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All Yr 11 students are encouraged to come along to period 6 on a Tuesday & Wednesday. It is a great opportunity to get some extra work done in their chosen subjects. Last year's GCSE students have said that Period 6 and early revision was a key factor in their exam success.


My favorite quote from this evening “I’ve got six children and I’ve seen a lot of headteachers do these speeches, you did brilliantly!”. Thank you to the parents who came and supported the school and their child this evening. Families and schools working together!



Staff and students were celebrating after the Class of 2023 achieved some outstanding results this morning!Well done, everyone!!


will be in the dining hall from 09:00-10:30.


We are looking forward to seeing year 11 from 09:00 - 10:30 tomorrow for their results.



The Biomimicry STEAM day award went to Angelina, who designed a fantastic pair of walking boots based on a mountain lion.Well Done Angelina!



It's that time of year again...It's Sports Day!Good luck to everyone who is taking part and let's hope it stays dry!!


In art we are going cross-curriculum and combining numbers with art and taking inspiration from Jasper Johns' Number art for STEAM day!


Our students are lucky enough to work with House of Fun & JONAS Software today for our STEAM day!


Premises Assistant Job Opportunity: Are you someone who can support us to take good care of our school premises? Delivering a high quality service with a friendly manner and taking pride in our school by always ensuring that it looks it’s best.


All DofE groups finished and on their way home!


Heading home! Well done DofE students - you are amazing!


Heading for the last checkpoint...


Rise & shine! All campers are getting ready for their final day of their bronze expedition.

Inclusion & SEND

At Aureus School, we believe that every student has a unique set of strengths and qualities that deserve to be recognised and nurtured. We understand that each individual brings something valuable to our community, and it is our commitment to celebrate and embrace this diversity. Inclusion, for us, is not just a buzzword; it is the very essence of our educational philosophy. We create an environment where students from all walks of life feel welcomed, valued and supported.

Our dedication to inclusion extends beyond the classroom. We are deeply committed to ensuring that every student, regardless of their background or challenges they may face, has the opportunity to succeed. We provide a range of resources and personalised support to meet the unique needs of each learner. Our teaching approach is adaptable and flexible, enabling us to cater to the diverse learning styles and preferences of our students.

At Aureus School, we set high standards for all our students. We firmly believe that every individual can achieve excellence with the right guidance and support. Our educators are committed to nurturing the potential of each student, helping them grow academically and personally. By setting these high standards, we empower our students to strive for greatness and believe in their own capabilities.

Cultivating ambition is at the heart of our educational mission. We encourage our students to dream big, aspire to greatness, and never settle for mediocrity. Our inclusive approach ensures that ambition knows no boundaries. Whether a student is navigating a specific educational need or simply reaching for the stars, our school is here to foster that ambition and provide the tools, encouragement, and support needed to turn dreams into reality.

Our inclusive school is committed to supporting all students in their journey towards success, without making distinctions based on their backgrounds or unique challenges. We strive for excellence, ensuring that every student has the opportunity to succeed.

Inclusion Team
The inclusion team at Aureus School is comprised of experienced and dedicated teacher and teaching assistants and is managed by the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator (SENDCo). The role of the SENDCo is to ensure a smooth transfer of SEND students from primary school and to ensure the appropriate provision is in place once at Aureus School.

If you have any enquiries around SEND, please contact Sarah Hassell (SENDCo).

Contact our SENDCO

SEND Policy and documents

Here are some links to some other useful websites:

OCC SEND Local Offer Oxfordshire County Council SEND Local Offer.
SENDIASS SENDIASS Oxfordshire support parents and carers of children with special educational needs.
Practitioner Toolkit The Practitioner Toolkit contains information and tools for issues arising in work with children, young people and families.
CAMHS Provide a range of services to help young people overcome personal difficulties in their lives.
Autism Family Support Support the therapeutic education of autistic children, and considers innovative projects to help children and their families.
TES SEN Resources Resources from exhibitors from the TES SEN Show. Providing guides, resources and activity ideas, many of which you can access for free.