We encourage individuality and diversity in our Boundary Oak community and this is evidenced by the vast range of clubs, societies, activities and trips on offer.

Our extensive co-curricular provision allows pupils to learn new skills and find their passion and is something we really encourage them to get involved in. This aids our young people to find out what really makes them tick and what brings them joy beyond academic study. Our co-curricular offering is always growing and adapting as we aim for our pupils to be able to make the most of their time here.

Boundry-Staff1016-150x150Headmaster, James Polansky aims to create an educational environment that is happy, supportive and constantly improving. Academic excellence combined with individual expression and creative activity makes Boundary Oak School a thriving and highly motivated community to be part of.”


Sport and physical education take place most days with afternoon team fixtures for all pupils in Year 3 – 11 occurring each week. Being outdoors in the fresh air and exercise are something that is promoted well at Boundary Oak with pupils enjoying up to 12 hours of time dedicated to sport or games each week.



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