Latest News: Latest Newsletter - Friday, November 17th, 2017

Promoting British Values

At St Oswald’s we aim for all our children to leave school prepared for life in modern Britain.

We have  a duty to ‘actively promote’ the fundamental British Values of:

To help prepare them to be valued members of our society.

We strive to ensure that all pupils are expected to learn:

The Gospel values of love, care, consideration, mutual respect, honesty, integrity and fairness permeate all that we do at St Oswald’s and help children to prepare, contribute to and be valued individuals in our community and wider society.

Our school family promotes a community where all children and adults:

At St Oswald’s, embedded in our Mission, is to ensure that our school remains central to the Parish and is forever reaching out to embrace the wider community. The importance of strong relationships between children, parents, staff, Governors, parishioners and the wider community is at the heart of all we do. We nurture a genuine respect and pride in ourselves, our school, our environment and our valued place in our community, town and country.

Together, through living out the Gospel values, our school Mission and British values, our children are empowered to achieve their full potential.

Children live out our school, Gospel and British values by:

Our children work together as teams helping and looking out for each other, remembering that they are valued individuals but untied by our school family.