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What is a chemical reaction? Our Year 8's have been experimenting in Chemistry this week


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


It's 🎉 Congratulations to our winners this week for embodying our 'Confidence'


Wow! Our STEAMettes club have been exploring painting using forces and marbling techniques to create some amazing planets for our Physics lab 🌎


What a great way to start this beautiful day . 7I enjoying a game of kick rounders in PE this morning


At our Year 6 days, we have been team building in PE, crime solving in English and taking part in some French games 🙌


It has been wonderful meeting our rising Year 7's on their transition days this week


A reminder that school will be closed tomorrow for students. We look forward to seeing you on Monday!


We are seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Science Technician to join the team in September! Come and join our wonderful school:


Some inspirational rewrites of "Upon Westminster Bridge" by 8R this morning, exploring how poetic language is used to raise awareness of current issues


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👉


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?"


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


These amazing students were all awarded certificates for showing Integrity this week! Congratulations 🎉


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!


Some amazing musical instruments created in our REcycled Music workshop


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


REinvent Food...our students have been making bread and butter pudding in this workshop today, inspiring them to reduce food waste


We have been lucky to have Nick Garnett in with Year 7's today building a kinetic coral reef through play


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


Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Education at Aureus (SMSC)

At Aureus we pledge to plan and deliver a learning experience to nurture outward looking students, who have a clear understanding of the world around them.

The SMSC education opportunities have been carefully created to support your child to grow, learn and flourish as young adults with skills for a global workplace. Our whole school community will support SMSC as it will prepare students for the responsibilities they will encounter later in life.

SMSC opportunities are embedded within our curriculum and are an integral part of our community time in the afternoon.

Spiritual education supports students to understand and value world religions. Students will have opportunities to reflect on their understanding through Philosophy for Kids activities as well as through imaginative and creative tasks. All staff and students are expected to uphold our community tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.

Moral education supports students to recognise right and wrong; respect the law; understand consequences; investigate moral and ethical issues; offer reasoned views. We will explore topical issues through community and curriculum time to enable students to verbalise, debate and value different viewpoints.

Social education supports our students to be fully fledged members of their local community by developing their social skills. Aureus students are encouraged to participate, volunteer and cooperate with their community. By developing social education opportunities our students will gain an ability to resolve conflict and engage with the British values of democracy, rule of law, liberty, respect and tolerance.

Cultural education is part of every conversation at Aureus. Students will learn through lessons and enrichment opportunities to appreciate cultural influences and to participate in cultural opportunities. Aureus School is a community which understands, accepts, respects and celebrates cultural diversity.