy jumper so they feel part of the OMA TEAM (Together Everyone Achieves More) as soon as possible.

Thank you.

Mrs Clare Greene

Head Teacher



Latest News

  • Red Nose Day Menu A special Menu chosen by Year 6 pupils for Red Nose Day
    Posted by Clare Greene
  • New dining tables! We tried out our new tables and stools on Friday. Of course they are purple! We are now just waiting for our new  'TOP TABLE'. 4 children will be chosen ...
    Posted 28 Feb 2015, 05:35 by Clare Greene
  • Chinese New Year As part of our celebrations Y2, Y3/4, Y4/5 and Y6 all took part in ribbon dancing on Thursday and all classes enjoyed food tasting. 
    Posted 27 Feb 2015, 01:25 by Clare Greene
  • AFF Excellence for Forces Children Award We are entering the Academy for the Forces Children (Service Premium) award. Please could any parents who are willing to endorse the award provide their name and email address to ...
    Posted 25 Feb 2015, 01:48 by Clare Greene
  • World Book Day- Thursday 5th March- Dress-up details! The authors for each class are listed below along with some ideas for costumes. Miss Hall’s class – Eric Carle (The very hungry caterpillar, The very busy spider) Miss Binns ...
    Posted 25 Feb 2015, 01:54 by Clare Greene
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Head Teacher's Welcome

Mrs Clare Greene

Head Teacher


Diary Dates

Music tuition for Mrs Adams' class- the Ukulele- Tuesday afternoons

Swimming Mr Hook's class- Wednesday mornings

Thursday 5th March- World Book Day

Friday 13th March- Red Nose Day- uniform and fun up your face, art and talent competitions  - Special Red Day Nose Lunch - ROUND food

Thursday 19th March- KS2 Art workshops

w/c 23rd Mar - Experience Easter visits to Church

Friday 27th March- last day of term. Pupils finish at 1:30 p.m.

27th March- remaining residential deposit to be paid

Parent meetings- learning and progress w/b April 20th (after next assessments) details to follow


Quote of the Week

If I was to be given money for CHinese New Year, I would give it all to charity- Paige Y3