About Us

Achievement Through Challenge / Cyflawni Trwy Herio

On behalf of the governors, staff and pupils of Oystermouth Primary I would like to welcome you to our school and look forward to a successful and productive partnership in your child’s education.

First and foremost, children must be happy coming to school because a child who enjoys being in school willgain maximum benefit from their primary education.We have the welfare of each pupil at heart and are keen to work with you as parents to provide an excellent education for your child in a congenial atmosphere. All staff strive to provide an ambience within the school where children feel safe and secure and where learning is a valued activity. Within this supportive ethos, we will provide a broad, balanced and enriched curriculum catering for the individual child in terms of both welfare and educational provision. We aim to celebrate success in all areas of school life, be they academic or not; motivating the children to become lifelong learners and positive members of society.

The school is an important part of the community with whom we foster close relationships. We host many visitors and the school has always considered it important to use the local and wider community to enhance education.

Oystermouth Primary has excellent pupils, teachers, teaching assistants, governors and parents. I hope you and your child will be very happy being part of this wonderful school!

If you have any questions or would like to visit our school then please do not hesitate to contact me.

Mrs Morgan

Acting Headteacher

ESTYN have, through their inspections, recognised that the school is ‘Good’ and where standards are consistently high. The school is categorised, under WAG guidelines, as a ‘Green’ school, the highest of their four ranking. The school caters for 236 pupils between the ages of three and eleven, including 56 children who attend the nursery in the morning or afternoon. There are eight single-age classes in the school.

INSPECTION REPORT 2012

There are eight single-age classes in the school. The number on roll has remained relatively stable over the last few years. According to the school, the area it serves is relatively advantaged. Many pupils have above average basic skills on entry. Around 3% are entitled to free school meals, which is well below national and local averages. A very few pupils come from an ethnic minority background or speak English as an additional language. No pupils use Welsh as a first language or are looked after by the local authority. The school has identified about 22% of pupils as having additional learning needs, which is around the national average; and a few of these have statements of special educational needs. The school was last inspected in November 2006; there have been no major changes to staffing or accommodation since that date. The headteacher was appointed in September 1996. The individual school budget per pupil for Oystermouth Primary School in 2012-2013 means that the budget is £3,053 per pupil. The maximum per pupil in the primary schools in Swansea is £9,629 and the minimum is £2,634. Oystermouth Primary School is 67th out of the 87 primary schools in Swansea in terms of its school budget per pupil.

  • The school’s current performance is good because the standard of work in pupil’s books and many lessons is good.
  • The school is a caring community that develops and promotes pupils’ well being successfully.
  • There is a good range of learning experiences.
  • There are robust and effective partnerships between the school and the wider community that have a positive impact on pupils’ learning.

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Post Estyn Governor Presentation

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Inspection Report 2019

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Inspection Report 2012

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Inspection Report 2006

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Inspection notification

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Prospectus 2018

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VISITORS INDUCTION INFORMATION

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Policies

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SIP 2018-2019

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SIP-2017-2018-Part-2

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SIP-2017-2018-Part-1

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PSE Policy

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PDG Spend Plan 2018 - 2019

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Oystermouth Privacy Notice

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Maths Policy

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LNF Policy

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Foundation Phase Policy

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Food and Fitness Policy

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Fairtrade Policy

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ESDGC Policy

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Curriculum-Policy-2016-1

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Complaints-Policy-2017-2

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Anti-Bullying Policy

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Active Travel Policy

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ALN-policy

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Name Role
Mrs L. Miles (Chairman) LA
Cllr C. Townsend-Jones Minor Authority
Cllr M. Langstone LA
Rev. A. Davies Co-opted
Mrs H. Faulkner (Vice-Chair) Parent Governor
Mr P. Lewis Parent Governor
Mrs H. Landers-Thomas Co-opted
Mrs S. Hawkes Co-opted
Mr A. Thomas Co-opted
Mrs E. Richards Parent Governor
Mr. M Hughes Teacher Governor
Mrs. C Sutherland Non-teaching Governor
Mrs. A. Key Clerk to the Governors
Mrs C. Morgan Acting Headteacher

Annual Reports to Parents

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Governors Annual Report to Parents 2017-2018

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Categorisation letter

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Latest News

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Walk to School

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TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT

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Reverse Advent Calendar

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Governor Election

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Foodbank

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DAISY

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