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Learning and growing together

Welcome to St Oswalds C of E Primary School website

As a Church of England School we embrace the Diocesan vision and want to ensure our children enjoy life in all its fullness providing experiences rooted in faith, love and hope. Our vision of ‘Learning and Growing Together’ reminds us that we nurture the tiny seeds which grow into the mighty tree as Jesus describes in the Kingdom of Heaven as individuals and the community so that we can provide for others (Parable of the Mustard Seed- Matthew 13)

I am extremely proud to lead a team that is so hard working and committed to all the children at St Oswald’s; nurturing every child to reach their full potential within a calm caring environment. It is my belief that we should provide a learning environment in which parents, staff, Governors and the Friends of St Oswald’s work in partnership to improve outcomes for all our children. Together we can support our children to develop skills to become independent lifelong learners and responsible citizens, who are respectful, resilient and compassionate.

Above all we strive to encourage initiative within a happy, healthy and safe environment where all achievement is valued and celebrated. Our reward systems enable the children to achieve their own personal best whilst recognising good behaviour, manners and being a good citizen. Further to this we deliver a broad and balanced curriculum that enables children to explore, ask questions and be innovative. It is one which promotes challenge and enables children to make a positive contribution towards their own learning experience.

Latest school news and updates

  • Odd Socks Day

    Today, St Oswald’s took part in the national Odd Socks Day campaign ran by the Anti-Bullying Alliance to mark the start of Anti-Bullying week. We celebrated how we are all unique and equal and this week we’ll be continuing to learn about how we can prevent bullying in our school community and the wider world.

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  • Thank you key workers!

    Year 3 have been busy writing letters to thank our wonderful key workers who have worked and continue to work tirelessly through the pandemic. They are hanging up on the railings at the front of school so come and take a look.

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  • First News Free Subscription

    First News is a newspaper aimed at children aged 7 and above. They are giving free access for a limited time. Their newspapers are brilliant for children and a great source of non-fiction reading. Free Downloadable Issue

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