Details of all school events are in the current newsletter.
Dear Parents and Carers,
On Monday (20/3/2017) there was a serious incident where a child had a severe allergic reaction to sesame seeds contained in a snack offered to them by a friend.
ALL FOODS CONTAINING NUTS OF ANY SORT SHOULD NOT BE SENT TO SCHOOL. We have several children who are allergic to nuts.
Please see below a copy of a poster which will be posted around school and in classrooms.
By our School council reporter – Frances Watt , Bay class (year 5).
On Friday, the 3rd of March 2017, our local MP, Nicola Blackwood came for a visit around our school She stayed for around one hour during lunch. First, she came to see the school council to discuss problems in Oxford and answer a few questions. We asked her questions such as: ‘How long is an average working day for an MP?’ and ‘What do you think about the pressure put on Year Sixes for their SATS?’ It was a real privilege to have our local MP at our school as she has never visited before.
(Click on the picture below to see Nicola Blackwood answering a question from the School Council).
Nicola Blackwood has also written about our school on her blog
She said “it was super to tour St Aloysius and meet the School Council. The children had so many insightful questions about how to make Oxford better, I can see future politicians in North Oxford!”
(Thank you to Nicola Blackwood MP for giving permission to link to her site and reproduce the above quote)
Churches Together would like to thank everyone again for their contributions to the wonderful Churches Together exhibition, which was enjoyed by so many visitors and worshippers in the Christ Church Cathedral. In Case you have not seen it, there is a short film clip about the exhibition. It shows all the panels in some detail.
Please read the School Health Newsletter by following the link below.
Dear Parents and carers,
There are three key dates for this year’s First Holy Communion
- Monday 6th February – Mass of Inscription to be held at The Oratory at 6.00pm
- Monday 27th March – First Confession to be held at 7.00pm at The Oratory following the earlier 6.00pm Mass
- Saturday 17th June – First Communion Mass to be held at The Oratory at 11.00am
If your child is taking part in their first Holy Communion this year then please read the letter about First Holy Communion by following the “first-holy-communion…” link below. (Please confirm you have read this letter by emailing the school office or filling in and returning the slip in the letter) …
If you can volunteer to help with the First Holy Communion Breakfast then please read and complete the form below. Please return this DIRECTLY to Mrs Brookes…
Dear Parents and Carers,
The Met Office are predicting snow late this afternoon (12/1/2017) in Oxford with light snow on Friday morning (13/1/2017).
Information about emergency and planned school closures is published on the County Council website http://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/schoolclosures. This is the main source of up to date countywide information about school closures.
Information will also be published on the this website and announced on BBC Oxford, Heart (Thames Valley) and Jack FM radio.
Parents will also be notified by email by 7.30am. If you have not had a message by then, please assume the school is open. Please do not telephone the school office
Welcome back to all pupils parents and carers and a BIG welcome to all the pupils in our new acorn class!
Please take a few moments to read the start of spring term letter by clicking on the link below.
Scomis (a company that we work very closely with) have produced a Christmas Online Safety Advice Newsletter for parents. Please click on the link below…
From the school office …
Please can you save the used stamps on your Christmas card envelopes for the RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) – We have an envelope in the school office to collect the stamps.
The RNIB have written to us to ask us to collect used postage stamps. The RNIB can raise money from British and overseas new and used stamps. They also collect first day covers, presentation packs and albums. Please leave approximately 1cm of envelope around each stamp and place them in the post box outside the office and when we have a goodly bundle we will send them off to the RNIB