Bellan House, Christmas Concert, Bellan Hall, pm
Musical entertainment by children who are learning to play a musical instrument.
Featuring vocal, piano and flute pieces and the Bellan House Orchestra group with Dr J Ayres.
Bellan House, French Certificates
In assembly today, certificates and prizes were awarded to one child in each class in recognition of their efforts studying French throughout the term. The following students should be congtatulated on their achievements.
Hannah Pritchard (Reception)
Mia Roberts (Year 1)
Laurence Bowen (Year 2)
Thomas Jones (Year 3)
Keeva Welsby (Year 4)
Drama, House Drama Competition, PHC, am
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House Drama, Dress Rehearsals, PHC
The Headmaster has agreed that Houses may have a double period each on Thursday 11th December for a dress rehearsal of their House play. The allocation of the PHC will be
Periods 1 & 2 Donne House
Periods 3 - 5 Oswald House
Periods 6 & 7 Spooner House
Periods 8 & 9 Burnaby House
Bellan House - Years 3 and 4, Carol Singing, Heritage Centre 11.00am
Click here to see a short movie of some of the images of the evening.
Images courtesy of Mr Niblock.
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CCF, River Crossing (In The School Pool)
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Maths Challenge Success for Oswestry School
Over 4500 schools in the UK participate in the annual maths challenges, which are designed to stimulate interest in maths, using tests of reasoning and mental agility.
"Maths is a popular subject at Oswestry School and our students regularly achieve well at GCSE and A level," said Miss Scott. "Taking part in the Maths Challenges helps them to increase their skills and to find further enjoyment in the subject."
Four of the successful students will now go on to participate in the Regional Maths Team Challenge at Wolverhampton.
Bellan House - Years 2 to 4
Next year at the end of the summer term, the children in Years 2, 3 and 4 have been invited to take part in a two-day residential trip. This year we have chosen the Llandudno area; accommodation and visits have now been booked and details have been sent home.
More details will be available from tonight's information evening for parents from 7.00pm. Please come along and join us for a glass of wine and we will answer any questions that you may have.
Tuesday, 11th November 2008, Peter Humphreys Centre, 7.00 pm
Choosing a Sixth Form is a significant step in the career path of your son or daughter.
Oswestry School Sixth Form aims to provide the right balance of structured study, self-development and independent choice that prepares students for the greater challenges of university and the world of work.
The combined detachments will march from the Bailey Head to the Memorial Gates at Cae Glas Park to take part in the outside (1100) and church based events before reforming to take part in the final march past.
Those cadets who are taking part today should meet at 0945 at the ATC Drill Hall on Willow Street near the fire station.
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10 cadets from the School attended the Cadet Centre for Adventurous Training at Halton, near Lancaster, during the recent half term to participate in a number of courses including summer mountain walking, climbing, open canoeing and white water kayaking. All of these courses are open to the older cadets in the detachment and, to this end, the centre had 75 cadets from across the country on its courses.
Interact is Rotary International's service club for young people ages 14 to 18. Interact clubs are sponsored by individual Rotary clubs, which provide support and guidance, but they are self-governing and self-supporting.