Throughout the school year, the children, staff and parents at Oatlands school will support a variety of local, national and international charities. Below is an overview of some of the charitable work we have done recently.

lmr.logo  Leukaemia & Myeloma Research UK

Our Year 2 classes have been instrumental in choosing to support this important charity during the summer term 2021 as they have a classmate who is currently undergoing treatment for Leukaemia.  If you would like more information about what they do.  Please go to their website


Happy House - Children of Watamu

Happy House1Since 2011, we have been sponsoring 2 children via the Happy House (Children of Watamu) charity. Happy House provides a safe home for over 100 vulnerable children in Kenya as well as schooling for a further 380 children from nursery through to secondary school.  We are currently sponsoring 2 girls: Diana and Elizabeth and receive regular updates about their progress and achievements. For more information about Happy House, please visit their website


 Spurgeons Children's Charity

Spurgeons LogoIMG 7400Each Christmas the Oatlands PTA and the school community work with a local children's charity to donate gifts, toys and festive food items to local families in need.  We were delighted to be able to hand over several car loads of donations to Spurgeons this year.  Thank you Oatlands Parents.

Supporting our local Foodbank

FoodbankEach year, at our Harvest Festival, we collect food items for distribution to the local community foodbank.  This year we supported the Runnymede foodbank (which covers the Weybridge area) with an amazing 208.25kg of donations.  Thank you to all our wonderful Oatlands families for their incredible generosity. If you need support from the Foodbank please click here for more information.


Cancer Research

CancerResearchLast spring our Mini Marathon was run to raise money for Cancer Research in memory of a Reception parent who had sadly passed away earlier in the year. We were very proud to be able to write a cheque for £772 for this worthy cause.