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Ocker Hill Infant School

Gospel Oak Road, Tipton, West Midlands, DY4 0DS

01215561119 OR

We are now open for all of our pupils.

 Ocker Hill Infant and Nursery is part of Sandwell's Operation Encompass. This is the early reporting to school when a child has been exposed to Domestic Violence and Domestic Abuse. School can then monitor the child and provide support if necessary. 

If you are a victim of Domestic Abuse or know someone who is; School can provide a wide range of support.

Speak to the Designated Safeguarding Lead; Mrs Rebecca Strange for further information. Please find our revised Child Protection Policy linked to COVID-19 in policies and safeguarding. 

COVID-19_Checklist and risk assessment September 2020.pdf

Stay safe!


Welcome to Ocker Hill Infant and Nursery School

 Ocker Hill Infant and Nursery School...

The children, parents, Governors and staff of Ocker Hill Infant and Nursery School are a community which brings about change.

Mission Statement

A love of learning gives you wings


Ocker Hill Infants and Nursery School provides a safe, stimulating environment where all children are emotionally healthy, successful lifelong learners who contribute positively to society.


C - collaboration

H - happy and safe

I - independent individuals

L - love of learning

D - drive and resilience

R - respect and responsiblility

E - emotional well being

N - nurturing




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Morning families 

Hoping that you are all well and keeping safe...

Public Health England have sent some information for parents with children returning to school...

For parents.... Please see the document above.




Morning Families. 

Hoping that all is well; the following message has been sent to all Sandwell Schools on behalf of Sandwell Public Health.

Important! COVID-19 message for parents


There has been a rapid rise in COVID‑19 cases across Sandwell. The virus has NOT gone away. Please stick to social distancing and self‑isolation guidance.


If you have to go out, maintain a distance of 2 metres from other people, wear a face covering, use hand sanitiser or wash your hands with soap and water regularly and as soon as you get home.


If you experience symptoms, you must self‑isolate at home and get tested. Anyone in the household must also self‑isolate. Doing this saves lives.


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