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Pole Vaulting Star visits OLST

Sally Scott, the Commonwealth bronze medalist, visited OLST on Friday 29th June. Sally Scott is a Pole Vaulter and she visited our school to inspire, work with the children and to help them raise...

Girls’ Football

Well done to our Girls’ Football Team who won their game on Wednesday 3rd April against Wolsingham. It was a fantastic team effort and the girls had lots of fun. They are playing matches...

Level 3 – Tag Rugby

Our Tag Rugby Team travelled to Durham on March 29th. They competed at Maiden Castle in the Winter School Games, County Final. It was the first time we have reached a County Final in...

Level 3 Swimming Final

On March 29th, a team of swimmers from OLST travelled to The Louisa Centre in Stanley. The event was the County Final for the School Games swimming. This in itself was an amazing achievement...

Football League Results

For the last few months, the football team have been taking part in a the Central Venue Football League. Each month, on a Wednesday after school, our team travels to Parkside to play in...

TRIM TRAIL

The extension to the trim trail has finally been completed! The work took place at the start of the week. The children will be able to use the new equipment from Monday 25th March.

Cross Country Final

Four pupils from OLST qualified to represent the Wear Valley district in the County Cross Country at Meadowfield. The course was a hilly one but all of the girls ran with determination. In the...

Girls’ Football

Our girls’ team took part in their first competitive match on March 6th. They played away to Crook Primary. It was a muddy affair but good fun. The girls all played well and were...

Book In A Jar Competition

Calling All Who Are Bonkers About Books! We are running a ‘Book in a jar’ competition after half term, to celebrate World Book Day which is on Thursday 7th March 2019. We are inviting...

Swimming Success

This January, sixteen of our pupils attended the School Games, Level 2, District Swimming Competition at Woodhouse Close. There were 11 schools competing in the morning event and a further 11 in the afternoon....

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