You are invited to our Half Price Book Fair! The Scholastic book fair is returning to Oldbury Wells Library and will run from Monday 5th to Friday 9th December 2016. There are over 200 titles for you to browse through, starting from only £1.49, and every book you buy can help get free books for our school. A great chance for you to add to your home library.
The winners of the £5 book vouchers are: Millie Fellows 7PJ, Drew Hunt 7TJS, Ethan Lowe-Werrell 7PJ, Ella Shorthouse 7TJS and Charlie Steele 7JZM. Congratulations to our winners. Collect your voucher from the Library on Monday 5th December to spend at the book fair. For more information about the book fair, please see Miss Madden in the Library.
Click on the image (left) for information about this week’s WOW. There is a new word wheel for you to complete; copies are available from the Library. Click on the image below. The 9 letter word is a synonym of Advent. Can you work out what it is?
Oldbury Wells’ Music department hosted an exciting afternoon of music making on Friday 4th November, welcoming pupils from local primary schools to work with our orchestra members and Shropshire Music Service. To read the full story please click here.
Alveley Primary School celebrated today with a special ceremony to mark the start of their new partnership with Oldbury Wells under the Bridgnorth Area Schools’ Trust. To read the full story, please click here.
We have been ranked a superb ‘second’ in the new government examination tables published on Thursday 13 October 2016. To read the full story, please click here.
Welcome to our new Year 7 pupils! We were delighted to see 200 immaculately uniformed, keen and confident pupils this week. To read the full story, please click here.
New school records have been set at Oldbury Wells this summer for progress scores at GCSE. For the full story, click here.
Oldbury Wells raised the roof with an exciting and hugely successful production of Bugsy Malone on 4th-6th July. Transporting the audience to 1929 New York City, Bugsy Malone captured the flashy world of would-be hoodlums, showgirls and dreamers with a whole lot of ‘splurge’ enjoyed along the way. To view the full story and photos of the show, please click here.
On the evening of Thursday 23rd June over 100 Year 11 students dressed in their finest attire to attend a prom at Astbury Hall to mark the end of their school career. To read the full story and view a slideshow of the prom, click here.
Year 13 student, Chloe Eyke, raised over £400 for Cancer Research by organising and hosting a fashion show at Oldbury Wells’ West Hall in April. The event showcased her own creations together with those of fellow students in Years 9-13. To read the full story, click here.