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Nov 13 2016

Remembrance Day »

All pupils attended a special Remembrance Day assembly and members of Kingsgate Class laid a poppy wreath at the monument.

Posted by: Ms Wilson Categories: Kingsgate, School Events

Sep 21 2016

Jul 4 2016

School Fair 2016 »

Thank you to all of the Friends of St Oswald’s School and staff for arranging our school fair.  Thank you to EVERYONE who attended.  The total raised is £995.39.

Posted by: Ms Wilson Categories: Friends, School Events

Jul 4 2016

Message from our neighbourhood policing team »

Durham Neighbourhood Policing Team are carrying out a community engagement exercise (Bear on Tour Roadshow) on Monday 11th July 2016 from 4pm – 5pm with the Rajasthan Heritage Brass Band (Durham Brass 2016) assisting us to deliver key safety messages in St Oswald’s School and also the park (we’ll also be using St Oswald’s Institute if the weather not so good).  This is a very exciting and rare educational opportunity so please do come along and enjoy.

 

Please see below link for your perusal

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrNcGPj9x-Q

Posted by: Ms Wilson Categories: School Events

May 27 2016

Bike Day »

We have enjoyed an excellent bike day!

Click here to see Dunelm Class’ Bike Safety Posters

Posted by: Ms Wilson Categories: Dunelm Class, School Events

Mar 22 2016

Easter Egg and Bonnet Winners »

There were so many beautiful and creative entries.  Well done for all of your hard work.  Here are some of our winners!

 

 

Posted by: Ms Wilson Categories: School Events

Sep 30 2015

School Open as Usual - 1st October »

We are happy to say that the school (including Nursery and Sunshine Club) will be open as usual tomorrow, Thursday 1st October.

Posted by: Mr Handy Categories: Priority Alerts

Sep 30 2015

School Closure - 29th and 30th September 2015 »

Due the plumbing problems we are currently experiencing, the school will remain on Wednesday 30th September 2015.  An update will be posted at 3.30pm today.

Posted by: Mr Handy Categories: Uncategorized

Sep 28 2015

School Closure »

Due the plumbing problems we are currently experiencing in school the school will remain closed tomorrow morning.

The school will reopen in time for the afternoon session at 1pm.

Posted by: Mr Handy Categories: Uncategorized

Jun 4 2015

Building Work »

Last year, if you recall, our building work was completed in readiness for September 2014. Unfortunately due to funding restrictions, some of the work had to be postponed until further funding was available.

We now have this funding and the following work will now take place:

· A room built next to the library which is to be used as break out teaching space;

· Rendering of the toilet block and replacement of the soffit boards and guttering;

· Replacement of the obsolete hall and library heaters;

· Levelling of the paved area next to the kitchen.

We had envisaged the work to commence in the summer holidays, however, the builders need to proceed now or will not be able to start until September. In view of this I have agreed with the builders that the following procedures will take place:

· Nursery gate and part of the Nursery playground will be cordoned off to enable the work to take place:

· Entrance to Nursery will be via the main school gate for morning and afternoon pick-ups and drop-offs;

· Lunchtime drop-offs and pick-ups will be made via the main school entrance door, where a member of staff will ensure you are greeted;

· No drilling of the foundations will take place until after 3.00 pm (roughly 3 days of work). At this time, Sunshine Club will relocate to a different part of the school in order to avoid the noise;

· The work will end during the second week of the summer holidays;

· Sunshine Club will operate as normal during the holidays but may operate in a different part of the school;

· The building work is mainly external and a full Health & Safety audit has taken place in order to ensure that the children will remain safe during this period;

· The same builders (VEST) are completing the work, so we are assured of a totally professional job with the least disruption to school.

Thank you for your help and support during the period when the building takes place. I am sure those of you who were around when the main school was being remodelled will be able to reassure parents that the whole process was carried out with the least disruption to our children and their families.

Hopefully this should be the final part of the puzzle and our beautiful building will be complete (apart from playground markings which are also due to be replaced).

Please do not hesitate to contact me should you have any worries or concerns.

Mrs G. Harrison,

Head Teacher

Posted by: Mr Handy Categories: School Events