Mrs Smith was super impressed when she led Key Stage Art Club on Friday. She introduced the children to perspective drawing and was blown away by the perseverance and resilience shown by the children towards quite a tricky task. Well done everyone!
Wow! What a fabulous Christmas Dinner we all had today! Thank you so much to Nicola (our chef) and her team in the kitchen. It was so yummy!
What an amazing reverent service we had this morning at St Oswald’s. This was planned and led by our Year Six pupils with support from Mr Richardson and each year group contributed to the overall service. The children’s behaviour and respectfulness was exemplary and Mrs Smith was extremely proud of the school including the parents and staff but mainly our fabulous pupils. Thank you also to Isla who supported Mrs Smith with the wreath laying.
The Remembrance Garden looks lovely with all of the children’s remembrance reflections.
Henry has had his first sleepover at Mr Williams house over the weekend! He absolutely loved it and was spoilt rotten!
If your children are looking for activities to keep them busy and active during half term, then this is could be a perfect opportunity for them.
On Thursday 17th October in Change4Life club, the children took part in the Timone and Pumba time trial, where the children had to run on all fours as fast as they could whilst being timed. The children set a score, then tried to beat their personal best. We are so impressed that all of the children were able to beat their own score and everyone received an Ozzie star!
Why not go along to this free event taking place at The Customs House to celebrate its 25th Anniversary during half term?