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20/06/18

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20/06/18

Another fab day today. Thanks for leading a team of volunteers. Brilliant input from artists, scientists & parent helpers to Nurture Hearts & Minds. So impressed with their Art work. https://t.co/XgwQVYPG63

20/06/18

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson FCCT FRSA

Our parents are excited to be coming to our tomorrow to listen to our speakers

20/06/18

Retweeted From Rodger Caseby

Pupils found a huge diversity of insects for with and myself at today. Also some great ideas insect-inspired technological innovations for projects!

20/06/18

Retweeted From sublimeSTEM

No problem 🙂 Was a pleasure working with Aureus pupils today.

20/06/18

Retweeted From Alison Kriel

I’m really looking forward to running workshops on Being You at tomorrow https://t.co/TpgPrYZK1J

20/06/18

Come and join us for more coaching fro Senior Leaders with next term: https://t.co/N1zDY7vlwC

20/06/18

.Free coaching training for - women leading in education in or around Oxfordshire 5/7 - can you join us? https://t.co/nCnAMHJUMH

20/06/18

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Getting gung ho with your teaching career [interview], with of and https://t.co/hufStoo3ir https://t.co/kRyckXK0kC

20/06/18

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Get voting for your store’s local charity of the year, in store and online. https://t.co/HlOtTg4AhI https://t.co/BwW9gIaibS

20/06/18

Retweeted From The Art Room

Don't forget - you can help us support children and young people 👧🏼👦🏿👧🏽👦🏾 by voting 🎨for Wantage Road Local Charity of the Year before Sunday! https://t.co/FbbJk4Y84K

20/06/18

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students coding using sense HAT coding software. https://t.co/Zezj0Hguzy

20/06/18

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Shakespeare Festival

The Shakespeare Schools Festival (SSF) charity is the UK’s largest youth drama festival. SSF aims to engage children through an active way of learning.

Shakespeare

The charity strives to bridge "the attainment gap" by boosting articulacy and confidence, as well as imparting key employability skills such as teamwork, peer leadership and critical thinking. In preparing and performing the plays participants also learn about Shakespeare's language, themes and characters.

We were delighted to participate in this national project - our Year 7s  studyed a Midsummer’s Night Dream in the Autumn term and performed our abridged version at the Oxford Playhouse in November in front of a live audience.

Set in a forest, the play explores the themes of love, magic and dreams. The characters most people are most familiar with are Oberon and Titania, the King and Queen of the Fairies, along with the comedic Puck and Bottom.

Midsummer