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Celebrating Success 12.05.23

Discover what amazing things the children at OWPS have been doing out of school....

Here at Orton Wistow Primary School, we recognise that success comes in all different shapes and sizes! We celebrate the children's achievements in school in the Achievements section of the newsletter and website.

Many of the children, however, are also achieving things outside of school.  We would like to recognise these successes too.

It might be that your child has passed a music or dance exam, gained a karate belt, starred in a show, volunteered, taken part in a sporting event, or done something that they didn't think was possible!

If you would like to share your child's achievements with us so that we can celebrate their success, please complete the Celebrating Success form which can also be found below.  Contributions will be considered for inclusion in upcoming editions of the newsletter.

We look forward to hearing about your children's extracurricular achievements!

Celebrating Recent Successes!

We are so proud of Willow as this weekend passed, she performed two musical numbers at Saddlers wells theatre in London. Her and her theatre group performed a piece from Les Mis where willow had a small duet section, she and her older partner had to move to the front of the stage whilst singing and the rest of the group remained still. They also did a dance piece together. Willow showed resilience when she had a costume malfunction and a great deal of independence as she was dropped off, travelled without us on a coach, and performed to thousands of people before being reunited with us at 11pm that night. She absolutely smashed it, and we are very proud of her.


This child in Year 3, along with her team, were the division winners coming 1st in a cheerleader competition. Well done to the whole team!


This child in Year 6 came 1st in both her piano solo and duet classes at the Oundle Festival of Music and Drama. What a fantastic achievement and result. Well done!

This child from Iguanas has got his very first swimming badge of 25 metres. He has shown great improvement recently and started to swim independently, earning this impressive badge.

This child from Seals has earnt her 200 metres swim badge recently. When asked how she feels about it, her response was "I wasn't even tired, the teacher wouldn't let me do more".

Congratulations to them both!


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Thank you for telling us about your child's extra-curricular achievements.