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13/02/20

Students from across the school took part in our Spelling Bee this week 🐝 Find out the winners here -https://t.co/5tOR8aCzy5 https://t.co/GrzRD0GuSJ

12/02/20

During Science Club, Year 7 investigate dilatancy with a non-Newtonian fluid. They had a lot of fun exploring the amazing properties of the Oobleck puddle! https://t.co/FSbeJtJPFt

11/02/20

In coaching time this morning, students have been discussing how they would like the internet to be free from bullying, grooming and trolling. These posters are just a few ways in which they wish they were online. https://t.co/5ALI6uZOMk

10/02/20

Year 9 investigate the factors affecting the rate of enzyme substrate reactions, lots of fantastic results! https://t.co/1GsI083loo

07/02/20

We love how these poly-prints have turned out! 8G have been printing their designs onto fabric this morning, we are really looking forward to seeing the final piece of art in place https://t.co/1iL9Qzyo2t

06/02/20

8V have been investigating the relationship between light intensity and the rate of oxygen production during photosynthesis.The pond weed needed a little encouragement! https://t.co/YmVlQkl1zR

05/02/20

Year 9 GCSE Computing have been learning how to create Turtle graphics using Python. Some excellent results! https://t.co/rT6RRD8u7l

05/02/20

7O developing their movement skills and creating freeze frames in Drama; conveying the emotion of soldiers from the poem 'The Charge of the Light Brigade' by Alfred, Lord Tennyson https://t.co/smMHcjFXZi

04/02/20

7M investigating which reactions were exothermic and endothermic in Chemistry this morning. Thankfully their hands didn't get too warm! 🔥 https://t.co/cto4oFX48p

31/01/20

Year 8 have been working hard in Spanish this week identifying the dangers of social media and using their findings to create some fantastic posters https://t.co/MLsPDGLT5N

31/01/20

How do we describe the process of breathing? 7C have been making models of the lungs in Biology this morning https://t.co/77sgrQvKfp

28/01/20

Still time to apply! Teacher of Mathematics - https://t.co/hQWX1Aq4BN Teacher of Science - https://t.co/w0Kk9MZ67y https://t.co/9U8namhJYf

27/01/20

7P have been experimenting with marble chips and acid in Chemistry today, investigating the conservation of mass https://t.co/qmm7PO6IZS

27/01/20

We are extremely excited and very proud that our Voices of Aureus choir have been invited to perform on the main stage at Wembley in the concert on 17th March. Here they are in rehearsal this morning 🙌 https://t.co/QBK2kqbSTy

24/01/20

Exploring the use of movement skills and passing the focus of the audience in Drama this morning. Every single student in 8G has worked extremely hard, well done! https://t.co/Fmmx2Ybw48

22/01/20

We have two exciting vacancies to join our Teaching Team; Teacher of Mathematics and Teacher of Science. Find out more about these roles: https://t.co/f6OhwbfCkK https://t.co/PLU9sy7mFE

21/01/20

8P have been exploring the conventions of different genres and searching extracts from Dickens' 'A Christmas Carol' for evidence of it fitting within the gothic genre 📖 https://t.co/pv6o8nSxiA

21/01/20

Great courage shown by our Year 9 students today in English Language whilst presenting their speeches highlighting Gender Inequality https://t.co/71gEIWqW1T

17/01/20

7M were making observations during a Thermal Decomposition practical in Chemistry today. Don't worry, Copper Carbonate (CuCO3) is meant to go black when you heat it! https://t.co/IASYUFrDBH

17/01/20

7C have been looking at gas exchange in the lungs this morning, carrying out an experiment to raise their breathing rates https://t.co/ZvDLejDCgL

Support

To further help in the wellbeing of the students here at Aureus School, we have listed below some emotional support sites and Apps that we hope will further increase their enjoyment at this school. In the Page Download section you can find some useful guides to help students during exam times.

Websites

CAMHS Check out the “good advice” section, it provides easy to read information about conditions, as well as advice on how to improve your health and wellbeing.
Childline Free, confidential support available 24/7. Trained counsellors are available by telephone, email or through the 1-2-1 counsellor chat. Information, videos and advice available on a huge range of topics.
Child Bereavement UK Child Bereavement UK supports families when a child is facing bereavement.
Moodjuice Offers information and advice to young people experiencing troublesome thoughts, feelings and actions. From the site you can print off various self-help workbooks for support.
Samaritans The Samaritans offer a safe place for you to talk any time you like, in your own way – about whatever’s getting to you.
SeeSaw Grief support for children and young people in Oxfordshire.
The Mix Free information, support and listening for young people. Available by telephone 0808 808 4994, 1-2-1 Chat and Crisis Messenger.
Young Carers Click here to visit our Young Carers Page.

Young Minds

The YoungMinds crisis messenger service provides free, 24/7 crisis support across the UK. If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and need support, you can text YM to 85258.


Applications for a smart phone/iPad/tablet:

Calm Relax with Calm, a simple mindfulness meditation app.
Calm Harm Calm Harm provides tasks to help people resist or manage the urge to selfharm.
For me Childline made easier – ‘For me’ is the brand new way to get advice and
support on a huge range of issues. You can also call, message or email a Childline counsellor.
Grief: Support for Young People Created by Child Bereavement UK for those who have been bereaved of someone important to them.
Headspace Meditation made simple. Meditation can help improve your
focus, exercise mindful awareness, relieve anxiety and reduce stress.
Moodtrack Diary Monitor and track your emotional health. It records a range of emotions for anxiety, depression, stress, posttraumatic stress and your general well-being
Relax Melodies Select sounds and melodies to help you sleep.
SAM Self-help for Anxiety Management – a self-help app to learn to manage anxiety.
What’s Up? What’s Up? uses CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) and ACT (Acceptance Commitment Therapy) methods to help you cope with depression, anxiety, anger, stress and more.

Documents

Page Downloads Date  
Childline Beat Exam Stress 07th May 2019 Download
Parents Guide Emotionally Healthy During... 07th May 2019 Download
Pupils Guide Emotionally Healthy During... 07th May 2019 Download
Websites and Apps for support 07th May 2019 Download