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06/07/20

Click here for instructions on how to make one: https://t.co/IZ5n4MA5o5. Also we would like to say a big thank you to for all their generous donations to our Science department this year! 2/2

06/07/20

At Home Science Club: This week we would like you to make your very own Solar Oven. Send us a photo of your finished oven to media.org and you could WIN a solar furnace like this one! 1/2 https://t.co/S11mlB4Mlj

03/07/20

We would like to invite you to join us for our Year 6 'Virtual' Open Events, providing you with an opportunity to hear more about our wonderful school. Visit https://t.co/rjEIOGVE2a to find out more about the events and to register your place. https://t.co/m7VafqX0Sa

03/07/20

Thank you so much to the Oxfordshire Kindness Wave https://t.co/o9KdYTVyLw and for sending us this lovely pack to some of our students this week ❤️ https://t.co/8AHC2J65jb

03/07/20

Are you an inspiring and enthusiastic Teaching Assistant looking for your next challenge? Come and join our fantastic Inclusion Team in September. The role is 33 hours per week, term-time only. For full details and to apply online, visit https://t.co/gzVXdYZ7Uw

30/06/20

Retweeted From Didcot Train

This week at TRAIN!🎉Young people just need to friend/follow the Youth Work team's professional Facebook and Instagram accounts to get involved and see more of what they're getting up to: Justina Train, Harry Train, Charlotte Train https://t.co/V1AnD929ZG

30/06/20

Looking forward to seeing our first group of Year 7 students in tomorrow for their 1-2-1 meetings 🙂 Ms Hunter has prepared this video about entering the school, please share this with your child: https://t.co/g8STiionz8

29/06/20

Budding Year 7 botanist, Leia, completes an amazing flower dissection for Biology lesson at home https://t.co/XwSIWMy8av

29/06/20

Retweeted From National Online Safety

Happy ! Here's our free guide for Parents; 'the largest interactive social platform for play' according to the makers. Please retweet & share with your whole school community! - Download here: https://t.co/0Url7fNw16 https://t.co/sJrEpbTSJK

23/06/20

This week's faculty challenge is a lip sync challenge! Enjoy this video from Ms Saul, Mr Morris and Mrs Powell! https://t.co/xi76mWfHVB

23/06/20

We have created a new video for our rising Year 7's this week, we hope you enjoy this Who's Who https://t.co/QEo1hESXnI

22/06/20

You may have seen in this week's newsletter the fantastic virtual code breaking event taking place from the 1st July, raising money for . Here is a link to the full details of the event: https://t.co/7t75XPVJxK https://t.co/N8s27QZfSP

22/06/20

Here is your challenge this week from the PE Department: Cricket Bowling https://t.co/yFfzrz7sjW

16/06/20

Here is a timetable of activities from taking place this week. https://t.co/d9dcCKZePA

15/06/20

Follow these simple steps on your journey to school to and : https://t.co/u1ZcVkA9by https://t.co/s7Mq6YtO8H

15/06/20

Here is the PE Challenge #3 - Overarm Throw: https://t.co/269DpCt9Tm

11/06/20

Wow! Freddie in Year 9 has created this stunning piece of artwork on his tablet and has had it printed onto a canvas for a family birthday present; bet they were delighted with their gift! https://t.co/XtLOQPPujW

11/06/20

This week Year 7 have been carefully considering how to present the Norman Conquest to the public as part of their museum project. Jake has done a fantastic job and has really visualised what he wants his museum to look like and why https://t.co/0As42wRLvK

10/06/20

Year 8 have been writing an modern response to William Wordsworth's Upon Westminster Bridge as part of their Protest and Environment Unit. Here are some fantastic poems written by Charley, Emily, Thomas and Lily https://t.co/Xu30pgfW82

09/06/20

As always, please send photos or videos of your fun demonstrations to: media.org

Ethics & Philosophy

Year 7

Students will learn about a variety of global Religions and will discuss similarities and differences between them. Students will engage in what they believe and learn how to have empathy with people who have different beliefs. Students will explore what it means to be human and how we follow different rules depending on our faith systems. 

Year 7 Curriculum Overview - Ethics & Philosophy

Year 8

The study of religion is an important part of the Humanities curriculum. Together with History and Geography it enables students to make connections which lead to a stronger understanding of a number of diverse cultures and beliefs. Students will be able to begin to make sense of local, national and world events and the reasons for peoples’ responses to them.

Year 8 Curriculum Overview - Ethics & Philosophy

Year 9 GCSE

Students will identify contrasting views between Christianity & another world religion. At Aureus we focus on Christian faith & the Buddhist philosophy. Students will also focus on 4 major topics which will cover the thematic studies. At Aureus we focus on Human rights & social justice, Crime & punishment, Religion & life and Relationships & families. The outcome of KS4 curriculum is for the students to achieve a better grade in their GCSE and to develop students’ analytical and Strategic thinking, research skills, critical judgement and to promote empathy.

Year 9 Curriculum Overview - Ethics & Philosophy