Fair Oak Infant School

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History of our School

Fair Oak Village School was built in 1867 and was located in the village square, opposite the oak tree and next to St Thomas’ Church. It was attended by children of all ages.  In later years, the school split in to infant and seniors.  The seniors were initially taught where Fair Oak Infant School now is, and the infants in the original village school.  In the 1950s, senior school children travelled to Eastleigh by bus to the annexe of Barton Peveril Grammar School.  The infant children moved to Fair Oak Infant School.  In 1962, Wyvern School opened and the seniors were taught back in Fair Oak.  The original Village School was demolished in 1962.

 

We have five log books documenting events within the school from 1902 to 1994, these are currently held with Hampshire County Council Archives, but we are able to share these with you.

 

Our first three books are available to view now.  Further books will be available shortly and the website updated.

 

We hope you enjoy looking through our log books.  We welcome any comments you may have or if you would like to share any stories with us.  Please email adminoffice@fairoak-inf.hants.sch.uk (please include your name and your consent if you would like your comment or stories published on our website).

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