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 95%
- Year One 89%
- Year Two 94%
- Year 6D 94%
- Year Three 99%
- Year Four 98%
- Year Five 94%
In celebration of Roald Dahl’s 100th birthday, on Tuesday 13th September, the children were invited to dress up as their favourite character from one of his books. As you can see the costumes were absolutely...read more
On Friday 30th September we are holding a coffee morning in school to support MacMillan Cancer Research. Please come along and have a coffee and a cake (or several cakes!) in support of the very worthy cause. Any donations of cakes / biscuits will be gratefully...read more
Today in our beautiful outdoor classroom, we started our topic about WW2 and how life has changed since the 1940s. We began by looking at the countries involved and their location on a map of Europe and the world. We also listened to Chamberlains speech and made a...read more
Please find below a link to an NSPCC guide for parents to keep children safer whilst playing on the app. NSPCC Parents’...read more
We had a really fantastic day finding out about many of Lord Armstrong’s inventions (hydro-electricity) and looking around his fabulous house. We made hydraulic cranes, a lemon barley drink and a water wheel (Archimede’s principle). ...read more
Mrs Martin’s class have enjoyed looking at ‘Pop Art@ and experimenting with colour and repeating...read more