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02/03/24

When you get two lovely emails on the same weekend 🥰. At Aureus, the staff always put the students at the centre of what we do. pic.twitter.com/UKYB2nzSwd

01/03/24

This week’s update from Kirsty Rogers, Headteacher https://t.co/JYudP5fS9P pic.twitter.com/0lPJ8vVoNJ

01/03/24

Where will we find the Ox next? pic.twitter.com/IMsxVsnfz7

01/03/24

All the Friday feeling I need! Thanks to my great team for another good week! pic.twitter.com/JdIAPks6j0

29/02/24

Year 10 Intermediate Maths Challenge celebrations 🥰 🧮 pic.twitter.com/aRpInHrHjf

29/02/24

Aureus School is taking part!#LetGirlsPlay is a campaign to influence change, showing that football can & should be played by girls. It's bringing together a community who want to create independent, resilient young girls who'll be a force for good in all local communities. pic.twitter.com/XzrMmPhvVu

29/02/24

Our Ox has arrived. Suggestions of names very welcome pic.twitter.com/rB3F1o6r31

28/02/24

Almost 20% of children within are recognised as being disadvantaged. We support the opportunities of children within GLF Schools through funding directed in 3 areas: Projects, Programmes & People Awards.Make a donation to support our students https://t.co/fwTR4uiwD0 pic.twitter.com/MTGSSpIOOb

28/02/24

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28/02/24

The first of our Y5 Masterclasses, English, starts next Tuesday, 5th March.To book a place on any of our masterclasses, use this link: https://t.co/EzX6HrNFoW pic.twitter.com/0hsferQSbs

28/02/24

Our Y5 Dance Masterclasses takes place next Thursday, 7th March.To book a place on any of our Masterclasses, use this link: https://t.co/EzX6HrNFoW pic.twitter.com/o1Nlsqu27a

28/02/24

As a mathematician myself, it was an honour to present Josh the gold award for the intermediate Maths Challenge. Well done Josh, what an achievement pic.twitter.com/D9NjxbRKT1

28/02/24

⚽️ Sport Result ⚽️The year 10’s played a tough game against Wallingford School yesterday. There was some great passages of play as a team with good performances all over the pitch. Michael and Tyler both got on the score sheet but unfortunately we didn’t win the match pic.twitter.com/zXGSCx3E35

28/02/24

As a mathematician myself, it was an honour to present Josh the gold award for the intermediate Maths Challenge. Well done Josh, what an achievement pic.twitter.com/D9NjxbRKT1

28/02/24

Year 8 investigate the reactivity of metals when added to acid. What salt is formed when hydrochloride acid is used? pic.twitter.com/2vXPGQzDNR

28/02/24

Year 8 investigate the reactivity of metals when added to acid. What salt is formed when hydrochloride acid is used? pic.twitter.com/2vXPGQzDNR

28/02/24

Almost 20% of children within are recognised as being disadvantaged. We support the opportunities of children within GLF Schools through funding directed in 3 areas: Projects, Programmes & People Awards.Make a donation to support our students https://t.co/fwTR4uiwD0 pic.twitter.com/MTGSSpIOOb

27/02/24

Year 8 have been learning about gas pressure #physics pic.twitter.com/OHpzCq2uLN

27/02/24

Year 8 have been learning about gas pressure #physics pic.twitter.com/OHpzCq2uLN

23/02/24

Looking forward to celebrating with the students who participated in the Intermediate Maths Challenge next week. With some bronze, silver and gold certificates to hand out. pic.twitter.com/4xDvSM5ULU

Uniform & Equipment

Uniform

We endeavour to achieve a high standard in all of our activities at our school and we expect this to be reflected both in the appearance and behaviour of our students.

All students must have full school uniform, worn correctly, for daily attendance at school. Uniform will also be worn on occasions when children are representing the school, including school visits.

Parents and carers are asked to co-operate fully by providing the uniform and ensuring children wear it correctly to and from school, and at other times as required.

