Curriculum Spotlight – Maths
For Spring 1 we have developed a Maths article to demonstrate what we’ve been up to. Please click below to view all the interesting work we’ve completed this term. Read full article
Welcome to Oswald Road Primary School, located in the heart of Chorlton, Manchester. Our friendly team of teachers and support staff are committed to providing your child with the highest quality education giving them a strong foundation for future learning, we create a safe and happy environment with motivating and enjoyable learning experiences, offering the challenges and opportunities needed to unlock your child’s potential.
Want to know what’s so great about our school?
We asked some of our children what they love about Oswald Road!
We are a three-form entry up to Year 6, with a 52 place nursery. The school offers a full set of extended services, including an active PTA and an energetic and committed team of Governors. We aim to support all members of the school in developing their individual capabilities and self-esteem through a challenging curriculum delivered by highly qualified teachers and staff. It is our aim to produce well-rounded children with a love for learning who are instilled with a sense of community and the skills to become exceptional citizens.
We understand that many of our families will be struggling financially at the moment and will be in need of help. The resources and links below should be of some use, but if you need to speak to anyone directly about your situation, please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Manchester City Council’s Cost of Living Advice Line – 0800 023 2692, a free telephone line available between 9am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday, or via their online form at https://www.manchester.gov.uk/coladvice, offering Manchester residents support with benefits, debt, bills, food and support to access the internet.
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Oswald Road Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children. We require all staff, volunteers and visitors to share the commitment. For more information and resources, view our safeguarding page by clicking here.
Click here to read our Safeguarding Policy
Our Safeguarding Page also features lots of useful resources on Online Safety, including information about the ‘Report Harmful Content’ button shown below.