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24/06/18

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson FCCT FRSA

We have gone from 62-84% today!!! Well done you. 👏👏👏 & we still have a spellathon & spelling bee organised by to come from us & another raffle for . Plus raffle funds from to pay in.

24/06/18

Retweeted From RELAXKIDSSOUTHOXON

Sirius the Black Dog now raising awareness of mental health troubles in Oxfordshire schools- yours?. https://t.co/2Hrd9RsliT

24/06/18

Retweeted From Richard Venables

Thanks and all for the inspiring last week https://t.co/33Z20rHLbu

24/06/18

Retweeted From Richard Venables

SIRIUS the Black Dog moved safely last week from to for a trip to the South of Oxon https://t.co/xKtz0500Ax

24/06/18

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson FCCT FRSA

Thank you very much for transporting him to us. Our students all know who he is, why we have him and what you are raising awareness of!

24/06/18

Retweeted From Richard Venables

Inspiring evening on Thursday last week at the listening to Dan Knowles and the many hats of and learning all about with and interactive talk from John Rees https://t.co/sj16rFMV8u

24/06/18

Retweeted From clare

Great to Meet u too. Excited by your initiative to raise awareness with

23/06/18

Sorry if we have missed any of our contributors! You were all fab! ☀️ https://t.co/3NszsKO5JL

23/06/18

Retweeted From It's A Playground

What an amazing Wellbeing . I felt privileged to be able to present to such a caring and committed group of people and share the stage with some amazing and inspirational… https://t.co/J841XnhyqY

23/06/18

Retweeted From Sarah @ Plain Sailing Motivation

Don’t spend your life thinking happiness is at the other end of the rainbow 🌈. Find it every day. 🌈 https://t.co/DuUCdjhu4v

23/06/18

Retweeted From Julie Hunter

Great to be at where we are all working towards a proactive approach to

23/06/18

Retweeted From Julie Hunter

When you have had long days before and meet it feels joyful and looking forward to our next meet. https://t.co/Tikya19tw7

23/06/18

Retweeted From clare

Absolutely. GRT the has gone from county to . I've spoken to & the next can be hosted in in Basingstoke . Abt the same date 2019. Looking fwd to raising the flag.TY https://t.co/yn6vLrgR60

23/06/18

It has been a -filled week at Aureus. Thank you for a fab day nurturing hearts & minds through the Arts & for leading the Space Camp. 🎭 👩‍🎨 🔬 https://t.co/M2prTRbQSl

23/06/18

Retweeted From CPDBee

Thank you , , for working with to support and your staff. Thank for endorsing her work on . Read what they said about : https://t.co/Bq099qXrNK https://t.co/pOw3DwrJsM

22/06/18

Retweeted From Adventures in Wellbeing

Have woken up with a head full of thoughts, ideas & inspiration this morning. Thank you to & all at and to and all the speakers at yesterday’s teachmeet

22/06/18

Retweeted From Maurice Dixon

Thank you and for such an informing and inspiring . Lots to take away and share with colleagues.

22/06/18

Retweeted From RELAXKIDSSOUTHOXON

Engaging, inspiring and thought provoking Thank you https://t.co/MuwLpCecck

22/06/18

Retweeted From Alison Kriel FRSA

Thank-you to everyone who was part of yesterday. I am richer for wonderful presentions & every single interaction with participants. Thanks for pre-show giggles & & great journey home with & https://t.co/lBHI0MyZeO

Our News

4 July 2017: Miss Hannah Wilson has been appointed as the Headteacher of Aureus School. If you follow education on social media, Hannah is @Miss_Wilsey on Twitter and is also a co-founder of #WomenEd, which focuses upon connecting existing and aspiring women leaders in education.

The slides used in the 22 June Information Event are available for viewing here.

Find out more about the Great Western Park development here.

GLF chief executive officer Jon Chaloner has over 20 years of experience as a teacher, and said being asked to provide that service for a new settlement like Great Western Park was a major responsibility – and also a huge opportunity. “The establishment of a new community like this is an exciting time for the people who are going to live there, and also for us as education providers,” he explained. “Schools play such an integral part in building the community around them and binding people together, so local residents have to be sure that they’re entrusting that role to someone who is capable of fulfilling it. That’s why Aureus is a huge opportunity for us – and it’s why we’re so keen to meet and talk to potential parents, so we can find out what it is that they’re looking for in an education provider, and also so that they can see the kind of success we’ve had elsewhere.”

Aureus is planned to open in September 2017, with parents able to apply for places during the 2016-17 academic year. It is being built to accommodate an initial eight forms of entry in year groups seven to 11, with 240 pupils in each year, up to a maximum capacity of 1200. As the population of Great Western Park increases, the school’s intake will also be in a position to grow, and Mr Chaloner said GLF was excited about the prospect of being in on such a major project from the outset. “In just two years, our group has gone from two schools to 12, with several more to come, so we already have a strong track record of going into new areas and communities, listening and being sensitive to their specific needs and concerns, and creating new learning environments to meet those requirements,” he explained.

“Every new school is as exciting an opportunity for us as it is for the children attending it, and their families,” he continued. “We would urge anyone who’s interested in the school to come along, so we can hear their views on what’s needed and what they’re looking for in a new school, and they can also see how we’ve gone about doing things in our previous schools and communities.”