The school offers the full range of uniform, PE Kit and accessories for pupils which can be purchased directly from our uniform supplier, My Schoolwear If you are eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) and/or the Pupil Premium grant, you are entitled to a discount for your uniform. In order to receive this, you must visit the My Schoolwaer website where the school has provided names of all those that are eligible, where the discount will be applied. This must be done online

The fitting rooms at the shop will be closed and customers encouraged to try items of uniform on at home. We are happy to exchange anything that is the incorrect size as long as it is returned in a saleable condition.

Please click here to visit the My Schoolwear website

Uniform Item School Policy  Clarification
Blazer  Grey Aureus School Blazer Compulsory and available from Trutex. This should be worn at all times around school.
Tie Aureus black/yellow striped school tie Compulsory and available from Trutex. Ties should be worn at all times around school. Prefect ties will be provided by school.
Shirt Plain white shirt with a top button Short or long sleeves.
Trousers

Plain black. 

Flared trousers are allowed, but must not be Lycra or stretch fabric.
Wool or cotton-based material is accepted.

Black canvas, skinny trousers, leggings or jeans may not be worn. Trousers should be full length and reach the shoe. Knee length tailored shorts may be worn as part of the summer uniform from June until the end of the Summer Term.
Skirt Black knee length pleated skirt Skirts must be longer than blazers and closer to the knee than the hip.
Socks/Tights Plain black or grey socks/black or grey opaque tights.  
Shoes Plain black, leather shoes with black soles and no decorative stitching or carrying an explicit sports logo. Heels should be no higher than 1 inch.  Boots are not permissible unless worn under trousers with the trouser leg over the boot.

Appropriate Footwear

 

 

Coat A waterproof coat of a plain colour Denim,leather jackets and coats that school deems as Hoodies are not permitted. Tracksuit tops and sweatshirts are not acceptable as an alternative to a coat/jacket.
Jewellery Jewellery should not be worn. Watches may be worn, however they must not be smart watches e.g., Apple Watch. One pair of small sleepers or studs may also be worn, with one sleeper or stud per earlobe only. Spacers/plugs are not allowed, Other facial and body piercings are not allowed. Additional jewellery e.g., bracelets, necklaces, should not be worn including any piercings in the lip, nose, eyebrow or any other facial area. Students will be asked to remove any additional items, and these will be confiscated as per school policy. For health and safety reasons it is vital that these restrictions are observed.
Headwear and Religious clothing Headwear and religious clothing may be worn (for religious purposes only) and should be either plain black or grey (baseball caps and bandanas may not be worn.  
Hair and make up Hair should be of a reasonable length and style. There should be no extremes of colour / style.

KS3: Make up is not permitted

KS4: Make up must be natural and only clear nail polish. Students wearing heavy make-up and colourful nail varnish will be expected to remove it in school. Students will be expected to remove acrylic nails and false eye lashes.

  PE & Dance Kit  
Sports top Aureus branded polo, Aureus branded rugby top or an Aureus branded hoodie Plain black sports base layers can be worn under an Aureus top.
Shorts or Joggers Plain black shorts or joggers No leggings or tights are to be worn. Plain black sports base layers can be worn under shorts or joggers.
Socks Gold football socks Or White crew socks Gold football socks for outside wear and white crew socks for inside wear.
Footwear Trainers or football boots Any colour.
Hairband Any colour. Required for health and safety reasons for all PE lessons.  
Earrings Must be removed for PE and Dance lessons  
GCSE Dance Year 10 and Year 11 GCSE Dance students may wear black sport (wicking/breathable) leggings.  

 

Aureus School Uniform PDF Document


Equipment and Stationery

We endeavour to achieve a high standard in all of our activities at our school and we expect this to be reflected both how well prepared for learning our students are.

All students must bring the following essential items to school with them every day in order to fully access their lessons.

Students will need a robust school bag or rucksack to carry the following items as well as their school books, PE kit (on PE days) and water bottle:

  • All students are expected to have a reading book on them at all times
  • Mobile phones – need to be off and out of sight in bags between 8.30am-4.30pm
  • A pocket-sized planner (this will be provided in their orientation)
  • A clear pencil case
  • 4 colour pens – black, blue, red, green 
  • 4 colour highlighters
  • A pencil
  • A ruler
  • A rubber
  • A sharpener 
  • Scientific calculator e.g. Casio. Click here for an example
  • Helix Oxford mathematical set: Click here for an example