Welcome

May I extend a warm welcome to you and your child as they begin their learning journey with Osborne Primary School.

The website has been created to enable greater access for our families to school information and to enable our children to access some of the learning in the curriculum. I hope you find it useful.

We pride ourselves upon discovering every child’s unique strengths and abilities in order to assist them in achieving their personal potential, whilst also developing an enthusiasm for learning through a fun, stimulating curriculum. This commitment enables all children to become successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens whilst at Osborne and in their future.

Latest Tweets

@OsbornePriSch 23/09/2022

Year 4 have been writing some fantastic pieces about a present. 🎁Well done https://t.co/NOkVmzqsDF

@OsbornePriSch 23/09/2022

Year 6 have been writing some fantastic dual narratives this week based on Neil Gaiman's Hansel & Gretel. https://t.co/06U8LKkMPC

@OsbornePriSch 23/09/2022

Year 3 have been learning to write instructions for the past two weeks, we especially liked writing instructions to make sandwiches! We learnt about how much detail we needed to include (as some of our attempts went a bit wrong!) https://t.co/qFdOeITSSv

@OsbornePriSch 23/09/2022

Year 5 have started their projects in D&T. They have been investigating tabs, slots and scoring using corrugated cardboard #structures @the_atlp https://t.co/HIXNWMMNSL

@OsbornePriSch 23/09/2022

Our Reception pupils are really enjoying their self-serve creative area. This young man was so proud of his wonderful picture of his trip to the Safari Park where he saw a white tiger and an alligator with sharp teeth 🐅🐊🖌️ https://t.co/NXW0cuCibU

@OsbornePriSch 22/09/2022

This week we have welcomed some of our grandparents into school for story and activity sessions with their grandchildren. We have loved getting to know some of our Osborne grandparents – our hearts are full 🥰 #grandparentsday @the_atlp https://t.co/oZrwddIg7C