Head Teacher: Mr D Harrison, Address: Roman Road, Royton, Oldham, OL2 5PQ

Ss Aidan and Oswald R.C Primary School

Tel: 0161 652 2558

Email: info@ssaidanoswald.oldham.sch.uk


Use the calendar below to find out about important dates throughout the school year.

Important School Dates


Achieving Great Things...

The school is extremely proud of the many achievements we have made in recent years.  We believe that these demonstrate that we give the children excellent provision at our school.  Our successes are the result of the drive and commitment of our staff team and governors, the children’s fantastic attitude to learning, and the support of our parents and the broader community.  It our conviction to ensure that we use the all the available resources we have (people, time and financial) to achieve the best quality of education for the children.  Our achievements give a good indication that we are doing well!! Click below to see our many achievements.

Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. Read our schools latest report below.

Ofsted Report

The Ofsted Data Dashboard complements the inspection report by providing an analysis of performance over a three year period

Data Dashboard

School Community Survey 2014-2015

The results of the Ss Aidan and Oswald Community survey are now in, and you can view the results by clicking on the link below.

We asked staff, parents and pupils what they felt that we did well and also areas where we could do better.

Platinum Healthy Schools Award

On Monday 7th July 2014, we were visited by Linda Collinge who is the Health & Wellbeing / Healthy Schools Co-ordinator.  

She came to our whole school assembly to present the school with our newly gained  PLATINUM Healthy Schools Award.  

 To help us celebrate this award, Linda also presented the school with an apple tree which we will plant in a suitable spot on the school grounds.

Last year there were 85 applicants that listed SS Aidan & Oswald RC Primary School as one of their choices, 56 places were offered.


The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011 and is allocated to schools to work with pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years.  This funding is also allocated for children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months and children of service personnel. The Government believes that schools should decide how to use the pupil premium and should report how much funding it receives,   how it is used and how this impacts on the educational attainment of the children concerned.

Click below to see how how much funding we receive, how we are using it and how this impacts on the educational attainment of the children concerned.

Pupil Premium


As our policies are updated, they will be added to the website. Hard copies of policies are available on request by emailing the School on info@ssaidanoswald.oldham.sch.uk

Community Survey
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Parent View gives you the chance to tell us what you think about your child’s school. Follow the link below to share your

Parent View

Our most recent Section 48 report stated that we are an outstanding school.  Read the report here to find out just why we were found to be so.

Section 48 Report



School Assembly Presentation - British Values and the Gospels

Our School Council recently took part in an assembly where they demonstrated how our core British Values are all reflected in the Gospel.

You can see the presentation that the children used and find out for yourselves using the link below.

British Values

At SS Aidan and Oswald's we want our parents to have high quality and accurate information about the school so that they can see how well we are doing.

The academic standards at SS Aidan and Oswald's and the progress made by the children continues to be very pleasing and we are very optimistic about the results across the school for 2017.

School Data 2016

School Data 2016

School Council Assembly

On Monday 25th January 2016, the School Council presented an assembly to the whole school.  The theme was FRIENDSHIP.  At this assembly, all the children were set a friendship challenge:

“To secretly choose someone in the school who they would make an extra effort to be friendly towards and then to reveal who they had chosen at the end of the week.”

Read more about this special assembly by following the link.

School Council Assembly Presentation
The Welcome Centre