Welcome to St. Oswald’s
As headteacher it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our school website.
We pride ourselves on our excellent relationships with children, staff, parents, carers and governors. St Oswald’s is a thriving Catholic community, where everyone is valued and is given the best opportunity to achieve fully. Whilst academic achievement is very important, it must be balanced with the children’s social, moral and spiritual formation.
It is important to me that you, as parents and carers, have a voice and feel that school is approachable and welcoming and that any concerns you may have can be shared, so please never hesitate to get in touch.
Please take some time to peruse our fantastic website which is bursting with information and news.
If you are a prospective new parent, then please feel free to contact us to arrange an appointment to visit.
Mrs T Musgrove
Last Week’s Attendance
- Reception 92%
- Year 1 97%
- Year Two 99%
- Year 6 96%
- Year 3 98%
- Year Four 99%
- Year Five 98%
Consultation on Admission Arrangements for St Oswald’s RC Primary School, Wrekenton 2019/20
Where changes to admission arrangements are intended, all schools are required to consult before these are determined and published.
The consultation will run from Monday 4 December 2017 – Monday 22 January 2018.
A consultation response form is available by request from the school.
The governing body will consider all comments received before they determine the arrangements for 2019-20.
In science, year 4 are learning about Sound. Today we explored how sounds have different pitches as some sounds are high and others are low. We then followed instructions to make a set of panpipes exploring how the length of the pipe changed the pitch of the sound....read more
Today St Oswald's took part in Lots of Socks day. We all wore odd / funny socks at school and made donations to charity. Lots of socks is a fun initiative in the lead up to Down Syndrome Awareness Day on 21st March every year. Why socks? Well, because chromosomes...read more
Nursery had a very exciting morning as Martyn from Animal Stories brought lots of mini beasts into school for us to see. We were allowed to look at, touch and hold the different animals. He brought worms, giant snails, hissing cockroaches, a tarantula, a scorpion,...read more
Year 3 have been finding different ways of making a whole using items such as scissors, cubes, Smarties and Lego. Looking at the different parts that make up the whole have helped us understand...read more
Year 4 and Year 5 had a brilliant day in York visiting the Jorvik Museum. Matthew - I loved the trip. My favourite part was the museum. Jonah - I liked walking over the glass floor and looking at the things in the museum. I enjoyed dressing up as an Anglo Saxon Mia...read more