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11/07/19

What is a chemical reaction? Our Year 8's have been experimenting in Chemistry this week https://t.co/vjRUJTx64l

08/07/19

enjoyed the and in London on Friday. They learnt about gender equality, queer history, intersex rights, wrote poetry and learnt how to make a positive change via social media https://t.co/LteBfCFCRl

05/07/19

It's 🎉 Congratulations to our winners this week for embodying our 'Confidence' https://t.co/Np9RCe2WnQ

04/07/19

Wow! Our STEAMettes club have been exploring painting using forces and marbling techniques to create some amazing planets for our Physics lab 🌎 https://t.co/1m65T5Y5jk

03/07/19

What a great way to start this beautiful day . 7I enjoying a game of kick rounders in PE this morning https://t.co/deCdRESxBQ

02/07/19

At our Year 6 days, we have been team building in PE, crime solving in English and taking part in some French games 🙌 https://t.co/q54kzeduAu

02/07/19

It has been wonderful meeting our rising Year 7's on their transition days this week https://t.co/7CKjFqtQU9

27/06/19

A reminder that school will be closed tomorrow for students. We look forward to seeing you on Monday! https://t.co/ALQml6jRMv

27/06/19

We are seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Science Technician to join the team in September! Come and join our wonderful school: https://t.co/fxruolYPNY https://t.co/PdNfEtp9TZ

27/06/19

Some inspirational rewrites of "Upon Westminster Bridge" by 8R this morning, exploring how poetic language is used to raise awareness of current issues https://t.co/rVxZY7YWFw

25/06/19

Retweeted From Pride Youth Network

Great to see are going full steam ahead with their especially creating around school🌈This is a great start in creating 🤝 Keep up the good work! If you want this in your school sign up here👉 https://t.co/mqMWvsH7o4 https://t.co/jjQkSGVSkW

25/06/19

A great session with our Pride Youth Network and Gina, our Student Health Nurse, discussing and questioning 'What does gender and sexuality mean to you?" https://t.co/Qbxl3Gzfws

24/06/19

Year 8 students have been developing a timeline of the Holocaust today in Humanties. Year 7's, currently studying "The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas" in English Literature, joined them to admire their work https://t.co/oVSdxiz1rR

21/06/19

These amazing students were all awarded certificates for showing Integrity this week! Congratulations 🎉 https://t.co/XZNzggvoDt

19/06/19

Pupils from joined Voices of Aureus for a fabulous GLF Music Festival yesterday where they performed to parents and carers'. Well done to all involved, they were amazing! https://t.co/okhnDwZ0iY

19/06/19

Some amazing musical instruments created in our REcycled Music workshop https://t.co/hbjI0cibB8

19/06/19

Our Year 8 students have been looking at environmental risks we face on our planet today and researching apps that could help make us greener https://t.co/NZVyiodPa9

19/06/19

REinvent Food...our students have been making bread and butter pudding in this workshop today, inspiring them to reduce food waste https://t.co/sB4raMSWPo

19/06/19

We have been lucky to have Nick Garnett in with Year 7's today building a kinetic coral reef through play https://t.co/khkBrwePLI

19/06/19

Our 3rd day of the year, we have been looking at 'REinvent, REuse, REcycle'. Year 7's have been getting creative with REcycled wind chimes, Reco cultivation and REused sculpture https://t.co/GS8TPhtFWk

Posted on: 16/04/2019

Aureus School's young scientists in university finals

We had a fantastic time with our budding scientists at this year’s brilliant science fair where some fascinating projects were on display.

Aureus School  joined around 400 pupils from across the GLF Schools network to show some brilliant science projects, which were all produced at home, in the contest’s final held at the Royal Holloway University in Egham, Surrey on Monday.

Projects were incredibly diverse and ranged from ‘Why don’t polar bears get cold?’ to ‘Life and death of planet earth’ and ‘which brand of kitchen roll is the most absorbent?. Each was beautifully presented and had been thoroughly researched.

More than 30 businesses also took part in the finals with displays and stands at the university to encourage our pupils to look at future careers involving the STEM subjects of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.

The companies ranged from the Royal Society of Chemistry to the world-famous Brooklands Museum and many offered some great hands-on exhibits. There were also keynote speakers who inspired us all.

“This is the third year running we have held a science fair grand final event and it is getting bigger and better each time,” said Daniel Welch, Primary Science Leader at GLF Schools.

Each project won its place at the final by beating others at school and the standard this year was particularly high from all the entrants.