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%
What a great day we have had at Whitehouse Farm! Everyone was really brave and either stroked or held lots of different animals. There were mice, rats, rabbits, guinea pigs, skinny pigs, a millipede and a lizard. Nancy (our guide) was very impressed with our knowledge...read more
Today was graduation day for our older Nursery children. Afterwards they enjoyed a show by ‘Magic...read more
Today Reception reflected on their favourite memories from our year. We have had a great time and the children did a fantastic job of their performance. Olivia S – “I liked doing the singing.” Lewis – “My favourite part was watching our...read more
Reception have been learning about Fairtrade. We brought in some ingredients and made lovely chocolate brownies. We are going to tell our mams to buy Fairtrade food when we go shopping. Harvey – “I liked watching the chocolate melt.” Faith –...read more
What should have been a trip to the beach, turned out into a slightly different day. We were all ready with our buckets and spades and swimming costumes but the weather had other ideas! Due to the torrential rain we took a detour into Newcastle and visited the Great...read more
On Friday, Year 4 enjoyed tasting and comparing different types of chocolate as part of their Mayan topic. After researching the origins of the cocoa bean, we had great fun trying to work out the flavours and ingredients to lots of different varieties. Rhys –...read more