Re: School Development Priorities 2017
Apologies regarding the change of date for the School Development Plan parents meeting. This is now scheduled for Wednesday 27th September at 5pm and all parents/carers are welcome to attend . It will last no longer than 45 minutes.
The purpose of the meeting is to make you aware of what the school development priorities are for the coming academic year and hopefully get you involved in the school’s continuous journey of improvement.
There will be a brief overview of what the current climate of the school is and then a chance to hear of our plans for the coming academic year.
This will be followed by a questions and answer session about our plans.
If there are any individual questions you have, which are not linked to the school development priorities, please make an appointment with your child’s class teacher in the first instance.
We look forward to seeing you all then!
The whole school picnic tomorrow will have to be cancelled due to the field being extremely wet. Apologies for any inconvenience caused. Can we please ask children still bring their picnic? Also we are still going to have the ice-cream van so if children would like to bring up to £2 tomorrow they can purchase an ice-cream
Happy Father’s Day to all of our brilliant dad’s we hope you have a lovely family day!!
App Worshop tomorrow after school at 3:30pm in Year Two. This is a chance to have a quick tour through the app and ask any questions.
Happy Half Term Everybody!!! Have a fabulous time with your family. If you are going anywhere exciting please send us a post card or send Mrs Smith some information and pictures for the school website.
This is just a reminder about our forthcoming COOL (Come Observe Our Learning) afternoon on Monday 30th January from 2:30pm-end of school.
This is an opportunity to get some first-hand experience of what your child’s typical learning looks like at St Oswald’s.
You are more than welcome to join in with your child and equally have a wander around the different classrooms in the school to see how the learning progresses from one year group to another.
We would ask that you don’t disturb the teacher if whole class teaching is taking place however, once the children are on task feel free to ask any questions you may have regarding the children’s learning.
We would love to see as many of you as possible!