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Osmaston History Society

World War 2 Project
Congratulations to Louie Goldberg who was presented with a prize of £10 by Mr. Gerald Parker on behalf of the Osmaston History Society for his imaginative written piece on what it would have been like to be an evacuee during the War.  Louie's Class were studying World War 2 and all children wrote a piece.  Louie's was chosen as the best.  Mr. Parker came to share his experiences of being a pupil at Osmaston CE Primary School during the war years when evacuees came to the village from Manchester.  The children were absolutely fascinated to hear first hand the history of their school and the very classroom they were sat in!
Classroom 1
Classroom 2
Osmaston Manor 1902
Osmaston Manor Fire Brigade Circa 1880
Osmaston Sawmill
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Due to a large Yr 6 cohort leaving this year, we have some places available in other year groups in September. If you would like to speak to the Headteacher about your child attending our school please e-mail info@osmaston.derbyshire.sch.uk. School is now closed to all children apart from children who are vulnerable, and children whose parents are critical to the COVID-19 response and cannot be safely cared for at home.For the latest government advice please email DfE.coronavirushelpine@education.gov.uk For the latest advice from Derbyshire County Council please see their website www.derbyshire.gov.uk/coronavirus For useful information relating to Coronavirus and activities to do at home, please see the useful information section on the Parent page of our website.
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