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02/03/24

When you get two lovely emails on the same weekend 🥰. At Aureus, the staff always put the students at the centre of what we do. pic.twitter.com/UKYB2nzSwd

01/03/24

This week’s update from Kirsty Rogers, Headteacher https://t.co/JYudP5fS9P pic.twitter.com/0lPJ8vVoNJ

01/03/24

Where will we find the Ox next? pic.twitter.com/IMsxVsnfz7

01/03/24

All the Friday feeling I need! Thanks to my great team for another good week! pic.twitter.com/JdIAPks6j0

29/02/24

Year 10 Intermediate Maths Challenge celebrations 🥰 🧮 pic.twitter.com/aRpInHrHjf

29/02/24

Aureus School is taking part!#LetGirlsPlay is a campaign to influence change, showing that football can & should be played by girls. It's bringing together a community who want to create independent, resilient young girls who'll be a force for good in all local communities. pic.twitter.com/XzrMmPhvVu

29/02/24

Our Ox has arrived. Suggestions of names very welcome pic.twitter.com/rB3F1o6r31

28/02/24

Almost 20% of children within are recognised as being disadvantaged. We support the opportunities of children within GLF Schools through funding directed in 3 areas: Projects, Programmes & People Awards.Make a donation to support our students https://t.co/fwTR4uiwD0 pic.twitter.com/MTGSSpIOOb

28/02/24

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28/02/24

The first of our Y5 Masterclasses, English, starts next Tuesday, 5th March.To book a place on any of our masterclasses, use this link: https://t.co/EzX6HrNFoW pic.twitter.com/0hsferQSbs

28/02/24

Our Y5 Dance Masterclasses takes place next Thursday, 7th March.To book a place on any of our Masterclasses, use this link: https://t.co/EzX6HrNFoW pic.twitter.com/o1Nlsqu27a

28/02/24

As a mathematician myself, it was an honour to present Josh the gold award for the intermediate Maths Challenge. Well done Josh, what an achievement pic.twitter.com/D9NjxbRKT1

28/02/24

⚽️ Sport Result ⚽️The year 10’s played a tough game against Wallingford School yesterday. There was some great passages of play as a team with good performances all over the pitch. Michael and Tyler both got on the score sheet but unfortunately we didn’t win the match pic.twitter.com/zXGSCx3E35

28/02/24

As a mathematician myself, it was an honour to present Josh the gold award for the intermediate Maths Challenge. Well done Josh, what an achievement pic.twitter.com/D9NjxbRKT1

28/02/24

Year 8 investigate the reactivity of metals when added to acid. What salt is formed when hydrochloride acid is used? pic.twitter.com/2vXPGQzDNR

28/02/24

Year 8 investigate the reactivity of metals when added to acid. What salt is formed when hydrochloride acid is used? pic.twitter.com/2vXPGQzDNR

28/02/24

Almost 20% of children within are recognised as being disadvantaged. We support the opportunities of children within GLF Schools through funding directed in 3 areas: Projects, Programmes & People Awards.Make a donation to support our students https://t.co/fwTR4uiwD0 pic.twitter.com/MTGSSpIOOb

27/02/24

Year 8 have been learning about gas pressure #physics pic.twitter.com/OHpzCq2uLN

27/02/24

Year 8 have been learning about gas pressure #physics pic.twitter.com/OHpzCq2uLN

23/02/24

Looking forward to celebrating with the students who participated in the Intermediate Maths Challenge next week. With some bronze, silver and gold certificates to hand out. pic.twitter.com/4xDvSM5ULU

Posted on: 14/07/2021

Students enjoy a Science and Literature day

For our second drop down day this academic year, our Year 9 students spent the day in the Science department, carrying out a variety of experiments which included building circuits and exploring biological enzymes.

“It was great to see the students applying the knowledge that they have learned practically.  Conducting experiments also allows the students to develop other important skills such as teamwork and time management.” said Dr Nolte, Second in Science

Our Year 10 students took part in a special GCSE Focus Day, specialising in English Literature.

They watched performances of Macbeth, Dr Jekyll and Hyde along with An Inspector Calls from the fantastic Globe Players. In between performances students discussed the texts with their English teachers.

Mr Ali, Assistant Headteacher for Raising Standards, said, “Students gathering an understanding of key GCSE texts is vital. Watching a performance not only allows for this but provides our students with a different and out of class learning experience too.”

“Seeing the students so engaged in an alternative way of accessing the texts was fantastic - the students gave positive feedback and enjoyed the 'theatre' experience.", added Miss Costar, English Teacher.

This was a great day for students and we look forward to running some more activities next year.