The Topping Out Ceremony was today!
We had as super time looking at the building with Jason today.
Our Pupils performed in their Rock Steady Bands today- they were all awesome!
Our Courageous Advocates to Stand Against Slavery- Modern day slavery newspaper report
Our ‘Ground Breaking Ceremony’ took place on 22nd January 2019- Smiles all around!
Term Dates for 2019-2020- Please see link below. We have aligned with QEGS as all schools who feed into the local secondary school do.
Outstanding Phonics Results
To day we received a letter from Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP congratulating us on our Outstanding achievement in the 2018 Phonics Test Results. 97% of our children passed the test; either reaching or exceeding the pass mark. This places our school in the top 6% of schools in the country. This is thanks to the hard work and dedication of our staff and pupils whose enthusiasm, energy and engagement enables everyone to Grow and Learn together.
A Whopping £973.00 raised at the Summer Fair! Thank you to all who helped organise this super event and for all those who took part and came to support. Well done everyone!
Rolls Royce engineering workshops
Today the year 2 and 3 class were lucky enough to take part in a workshop with engineers from Rolls Royce to learn all about the engineering industry and the skills required to be successful in this line of work. The children had great fun participating in a variety of drama activities including creating freeze […]Read this story
Dance festival rehearsals
Today Year 3 visited QEGS where we worked with Miss Hambly to choreograph our routine for the Dance Festival coming up in April. We had loads of fun learning our dance to the tune of ‘I’m a believer’ from Shrek the Musical.Read this story
Christmas Fair Amount Raised!
Wowsers!!! The amount raised at our annual Christmas fair was £1116.00. Thank you to all who contributed by helping, providing gifts, coming to it and generally having lots of fun!Read this story
Odd Socks Day for Anti-Bullying Week
the children and staff at St Oswald’s put on their brightest and wackiest odd socks today in support of Anti-Bullying week. The message behind this year’s campaign is that Odd Socks Day gives everyone a chance to express their individuality and show that everyone is unique. The children have also been learning in their classes […]Read this story
Cross Country superstars 2019
Awesome performances in this years 2019 cross country race. Well done to everyone who took part! Well done to Dan and Noah first boys in their races!Read this story