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  • Governors’ Surgery

    On Wednesday 4th February there will be a governors’ surgery held in the Site Manager’s office from 8.30-9.30. Mrs McGinnie and Mr O’Callaghan will be there to listen to your queries and concerns. We are here to support the children’s learning and your journey as parents, and any feedback from you is most welcome. If […]

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  • Governors’ Fund

      Contributions towards the Governors’ Fund are now due. This is an annual request from the Governors who invite parents to make a donation towards the upkeep of the school and the building. As a voluntary aided school, the governor’s pay for 10% of the cost of building works from the governor’s fund. Recently, for […]

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  • Presentation to parents on school standards and school improvement

    Have you ever asked yourself the following questions? How well is Oratory Primary School doing in comparison to other local and national schools? How does the school run on a day to day basis? How does the school know how well my child is doing? How do school leaders review the school’s performance? How do […]

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  • Beanie Hats

    Please remember that although pupils are permitted to use beanie hats on the way to and from swimming, and at breaktimes, our caps and berets remain school uniform and children are expected to wear them when they enter and leave school at the beginning and end of each day. Thank you for your cooperation on […]

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  • Baby news!

    Congratulations to Mrs Golding and her husband Stuart on the birth of their daughter. Emily Louise Golding was born on Tuesday at 4:38 am weighing 6lb 15oz. Mother and baby are doing very well. We can’t wait to meet the newest member of our Oratory family!

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  • Book Sharing Afternoon

    It was lovely to see so many of you at the book sharing afternoon. Thank you for your positive feedback. We hope you enjoyed the opportunity to talk to your children about their learning. We will have another sharing afternoon during the summer term. Best wishes for a restful weekend. Stay warm!  Mrs Griffiths, Headteacher

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  • Beginning and of the day routines

    We would like to take this opportunity to remind you of our routines at the beginning and end of the day. It is important that we all follow these carefully. Morning * Please say goodbye to your child at the door, this encourages independence and reduces congestion in what is already a busy playground. If […]

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  • No nuts please!

    Please remember that nuts (or items containing them) should not be sent to school for lunch or snacks. It is very dangerous for pupils with allergies.

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  • Book sharing: January 19th 3.45-5pm

    There will be a ‘sharing afternoon’ on Monday 19th January. This is a new opportunity which we will be offering twice a year. Parents are invited to come together with their child to see their classroom. Your child will be able to show you their own workbooks (please do not look at those belonging to […]

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  • Good Luck!

    As mentioned in Monday’s letter, we are saying a temporary goodbye to Mrs Golding today as she goes on maternity leave. Mrs Steinart is Acting Deputy Head in her absence. We will keep you posted as soon as baby arrives!

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  • Milk

    Please read a separate letter sent home today regarding the provision of milk during the school day. Please respond by filling in the slip at the bottom and return to us in the New Year.

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  • Ice Skating

    Fr John is organising ice skating at the Natural History Museum on Saturday 3rd January at 12pm. He advises booking in advance to avoid disappointment and please remember NO UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN! Have fun!

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