Children in Need
Come dressed in you Pyjamas for £1 on Friday to raise money for Children in Need, bring in 50p extra and you cna have your hand or face painted with Pudsey!Read this story
Healthy Lifestyles- Food For Life with Arla
We had a super visit from Arla who spoke to the children all about the way our food is delivered- from the milking of the cows, to the collection of the milk, to the factories and then to our shops! An amazing process. We tasted the food and sat in the Arla lorry! […]Read this story
The sun was shining for our annual Open Day- it was wonderful to see so many new faces and lots of interest in our school. To apply for a school place please visit the Derbyshire County Council website and click the link for Admissions. The admissions round for the 2018 intake will open in November. […]Read this story
Fundraising for Macmillan £300 raised!
Well done to Lorna Taylor who organised a fantastic Macmillan Event raising £300 for the superb charity. Thank you to all who donated cakes and donned something green!Read this story
The whole school were inspired by a theatre group who performed Alice in Wonderland. The Key Stage 2 children have been using the text by Lewis Carroll to develop their own writing skills. This piece of theatre inspired the whole school.Read this story
Prince Edward’s Royal Visit!
What a privilege for our children to meet HRH Prince Edward the Earl of Wessex. Riley and Oskar represented the school, presenting Prince Edward with a special souvenir of the Ashbourne Treasures.Read this story
The Celebration Opening of St Oswald’s Primary School
On Friday 22nd September Ashbourne Mayoress Denise Brown, officially opened our school as St Oswald’s C.E. Primary School. Councillor Spencer, Mick Betteridge, Rev Duncan Ballard, Rev Carolyn McDonald, past members of staff visited the school along with pupils and parents.Read this story
Cross Country…… Passion, stamina and resilience!
Mr Sears and Mrs Wood were extremely proud of the effort the children displayed last night at the QEG’s annual Cross Country event. The Year 1, 2 and 3 children showed grit and determination as they ran the course. Well done to all the children who took part and to all the parents who supported! […]Read this story
What a privilege!
On Friday a group of pupils had the privilege to meet one of the greatest Olympians, Sir Steve Redgrave at QEG’s. Following a motivational talk, Sir Steve Redgrave allowed the children to hold and look at his medals.Read this story
Roald Dahl Day
The Key Stage 1 and 2 children looked amazing as they all came to school dressed as their favourite Roald dahl Character. Which is your favourite? Roald Dahl has inspired so many adults and children through out the ages and continues to do so! Take a look at the photos on the ‘Gallery’.Read this story