Tuesday 15th December 2015
Please click below to see our after school clubs on offer for the Spring Term 2016
Monday 16th November 2015
Please click below to view a leaflet providing guidance on managing Chickenpox.
Friday 6th November 2015
We welcome back the Rag Bag Scheme to Oxford Gardens. This scheme is a simple and effective way of recycling unwanted clothes and shoes. All you have to do is put your unwanted items (clothes, duvet covers, pillow cases, paired shoes, handbags) into a bag and place in Ragbag recycle bin (the sheltered area under the creative arts block) Bags are available if needed.
The scheme increases awareness about textile recycling and by increasing recycling rates we can help the environment by ensuring less material goes to landfill as well as earning money for our school.
If you have any questions please see Robert
Wednesday 7th October 2015
As requested at our recent Parent Forum Meeting, please click below to see the most recent menu from our Catering Company AIP
Wednesday 16th Setember 2015
Reminder from the Office Team
PLEASE remember to clearly name lunch boxes, bags and bottles. This means that lost items can be quickly returned to their owners.
Click below for a copy of our Packed Lunch Guidelines
Friday 27th March 2015
Please make doctor/dental appointments for your children outside of school hours wherever possible, appointments during school time disrupts your child’s learning.
If you are not receiving text messages from us, please come in and check your mobile number with the office.
We will be making uniform checks after Easter, please make sure your child is wearing the correct uniform, a list of compulsory uniform is available from the office, new uniform available from stitchdesign
Thursday 25th September 2014
An update from our Office Team
Please ensure that you inform your child’s class teacher if someone different is collecting them after school and let your child know if they are attending playcentre that day, we are getting increasing numbers of phone calls at the end of the day asking the office to deliver these messages to individual children.
If you receive a text message from us on 44 20 3745 4286, please save it to your phone as “Oxford Gardens Texts” so that in future you will know where the text is coming from.
If you think you are eligible for free school meals (even if you are now receiving the Universal Free School Meal for your child), please come to the office to complete a simple form, this enables the school to claim extra money for your child which is used directly for the benefit of the children.
Many Thanks for your support with these matters
Linda, Dee and Becky
Wednesday 10th September 2014
Please click below to see our Autumn Menu from our catering company AIP
Friday 9th May 2014
A little Office reminder from Becky
Any monies sent into the office must be enclosed in an envelope clearly stating the child’s name, class and stating what the payment is for. All monies paid must be the correct amount as no change is available in the office.
Please also remember that all dinner money must be paid in advance.
Please click below to see the letter which went out today to Nursery, Reception, Years 1&2 explaining all about Pupil Premium
Friday 7th February 2014
Here is an update from Becky:
All dinner money needs to be paid in advance. Any outstanding debt needs to be paid before Friday 14th February, or your child will have to go onto packed lunches after Half Term.
If your child is changing from school dinners to packed lunch or vice versa, please let the office know in writing.
When your child is absent from school can you please remember when they return to bring in a letter explaining why they were off school, or a letter or appointment card from the Doctors / Hospital / Opticians etc. If we do not have the evidence, then the absence will remain unauthorised.
Many Thanks for your continued support and understanding.
Tuesday 21st January 2014
A message from Dee Edwards, our Senior Admin Officer:
Click below to see the latest Menu from AIP
Monday 9th December 2013
Please click on the link below to view guidance issued from The North West London Health Protection Team in response to a number of our pupils being absent with diarrhoea and Vomiting.
Please follow these simple guidelines to keep your children healthy and fit to attend School. Many Thanks
Friday 6th December 2013
A special message from Dee and Becky
As you all know Eileen Franklin (Senior Administrative Officer) is a prominent and valued member of our school community. After 39 years with the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, and 12 of those years spent here at Oxford Gardens Primary School, Eileen is retiring.
In addition to this, Freda Pett, our committed Senior Midday Meals Supervisor, is also retiring after 25 years at Oxford Gardens Primary School.
The school and staff will be ensuring they leave with a big THANK YOU but we are aware that some parents might like to also mark the occasion. If you would like to contribute towards a retirement gift Becky Fuschillo will have a collection box in the POD office.
Many thanks for your continued support
Friday 29th November 2013
School Uniform Update
When you order School Uniform from Stitch Design you have to pay a delivery charge of £2.95. This charge is the same no matter the quantity or type of garment that you are ordering. It therefore makes sense that you ask around to see if other families are placing orders so that these can be combined. This will result in savings for everyone. The order form can be found under the following headings:
Parents – then click on – School Uniform
Monday 18th November 2013
Reminders from the Office Team (Dee, Eileen and Becky)
Please make sure all school uniform is clearly labelled with your child’s name as there have been many items of uniform in the Lost Property Boxes which can not be returned to their owners.
If your child comes into school after 9.05 please come to the office and let us know as the Register will have been closed.
All dinner money needs to be paid on Monday mornings in advance.
If your child is changing their meal pattern then please let the Office know.
A special message from Amy Teichman: AIP Quality and Nutrition Manager
Once again, we will be participating in the Food For Life Partnership’s National Roast Dinner Day. This special day sees schools across the nation serving traditional roast dinners. We will be showcasing our Red Tractor certified British Beef and local, organic vegetables such as cauliflower and broccoli as well as our local British autumnal fruits such as pears and apples. In order to participate with the national day, we will be swapping our traditional Thursday Roast Dinner for Wednesday. I’ve attached the menu for your information. (Please click the link below).
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