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We are so proud of Holly for organising this fantastic Superhero Family Fun Run in aid of . Well done Holly, it was a great day 😊


Our Year 9's have been building characterization skills, expression and gesture in Drama today


9R have been juxtaposing an extract from The Great Gatsby and The Grapes of Wrath, exploring how life changed for people as a result of The Great Depression


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Wonderful walking around school today and seeing our Year 8 students getting stuck into lessons 🎨


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Looking forward to welcoming back our Year 8 and 9's tomorrow as we embark on our third year!


Students enjoying their first lunch break


Great to see lots of happy faces at lunchtime today 😀 🥪


Year 7's have been enjoying their first morning getting to know each other and their new timetables in coaching time 🙌


We are really looking forward to meeting our new Year 7's tomorrow. Please ensure to arrive at the Main Reception between 8.15-8.25am for our first assembly of the year🙂


We are absolutely delighted to have won this award! Thank you Miss Costar for making this happen 🎉


Fantastic Celebration Assembly this morning🙌Congratulations to all the students who were nominated this year - a great achievement, well done. Enjoy the Summer holiday and we look forward to welcoming you all back in September for our third year!


Congratulations to the Malala Faculty for winning not only the Sports Day shield but also the Inter-Faculty Challenges Cup this year!


A fantastic afternoon at the Sports Day 2019 🏆 Well done and thank you to all the students that took part, to all those cheering them on, to for helping us run the day and to our wonderful PE department for making it all happen 🙌


Year 8's have been investigating, designing and building marble mazes this week in Science


What is a chemical reaction? Our Year 8's have been experimenting in Chemistry this week


enjoyed the and in London on Friday. They learnt about gender equality, queer history, intersex rights, wrote poetry and learnt how to make a positive change via social media


It's 🎉 Congratulations to our winners this week for embodying our 'Confidence'


Wow! Our STEAMettes club have been exploring painting using forces and marbling techniques to create some amazing planets for our Physics lab 🌎

School Health Nurse

Oxford Health

Our School Health Nurse based at Aureus school is Gina Adcock and she visits the school every Tuesday.

The school health nurses are employed by Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust based in secondary schools and the community.

What do they offer?

  • A confidential health service. Confidentiality means young people can discuss personal information with us and we will not discuss it with anyone else without their permission, unless we feel that the young person/ another individual may be at risk of harm. If information needs to be shared we always try to discuss this with the young person first so that you know why, and what will happen.
  • Help support the physical and emotional health and wellbeing of children, young people and families where required. 
  • Provide advice on healthy choices, for example healthy eating, dental health, sexual health and substance misuse.
  • Work closely with the school to promote a healthy lifestyle, including diet and exercise.
  • Offer health reviews when needed  to ensure young people continue to reach their full potential by promoting optimal health and wellbeing for all children and young people.
  • Offer a childhood immunisation programme. 
  • Provide specific support for families with complex needs where required.
  • Work in partnership with outside agencies with regards to young people’s health.
  • Offer advice and information on a range of public health issues. 

Students can access school health via drop-in clinics (every Tuesday break time). Or, if a staff member would like a young person to be seen we ask that a referral form is completed and emailed directly to the school nurse.