Article 15

Every child has the right to meet with other children and young people and to join groups and organisations, as long as this does not stop other people from enjoying their rights.

 

Article 15

Every child has the right to meet with other children and young people and to join groups and organisations, as long as this does not stop other people from enjoying their rights.

 

The Oakwood School Association

OSA on the Blog
 

Supporting the Oakwood Community

The Oakwood School Association is a registered charity which exists to host community events and raise money for the school.

We make annual grants to the school so that it can afford to buy and fund the extras which can’t be afforded from the school budget. This includes part-funding for the school minibus.

We run a programme of successful events and we donate about £8000 to the school each year.

We can only do this because children, parents, staff and other members of the Oakwood community give their time willingly to support us.

All parents are automatically members of the OSA, and welcome to help us come up with ideas and plans at our meetings… (there are always biscuits!) We always need help: any offer of support, big or small, is always welcome! Thank you!

Raising Money

The OSA organises and runs:
Our Christmas Fair
Our Summer Fete
Pupil Discos
Quizzes
Non-Uniform Days
and much more!

Spending Money

The school has spent OSA money on:
Our Minibus
Panto Performances
Classroom extras
Coding Technology
Christmas Crackers!
and much more!

Chair

Gill Handley-Garland
osa@oakwoodlive.net

Treasurer

Gary Chafe