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  • Goodbye and Good luck

    Today is Miss Gorman’s last day at Oratory Primary School. We would like to thank her for her kindness and hard work over the past months and wish her all the very best for the future.

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  • URGENT MESSAGE – SCHOOL MEALS

    Yesterday we received the new menu choices from our catering supplier, AIP and we sent it out to parents.  Many thanks to all those who returned the menu to us today. If you missed today’s deadline, AIP have requested you to urgently email your completed menu choice to:  amy.teichman@ainp.co.uk Thank you.

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  • Y4 assembly

    So impressed by their performances, we watched Year 4’s assembly with smiles on our faces this morning. Thank you for teaching us what true beauty means through the story of Mufaro’s daughters. You were wonderful!

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  • Lent

    Next Wednesday, 18th February is Ash Wednesday and marks the start of Lent. On this day, we have the mark of the cross made on our forehead with ashes. As we will be on our half term break this week, please go to receive ashes on your forehead at church. The ashes are a symbol […]

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  • Awards for most organised classroom

    Well done children for accepting Mrs Griffiths’ challenge of tidying your classrooms this week.  The head and deputy girls and boys judged your efforts this lunchtime and the results were as following: 1st place: Year 4, 2nd place Year 2, 3rd place: Reception. The successful classes each received a certificate and a book for their […]

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  • World book day

    World book day will take place on Thursday 5th March this year. School Council has agreed that there should be a bedtime story theme this year. Children can come to school wearing their pyjamas! You can even wear slippers, a dressing gown and bring your teddy bear. We will also be bringing our favourite bedtime […]

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  • Oratory Student Magazine Easter Photo Competition

    Calling all budding photographers! The School Magazine Club are running an Easter photo competition, 1st prize and three runner’s up prizes for the best Easter-themed photograph by an Oratarian (You). This could be anything from a photograph of a cluster of bulbs springing into life, or a nesting bird in a tree, or a collection of colourful Easter eggs waiting […]

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  • Medical appointments

    Please remember to organise medical appointments outside of school hours. It is extremely disruptive to the entire class to have frequent interruptions and your child will miss valuable lessons. We appreciate your co-operation.

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  • Reminder: 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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  • Calling all dads…

    Mr Murphy and local community workers are looking for any dads who may be interested in playing 5-a-side football!  We have been given the option of a pitch at St Luke’s on Monday evenings from 7pm-8pm.  If you are full of skills and enthusiasm, please contact Mr Murphy via email for details. lee.murphy@oratory.rbkc.sch.uk

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  • Head lice

    We have reports of head lice in both the infant and junior classes. This persistent problem can only be successfully eradicated if all families co-operate, so please check all family members this weekend and treat if necessary. Thank you.

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  • Governors’ Fund contributions are now due

    Thank you to the families who have already paid this annual request. We ask that any remaining cheques are forwarded to the school office as soon as possible as we would ideally like to receive and bank all donations before the half term holiday. Cheques should be payable to ‘The Oratory Primary School’. Thank you.

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