Welcome to the Oxford Diocesan Schools Trust

I’m delighted to welcome you to the Oxford Diocesan Schools Trust (ODST.) The Trust was founded in 2012 from a commitment to excellent education for academies in the Oxford Diocese. ODST has now grown into a large family serving over 3500 pupils and their families and communities.

We support schools right across the diocese, which covers Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Milton Keynes. An ODST school is a special place, which values its individual identity and serves its local community. We want
every person in our schools to know that are uniquely valuable.

We believe in the transformational power of human relationships. By building effective relationships between our schools in hubs and by encouraging our schools also to play their fullest part in the existing networks to which they belong, we believe that we can work collaboratively to raise attainment and ensure schools get better together. 

In the same way that we are committed to the highest professional standards from our staff, we ensure that all our schools have high aspirations for their pupils, not just in the key curriculum areas but in those wider aspects of education that ensure our young people leave school fit to be caring and effective citizens in the world of tomorrow.

ODST is a place where all are welcome; for both CofE schools and community schools, for staff and pupils of all faiths and none, where academic excellence abounds and where pupils and staff are enabled, valued and encouraged to become outward looking, resilient learners and professionals.

Anne Davey
CEO, Oxford Diocesan Schools Trust
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School News & Events

Outstanding result for St Luke's, Maidenhead

St Luke’s CE Primary School in Maidenhead has been rated ‘Outstanding’ following a recent Ofsted inspection. The inspection team reported that the school ‘is a haven of tolerance and respect… a calm, caring, and friendly place where everyone feels valued’ and praised the ‘exceptional’ school leadership and governance.


North Leigh CE School continues to be a Good school

HMI praised the leadership team for maintaining the good quality of education in the school and establishing a culture of high ambition for pupils’ academic and personal development. Ofsted noted that the school provides a clear focus on achieving the highest quality of teaching and learning.

Good Ofsted result for St Peter's Church of England Middle SchoolSt Peter's, Old Windsor

Congratulations to St Peter's Church of England Middle School in Old Windsor, who are celebrating a 'Good' rating at their recent inspection. Ofsted praised pupils' exemplary conduct, the work of the headteacher and staff in making improvements, and the role of the ODST in supporting the school. 

Flats for teachers
We are delighted to annouce that with the support of the CSMV Trustees at Wantage we have six high quality newly appointed apartments available for teachers at affordable rent. Located in the beautiful area of Wantage and within communtable distance to Oxford and the surrounding area.

Oxford Diocesan Schools Trust Continues to Grow

We are very happy to announce that in February 2017, Leafield Primary School joined us. A warm

ODST Annual Service

During February 2017, ODST Head Teachers and Governors attended an annual service at Christ Church Cathederal, Oxford.

A Good Result for St Christopher's CE Primary School

In January 2017, St Christopher's CE Primary School achived a 'good' result following an OFsted inspection. Congratulations!                                                                                                                      

Church House (Oxford) ODST Registered Office:
Church House (Oxford),
Langford Locks, Kidlington
Oxford, OX5 1GF

01865 208 200


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