A warm welcome to our school where we are always busy learning and having fun. Please use the pages of our website to look around the school and see what work we have been doing and what projects and events we have been involved with.
The staff and pupils would like to share some of their exciting projects that they have been working on in class and after school.
If you have enjoyed visiting our web site then please feel free to visit the school. This is an excellent opportunity to see the children in a learning environment and to ask any questions.
Mr M. Maksymiw
We want to appoint a classroom teacher who is passionate about improving the life chances of children through the development of a positive attitue to learning and who enjoys teaching all areas of the curriculum.
If you wish to join our dynamic team then please look at the documents on eteach.
Outwoods Edge has developed a new Admissions Policy. Consultation on the new policy was carried out with parents and other stakeholders. After considering the results of the consultation the governors have agreed to adopt the policy for entry starting in school year 2015/16.
A final period of consultation will take place with the Local Authority and the new policy will be fully adopted on 12th July 2014.
To view the policy please click on the link below.
Well...what an exciting Sunday! The Year 5 and 6 dance club have been working incredibly hard over the past 12 weeks to choreograph, rehearse and finally perform a dance at Melton Theatre.
They were lucky enough to be part of the Dance:Make Your Move event, ran by the British Red Cross, and created a dance based around the incredibly creative efforts the general public go to in order to raise money for this worthy cause. Their dance involved remakes of 'Car Wash', a small section danced to 'Rockin' All Over The World' and a finale portraying a sky dive!
Not only did so many parents and friends come to watch and support us, the girls felt so strongly about the cause that they completed additional fundraising at home and raised a staggering £250.00 for the charity between the 21 of them. Wow!
As they opened the show at 4:50pm yesterday, the girls completed an outstanding performance, danced their socks off, smiled so much it made their cheeks hurt and made the school, their families and Mrs Williams incredibly proud. They were also commended with their efforts on costume design.
Well done girls!
We have got two weeks left at school and the children are busy completing units of work ready for the end of term. They are also bringing in projects including fairground ride designs in Year 6 and Victorian posters and models in Year 5. There is some imaginative and creative work displayed around school and I want to congratulate all of the children on their efforts. Well done!
Mark Maksymiw (Headteacher)
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Curve theatre - Easter Lyric Lounge
World War Two Topic letter
Year 4 World War Two Day at Beaumanor Hall
Menu wc 28 April 2014
Menu wc 7 April 2014
Family Easter Event at Warning Zone
Super Soccer Academy CC3G Easter Football Camp 14th - 17th April 2014 (1) (1)
Yr 1 tesco visit