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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

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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

09/06/20

or can you get egg-cited about completing this science challenge? https://t.co/BIQqBq3De8

09/06/20

At home Science club: Can you take charge of dancing ghosts? https://t.co/XjkZDsQ6uB https://t.co/pQi6wCWIRc

09/06/20

Retweeted From Didcot Train

Here's how the upcoming week is looking for us! Please let any young people keen to get involved know they just have to follow/friend the Youth Work team's professional Facebook and Instagram accounts: Justina Train, Harry Train, Lisa Train and Charlotte Train https://t.co/ZPdCMRB1ZW

08/06/20

Ain't no mountain high enough! Please enjoy our video this term and keep going , you are all doing great😄https://t.co/FoE8R8uevo

08/06/20

We love the time and effort that Clayton put into this Faculty Challenge, a family theatre night. Great work Clayton! https://t.co/WbF99iE9ov

Posted on: 27/09/2019

Oxfordshire Service Pupil Conference

Last Friday, we were delighted that four Aureus students took part in the very first Oxfordshire Service Pupil Conference in Oxford, an event which brings KS2 and KS3 Service children together from across Oxfordshire to share experiences and to have some fun!

The life of a service child is truly unique having to face a number of challenges through their journey through education. This conference for service pupils across the County aims to celebrate their unique journey within Oxfordshire schools and will enable them to have a voice as to how they are supported and how this support might be improved. 

Our students discussed what we can do for service children in our school and how parents can keep the schools informed when they are deployed. We took part in exercises to help show service children what kind of things their parents have to do in their day to day roles in the forces. The students had some great ideas and showed enthusiasm and a willingness to share with others, in particular with ideas on how they could share the life of a service child to other children at their own schools in assemblies.

With input from Professor Alison Baverstock, SkillForce and other Armed Forces related speakers, It was a fantastic experience for all those that attended.