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14/11/19

An exciting opportunity to join our IT team as a Junior Regional IT Technician. Find out more here: https://t.co/E3Wcg0j6kE https://t.co/TurkALG2YY

14/11/19

club investigated the dangers of splashing chemicals in eyes in yesterday's . Using egg whites, they replicated the aqueous humour of the eye and added a variety of chemicals including hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide to observe the ‘damage’ caused https://t.co/4HCGmdsSxw

13/11/19

Year 9 have been perfecting their badminton skills in GCSE PE this morning https://t.co/hmjBgNYA9x

13/11/19

The Big Question in year 7 this morning: What are unicellular organisms? https://t.co/dQ65ZNHz8w

12/11/19

7P have been developing their painting techniques and preparing to create poly block prints as they study the work of Andy Warhol in 🖌🎨 https://t.co/tcOBEIkdu2

11/11/19

We are pleased to be supporting the appeal this year. Students and Staff are invited to bring donations to school no later than Friday 13th December. For a full list of gift ideas visit https://t.co/msIS8RoypE https://t.co/aes5ChZtIZ

10/11/19

Privileged to be part of the parade in Didcot today. We will remember them. https://t.co/9QdJi4OHAC

08/11/19

Congratulations to our newly elected Student Council 🎉 https://t.co/OWGYzhnJnZ

08/11/19

GCSE Art have been exploring the work of Ian Murphy, using mixed media techniques to create dramatic architecture pieces https://t.co/td4y41mqNm

08/11/19

What is market research? Year 9 have been looking at the different types of market research, methods of collecting and their advantages/disadvantages https://t.co/R2Gmc3yLBq

07/11/19

We are recruiting! Come and join our Aureus family as we grow our school. We have the following vacancies: ✅ Teacher of Mathematics ✅ Head of Mathematics ✅ Teacher of Science ✅ Pastoral Welfare Leader Interested? Apply online here: https://t.co/1Z85MK1Mo6 https://t.co/bfN3Jfg2AA

06/11/19

Have you seen our new mosaic installations? A wonderful community project with residents from neighbouring and local artist, Clare Goodall https://t.co/9nQ4EQNVE1 https://t.co/BeiXNPwVo8

05/11/19

more details to follow in this weeks bulletin! https://t.co/E4Jkmxl1YO

05/11/19

more details to follow in this weeks bulletin! https://t.co/B2l6K069mI

05/11/19

Exploring the magic of Physics...Year 8 have been investigating magnetic fields by making paper clips seemingly float in mid air! https://t.co/7HNl2tgGUQ

05/11/19

more details to follow in this weeks Bulletin! https://t.co/MS89TK0f4W

04/11/19

In Year 9 GCSE English Language, students have been analysing https://t.co/hXWUe8HLjS

04/11/19

In Ms King's dance lesson this morning, Year 7 students were practicing unity and .The last part of this routine was their own improvisation of being a soldier at war https://t.co/lZwQ6LbJwR

23/10/19

In Year 8 DT today, students have been looking at designing menu's; looking at paper folds, front covers and food options https://t.co/fkBhNJODWm

School Health Nurse

Oxford Health

Our School Health Nurse based at Aureus school is Gina Adcock and she visits the school every Tuesday.

The school health nurses are employed by Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust based in secondary schools and the community.

What do they offer?

  • A confidential health service. Confidentiality means young people can discuss personal information with us and we will not discuss it with anyone else without their permission, unless we feel that the young person/ another individual may be at risk of harm. If information needs to be shared we always try to discuss this with the young person first so that you know why, and what will happen.
  • Help support the physical and emotional health and wellbeing of children, young people and families where required. 
  • Provide advice on healthy choices, for example healthy eating, dental health, sexual health and substance misuse.
  • Work closely with the school to promote a healthy lifestyle, including diet and exercise.
  • Offer health reviews when needed  to ensure young people continue to reach their full potential by promoting optimal health and wellbeing for all children and young people.
  • Offer a childhood immunisation programme. 
  • Provide specific support for families with complex needs where required.
  • Work in partnership with outside agencies with regards to young people’s health.
  • Offer advice and information on a range of public health issues. 

Students can access school health via drop-in clinics (every Tuesday break time). Or, if a staff member would like a young person to be seen we ask that a referral form is completed and emailed directly to the school nurse.