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Students from across the school took part in our Spelling Bee this week 🐝 Find out the winners here -


During Science Club, Year 7 investigate dilatancy with a non-Newtonian fluid. They had a lot of fun exploring the amazing properties of the Oobleck puddle!


In coaching time this morning, students have been discussing how they would like the internet to be free from bullying, grooming and trolling. These posters are just a few ways in which they wish they were online.


Year 9 investigate the factors affecting the rate of enzyme substrate reactions, lots of fantastic results!


We love how these poly-prints have turned out! 8G have been printing their designs onto fabric this morning, we are really looking forward to seeing the final piece of art in place


8V have been investigating the relationship between light intensity and the rate of oxygen production during photosynthesis.The pond weed needed a little encouragement!


Year 9 GCSE Computing have been learning how to create Turtle graphics using Python. Some excellent results!


7O developing their movement skills and creating freeze frames in Drama; conveying the emotion of soldiers from the poem 'The Charge of the Light Brigade' by Alfred, Lord Tennyson


7M investigating which reactions were exothermic and endothermic in Chemistry this morning. Thankfully their hands didn't get too warm! 🔥


Year 8 have been working hard in Spanish this week identifying the dangers of social media and using their findings to create some fantastic posters


How do we describe the process of breathing? 7C have been making models of the lungs in Biology this morning


Still time to apply! Teacher of Mathematics - Teacher of Science -


7P have been experimenting with marble chips and acid in Chemistry today, investigating the conservation of mass


We are extremely excited and very proud that our Voices of Aureus choir have been invited to perform on the main stage at Wembley in the concert on 17th March. Here they are in rehearsal this morning 🙌


Exploring the use of movement skills and passing the focus of the audience in Drama this morning. Every single student in 8G has worked extremely hard, well done!


We have two exciting vacancies to join our Teaching Team; Teacher of Mathematics and Teacher of Science. Find out more about these roles:


8P have been exploring the conventions of different genres and searching extracts from Dickens' 'A Christmas Carol' for evidence of it fitting within the gothic genre 📖


Great courage shown by our Year 9 students today in English Language whilst presenting their speeches highlighting Gender Inequality


7M were making observations during a Thermal Decomposition practical in Chemistry today. Don't worry, Copper Carbonate (CuCO3) is meant to go black when you heat it!


7C have been looking at gas exchange in the lungs this morning, carrying out an experiment to raise their breathing rates

Posted on: 10/02/2020

We will be singing with Voice in a Million

Singers from Aureus School will be heading to the iconic SSE Arena in Wembley next month to take part in a wonderful event.

The Voice in a Million initiative is now celebrating its eleventh year, and we will be joining choirs from many other schools to perform at the amazing London venue on March 17.

The event showcases some of the best in young singing talent and is a great opportunity to be part of a wonderful celebration of singing with all the participating children forming a mass choir.

Our choir has been rehearsing hard to make sure all the songs are practically note-perfect and we are really looking forward to seeing the members taking part in such a wonderful event alongside many other schools.

Voice in a Million encourages children to take part in music-based activities, especially singing, and also promotes the health benefits and feeling of belonging that singing with a choir can bring the children, particularly those in care.

The project was established in 2009 as a promoter of school singing events with an under-pinning message to raise awareness of the issues children in care may face and the importance of adoption and fostering, both in the UK and around the world.

Schoolchildren from all backgrounds take part and unite in song to perform in front of their own family and friends along with members of the public and some 5 to 6,000 take part each of the three nights of the event.

For more details about Voice in a Million see