About Tyndale.

Tyndale Community School is the result of a dynamic partnership between two charities, Chapel Street Community Schools Trust and Oxfordshire Community Churches, bringing together local initiative and national expertise. We welcome people of all faiths, and none. You can read more about Chapel Street Community Schools Trust here.

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The Principal.

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Matthew Watt, Principal


My name is Matthew Watt and I am the principal of Tyndale Community School.

The school opened its doors for the first time in September 2013 and has since continued to grow in both reputation and size. In June 2015, the school was rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted. However, that is just the beginning of the story. We are now on the journey to greatness and would like to warmly invite you to join us as we continue to provide an excellent education for our children.

Our commitment to you is that every child who is enrolled in our school is able to fulfill their potential in life through their achievements, aspirations and access to a great education at Tyndale Community School. We believe that ‘Everyone’s a VIP!’ – which is why we, alongside our parents, are committed to developing every child’s unique skills and passions.

Caring, Creative & Fun.

Our vision.

We want to transform the lives of our pupils and their communities by helping them achieve their utmost, celebrate their talents and become the best that they can be.


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Focus on the whole person.

We focus on developing the whole person by not only concentrating on high academic expectations but also focusing on our pupil’s key life skills and personal and social development.


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Achieving potential.

We aim to build a life long love of learning in our pupils and a set of moral values that will enable them to make a positive contribution to the community and a rapidly changing society.


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We Are A Diverse Community.

We're enhanced by the rich cultural heritage of our school community. With a wide range of different nationalities and home languages, learning together and promoting community is a key element of life at Tyndale.


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Ethos and Values.

Chapel St schools are founded on the principles of grace, love and fellowship. We create inclusive learning communities where each individual is respected and valued.


Chapel St schools share a broad, generous and inclusive Christian ethos. We welcome children and families from all faiths and none, inviting everyone to work together towards the good of the whole community.


Recognising and investing in the value and potential of each pupil through personalised teaching and nurturing support, enabling pupils to enjoy and apply their learning to real life.

The creation of a culture of inclusion, acceptance, reconciliation, hope and freedom for each pupil and their communities.

Serving people of all faiths and none, providing a supportive, collaborative community that benefits and positively engages pupils, parents/carers and family members in the life and community of the school.

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Thank you for taking an interest in Tyndale Community School for your child’s education. Please do download a prospectus and arrange to come and visit the school. We'd love to meet you in person!

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