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The silver group have made it to camp safely. Tents are up and dinner has been cooked!


Our first Silver expedition has begun!


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In Computing this morning, Year 7 students were learning how to code in Javascript using, using variables to create shapes and parameters


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Year 7 have been testing their memory skills in Drama this week, recalling lines from The Diary of Anne Frank. They did a great job!


Today year 7 made their own cabbage indicator and used it to test whether different substances were acids or alkalis - this can also be done at home! #creatingfutures


Our year 8 students took part in an engaging Life Choices event this week, organised by . They listened to a series of talks, designed anti-knife crime posters and even got to go into a prison cell van! Read more about the day here:


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Year 7 students have been looking at the parts of a flower this week in Biology, dissecting and labelling each part in a fun practical


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Our sports hall is set up ready for day 2 of the Year 9 summer exams


Year 7 students rehearsed a fun script in Drama today based on the value resilience, for our last day of term


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We are really excited for the relaunch of our library following Covid restrictions; our prefects have been hard at work during lunchtimes organising and labelling new stock. More information to follow: watch this space!


Year 9 taking part in some practice rehearsals for their dance assessments this week


Year 9's investigating displacement reactions to produce metals in Chemistry this morning


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Wishing peace, happiness and prosperity to all our families and friends celebrating this special day

Posted on: 11/11/2020

Marking Remembrance Day at our school

Staff and students fell silent at school when we paid our respects Aureus Remembersto the fallen on Remembrance Day at 11am.

Any of our students who are a member of the cadet forces for the RAF, Royal Navy or Army, along with Scouts and Guides, were encouraged to wear their organisation’s uniform for the day.

Despite the current lockdown and difficulties that the Coronavirus pandemic has caused us this year, it was very important that we mark the anniversary of the Armistice and join together in a communal act of remembrance. 

It was very encouraging to see so many of you in uniform paying your respects to those service personnel who have died as a result of war or conflict over the years.

The sound of the bugle playing Last Post in the quad, at the heart of the school, was heard in all classrooms and was very moving, as was the wreath-laying in our remembrance garden - thank you to those who took part.

Here is a video of The Last Post, kindly played by a friend of Aureus, Jan Morter.