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Ex Gospel Oak pupil signs for Arsenal FC. Please click here to read article

Ex Gospel Oak pupil signs for Arsenal FC

posted 19 Jan 2018, 00:50 by Claire Bailey   [ updated 19 Jan 2018, 00:51 ]

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2017 Christmas lunch menu

posted 17 Nov 2017, 08:34 by Claire Bailey

Please click here to see this year's Christmas lunch menu

School Photos Order Form

posted 15 Nov 2017, 07:42 by Nathan Pallas   [ updated 29 Nov 2017, 00:40 ]

Please view photos of all your children before you proceed to order and take note of what you have ordered and how much it costs! We will take payment upon collection. Deadline for orders is the 27th November 2017. 

Orders and cash/cheques must be given to ONLY GOSA volunteers (NOT GIVEN TO THE OFFICE OR TEACHERS). In previous years we have always received the orders in good time for Christmas – however, there is no guarantee of this.

Parents and professional photographer, Manvin Vig, took the Individual photos and Ashley took the class photos. Prices are massively cheaper than professional school photos. All profits go directly to GOSA to spend on the school. 

See below if you cannot SUBMIT your order.

You must select an option per row in order to be able to submit. Only in the first child's grid.
Any issues please email administrator@gospeloakschool.com or come and see Nathan in the IT Office.

Drop-in IT Sessions

posted 30 Oct 2017, 02:28 by Nathan Pallas   [ updated 15 Nov 2017, 07:39 ]

Drop-in IT sessions start from the 1/11/17 in the IT Suite. We provide individual help with digital skills and IT issues.

Year 6 School Journey Pictures

posted 3 Oct 2017, 01:12 by Nathan Pallas   [ updated 4 Oct 2017, 01:15 ]

Check back here all week for new pictures!

Additional Nursery Funding

posted 19 Jul 2017, 03:13 by Nathan Pallas   [ updated 19 Jul 2017, 03:14 ]

Parent Workshops now on Tuesdays 9 am-10 am

posted 11 May 2017, 02:07 by Nathan Pallas   [ updated 11 May 2017, 02:07 ]

Free nursery places in Camden - A statement from the council

posted 28 Mar 2017, 03:22 by John Hayes

The Government is introducing two new policies this year which will affect free nursery places in Camden.


The first is a new offer of 30 hours’ free early education for working parents who meet certain criteria and the second is a new way of allocating how Councils spend the money they get from the Government for early years provision overall.


Details of these changes were published in December 2016 and are due to be put into practice in April 2017. All three and four year olds will remain entitled to 15 hours of free early education (15 hours a week for 38 weeks, up to the total of 570 hours).


These new policies mean a decrease in funding for Camden and the removal of flexibilities that have enabled the Council to fund an additional 15 free hours in school and Council-run nurseries. If we were to continue with our current ‘enhanced offer’ of 30 free hours, at the same time as implementing the new national policies, it would leave a funding gap of more than £5 million which we can no longer afford to fill.


This means the Camden ‘enhanced offer’ for all three and four year olds in school and Council-run nurseries will need to change. The time to develop and agree a revised offer for Camden families has been very tight - but a public consultation about a revised offer targeted at the children of non-working parents who have met the criteria for the national offer of funded early year places for 2 year olds is now open. There are 2 consultations, one with more technical questions for providers and one about the Camden’s proposed new early years offer for parents. You can find these consultations on the Council website at:



The final decision about Camden’s revised early education offer will be made by the Council’s Cabinet in April. This means that schools will only be able to make a provisional offer of 15 hours to all children and will determine eligibility for both the Government entitlement for the children of working parents and any additional offer that Camden may decide to fund in the future.


We are aware that the uncertainty about the number of hours for which your child will be funded makes it difficult for you to plan your childcare arrangements and we assure you that we will do everything we can to minimise the difficulty caused by the extremely tight timeframe allowed for us to respond to changes in national policy.


Google Apps Parent Workshop

posted 28 Mar 2017, 02:26 by Nathan Pallas   [ updated 28 Mar 2017, 03:18 ]

Workshops start from 19th April!
Register your interest.

Nursery Applications for September 2017

posted 29 Nov 2016, 06:41 by Claire Bailey

We are now taking applications for nursery places to start in September 2017 for children born between 01/09/2013 and 31/08/2014.
Please see Sue in the main school office for an application form or call 0207 485 7435 for more information. Applications are made directly to the school.
The deadline for all nursery applications in 28th February 2017.

Also, please do not forget that the deadline for applying for reception places is 15th January 2017. Applications for reception places are made online directly to Camden- https://www.eadmissions.org.uk/eAdmissions/app
This is for children born between 01/09/2012 and 31/08/2013.

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