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Pupils go through to regional final in...

Sixth Form pupils from Oswestry School, Adelina Creciun, Matthew Cooper and Sebastian Banks, have completed two rounds of the national Rotary Youth Speaks competition and will now be heading to the Regional Finals at the end of the month. The team beat off competition from local schools Moreton...

New appointment of OsBiz Manager

Lower Sixth Form student Victoria Raffle has been selected from a strong field of candidates to lead the OsBiz Ventures here at Oswestry School. Her new role as OsBiz Manager will require dedication, commitment and determination. Head of faculty Mrs Stephens said, “We were looking for someone with drive...

GCSE Design and Technology pupils create...

This year’s practical GCSE projects are coming along beautifully and the department is a busy and thriving place. For us this is good news even though we hear that many schools are either considerably cutting back on D&T provision, or in the worst cases simply removing the subject from the...

Sixth Form students gain business...

Sixth Form business faculty students, Eliza Liepina and Dominic Fisher, were selected by local businessman Mr Neil Ruby to represent his company 'Italy Hair and Beauty' at the ProHair Live Exhibition in Manchester. Old Oswestrian, Serena Marks, was also invited to attend having previously assisted...

Enterprise Day 2017

The annual Enterprise Day is run by the Business Faculty for 3rd Form pupils. The aim of the day was to introduce the students to the world of business and to develop their entrepreneurial, problem solving, presentation and team working skills. Pupils attended seminars run by our own Sixth Form...

Early Gold Duke of Edinburgh Awards for two...

Two Sixth Form students have completed their Gold Duke of Edinburgh awards. Will Gough and Fiona Newman are the first of their cohort to achieve this final level by pushing personal boundaries and gaining new skills while enhancing their CVs and university applications. The Award requires young...