Be Connected

Our middle name is 'community'. That's the simple truth.

If you live locally, send your child to our school or work with us on projects we view you as being part of our community. However, being in a community means staying connected. There are a range of ways in which we stay connected with people and areas of our school which we would love for you to plug into, whether or not your child attends our school.

The three main ways to be connected is through accessing our calendar and newsletter to see what events are coming up: click on the image below for more information.

Friends of Tyndale School (FOTS) is an organisation of parents, carers and staff that encourages closer links between home and school. As a member of the school community you are automatically a member of FOTS but you can choose to be as involved as you like. FOTS are involved in fundraising for the school and also host social events to help the school community to bond. These have included the Winter Wonderland, Soup and Sparklers and the Summer Fete (to name a few). FoTS have their own website.

Tyndale Community School and its partners are creating foodboxes which are designed to feed a family of four for seven days. These foodboxes are packed at Tyndale Community School and are then delivered each week by volunteers and members of staff.

If you would like to donate, volunteer, need a box or need to refer someone for a box, please visit this webpage

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Matt Watt on BBC Radio Oxford sharing about the foodboxes.

Tyndale Community Gospel Choir started in September 2019 and they had their first concert the following Christmas after hours of practice. It is made up of parents, Oxford citizens and people who love to sing.

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Listen to 'Oh Happy Day' Live in Concert

Tyndale Community School offers a wide range of workshops for parents. Please check the school newsletter and parentmail for courses.

Some of the workshops we have hosted over the last year:

  • E-Safety
  • How to support your child in maths
  • Supporting your child's mental health
  • The parenting course