Welcome to Bishop Carpenter CE Primary School and thank you for visiting our website.
We are a small, rural school on the outskirts of Banbury in North Oxfordshire.
Through a balance of focused challenge and support, we pride ourselves on developing children who are confident, resilient individuals with a thirst for learning. Our dedicated staff are committed to providing a wide and varied curriculum where our children can discover their particular abilities and talents. Through positive influences and a Christian ethos, our commitment is to develop the whole child.
I hope you will enjoy browsing our website to get a flavour of our amazing school; I do warmly invite you and your family to come and see us in action by arranging a visit to our school
We look forward to meeting you
24/7 Mental Health Helpline for Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire
Adults: 01865 904997.
Children and young people: 01865 904998.
A 24/7 mental health helpline has been launched to take pressure off 111 for mental health advice in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
The round-the-clock helpline will make it quicker and easier for people in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire to get the right advice they need for their mental health.
It will operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week and temporarily takes pressure off 111 for people who need mental health care when their situation it is not life threatening.
Like 111, people can call when they need to find out when and where to get help and to access support from mental health professionals.
During office hours, people who already use mental health services should contact services directly using the numbers in their care plan.
The line will help the public get the right mental health advice for people of all ages including children and older adults.
Adults: 01865 904 997
Children and young people: 01865 904 998
The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Mental Health Helpline is being launched by Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, which runs local mental health services, with support from Oxfordshire Mind.
The helplines will operate during the coronavirus pandemic to provide people with specialist mental health care as 111 receives an increasing number of COVID-19-related calls.