Welcome to Saint Osburg's Website!
Year 6 Residential Visit To Dol-y-Moch!
Year 6 pupils, accompanied by Mr McHugh, Miss Squires and Miss Hughes had a fantastic time during their residential visit to Plas Dol-y-Moch in North Wales. I was delighted to hear of their impeccable behaviour and willingness to fully participate in all activities and aspects of the visit. I was also very impressed that they were all back in school on Thursday! Well done children and thank you to the staff who gave up their own time to give the children this wonderful experience. We look forward to hearing all about it during the Year 6 assembly next Friday (6th December) at 9am. Parents are most welcome to attend. Please check out the gallery section of the website to view the photos.
Anti Bullying week.
As wonderful as it is, the internet can be a dangerous place. Watch this short 90 second video produced by three year six children and follow their three rules! Enjoy.
Bake Off 2013!
Thank you very much to everyone who supported the Cake Sale organised by the Fundraising committee of our school council
today for Children In Need. Combined with the sale of Pudsey headbands and key rings we have managed to raise £265 with
more to add on following the after school cake sale - we are hoping to pass the £300 mark. Thank you to all those who were involved! Check out the gallery section of our website over the next few days as we add photos from the baking, selling and eating of the delicious cakes.
Conkers Tournament on the JD Show!
After an extremely busy eight weeks, half term is finally here! I would like to thank all the children and staff for their hard work this Autumn term so far and I hope that everyone has a relaxing and fun filled break. I particularly hope that all children will make sure they are enjoying any seasonal festivities in a safe and sensible way! This week we are also saying goodbye and good luck to Mrs Batson as she starts her maternity leave and prepares to welcome her new baby into the world. We can't wait to hear all about the new arrival.
The football and netball season are both underway. The netball team have got off to a flying start and the football team are improving all the time. If you want to keep right up to date with the latest fixtures and results then please access the 'Out of Class' section of the website. Alternatively, click here
for the football page or click here
for the netball page. Both pages contain a link for the live league table.
You can now find a copy of our Child Protection Policy, which you can download and keep, under the 'Policies' section of the website. We will be uploading policies as they are renewed and updated so please keep checking the website to keep right up to date with them.
School Statement on use of Primary School Sport Premium Funding!
Please click here
to read our statement about the sport funding that Saint Osburg's has received. We are looking forward to a great year of sport! Our football and netball seasons begin next week so please keep an eye on the website and twitter for the latest results. We urge as many parents to come and support our team as possible. Fixtures are always arranged with the intention of starting the match around 3:30 - 3:45pm.
Year One RE.
After a lovely and inspiring assembly from Mrs Batson on Friday, all of the children have made some targets for the year ahead. Please enjoy the first of many films that we hope to bring you this school year.
Welcome to our new school website!
At Saint Osburg's we are fortunate that all our staff are extremely dedicated and hard working and are always striving to demonstrate our school values; the teaching staff provide an exciting Journey of Learning with opportunities and enrichment activities through every year group. We are generously staffed to provide smaller working groups.
Our parents and carers are supportive and have aspirations for their children.
Our Governors work voluntarily to make Saint Osburg's a better place through providing challenge and support to the school's leadership team. The staff supported by parents also give their time generously to raise additional funds for our children through fun activities and events. The link with our Parish is strong with Father Garry a regular visitor to school helping the children taking steps in their Journey of Faith.
Most importantly we are blessed with truly amazing children, who want to learn, behave and be good citizens.
At Saint Osburg's School, we have developed an exciting class curriculum underpinned by Gospel Values, so that we have a shared belief in what how our school community live, learn and work together. We want you to be able to feel our Mission Statement and see it lived out as you walk through the front door, from class to class, in the playground and beyond. As a staff, our aim is for the line between learning and fun to be invisible, so children thrive, are curious and inspired to reach their potential.
I hope you get a flavour of our school by reading through our website, but the best way to do this is to come and see us! Just contact us and we can arrange a visit for you with myself or Head of School, Mrs Nicola Rynott.
Saint Osburg's Primary and Nursery School - a place where great learning, great teaching and great fun take place!