Our school model drives who we are and what we do.
Sports and Physical Education
Outdoor learning is about extending the learning experience beyond the classroom walls. Our students take part in field trips, residential visits and CAS activities in addition to learning in outdoor spaces as a part of their school curriculum.
We understand the importance of digital literacy for our students, and that is why we incorporate technology in our learning approach as well as in our curricula in an age-appropriate way. We also balance the use of digital learning with traditional methods of learning.
OWIS places the children first. The ‘back to basics’ feeling of prioritising what matters forms the educational and social wellbeing of all students and is a plus for me. I also like that technology plays enough of a part within my children's studies but does not dominate basic skills towards literacy with reading, writing and presentation. There is very much a balance.
My daughter has gained confidence in herself and her abilities. The subject in which she struggled most with at the beginning of the school year has now become her favourite subject!
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