This morning we had our annual Leavers’ Assembly and End of Year Awards Ceremony.  The Year 6 pupils spoke with emotion about their memories at Oxford Gardens and will be hugely missed, they are a characterful year group and their absence in the school will certainly be felt next year.

Each year the teachers have the very difficult task of choosing only a few pupils to win an award, this is always a very tricky task as there are so many pupils the teachers would like to give an award to.  Please click HERE to see the list of pupils who were selected to win an award this year. 

As always we have had a busy year filled with lots of exciting learning experiences. Here are some highlights of the year:

  1. Two Primary Future events – one which focused on careers that involve Writing and another that looked at different careers in Science.
  2. Numerous sporting achievements including our Year 4 boys winning the borough finals.
  3. A thrilling university challenge styled reading competition in which nine of our Year 6 students represent OGPS and were the borough champions.
  4. Year 1 Phonics Screening results which continued to increase – this year achieving 91%.
  5. At the end of Key Stage SATS the pupils achieved our best ever GDS (greater depth standard) results for Year 2 and another year of excellent GDS for Year 6:


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  1. Weekly visits to Forest School in the Autumn Term for Year 1 and throughout the Spring and Summer Terms in Reception.
  2. The Summer Concert which showcased incredible musical talent.
  3. A varied range of incredible school trips including: Somerset House for the Get up Stand Up Now Schools Day marking the anniversary of Windrush; a whole school trip to Kew Gardens; Mudchute Farm; a Year 6 residential to Sawyers Croft; Victoria and Albert Museum; Natural History Museum; Science Museum and Fulham Palace amongst many other places.
  4. Our first every Spelling Bee competition.
  5. Red Nose Day Talent Competition.
  6. KS2 pupils taking part in the amazing musical experience at the Royal Albert Hall, Convo.
  7. Year 2 taking part in the North Kensington Schools Art Project working with our local artist Shirine Osseiran.
  8. Our first World Earth Day Event.
  9. We were awarded the BIG Award for 2019-2020, which is a National Awards for excellence in challenging bullying, endorsed by NCFE.
  10. A highly successful Ofsted inspection.

We would like to thank all our staff for their hard work and dedication to ensuring the pupils continue to make good progress and have had a year of new and exciting learning experiences. 

Please have a look at each of the class pages to see the final class posts of the year.  Over the Summer please explore the website and encourage your child/ren to have a look at the class posts for the year group they are going to be in next year so they can see the sorts of things they will be learning about.

We wish everyone a relaxed and lovely summer holiday - whether you are staying in London or are off on holiday - and look forward to welcoming you back in through the school gates on September 5th at 8.55am.