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We have some exciting opportunities to join our associate team for September 2021! • Teaching Assistant • Teaching Assistant (Temporary) • Higher Learning Teaching Assistant (HLTA) • School Librarian • Lettings Assistant Find out more and apply:


Year 7 have been testing their memory skills in Drama this week, recalling lines from The Diary of Anne Frank. They did a great job!


Today year 7 made their own cabbage indicator and used it to test whether different substances were acids or alkalis - this can also be done at home! #creatingfutures


Our year 8 students took part in an engaging Life Choices event this week, organised by . They listened to a series of talks, designed anti-knife crime posters and even got to go into a prison cell van! Read more about the day here:


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Are you interested in becoming a at either primary or secondary level?✨ Join the 'Zoom into Teacher Training' event on Mon 14 June :30-19:15 to find out more about how we can support your journey to teach! To register click here 👉


Year 7 students have been looking at the parts of a flower this week in Biology, dissecting and labelling each part in a fun practical


The first of our Y5 Virtual Open Mornings is taking place next Monday 14/06. If you missed our Open Evening, sign up to one of our open mornings to find out more about our wonderful school. Register your place here:


Our sports hall is set up ready for day 2 of the Year 9 summer exams


Year 7 students rehearsed a fun script in Drama today based on the value resilience, for our last day of term


This is a fantastic event for anyone looking to find out more about teacher training with Register your place today:


We are really excited for the relaunch of our library following Covid restrictions; our prefects have been hard at work during lunchtimes organising and labelling new stock. More information to follow: watch this space!


Year 9 taking part in some practice rehearsals for their dance assessments this week


Year 9's investigating displacement reactions to produce metals in Chemistry this morning


Our Year 5 Virtual Open Mornings are coming up after half term. If you missed our open evening, why not join us on one of the following dates: 14th, 21st, 28th June and 5th July. To register, please visit


Wishing peace, happiness and prosperity to all our families and friends celebrating this special day


This week is and the theme this year is 'Nature' 🌿🐝🌷🐦 Check out these top tips for helping you to stay connected with nature


We are looking for an experienced teacher to join our pastoral support team and lead a vertical faculty of over 200 students from Years 7 to 11. Could this be your next career challenge? Find out more and apply online:


⚠️ Look away if you are squeamish! Y9 have been learning about the structure of the heart in Biology, even dissecting one themselves! A student commented "We used to make volcanoes in Science at primary, this takes it to a whole new level!"


All students are back safe and have all passed their bronze expedition section of The Duke of Edinburgh’s award 🥳 Well done everyone!

Posted on: 12/02/2021

The Great Aureus Spelling Bee

This week students and staff took part in a cross-faculty ‘Spelling Bee’ where they battled it out to be crowned the best in their year, winning points for their faculties. There was a great turnout from all years, which is great to see from Aureus learners.

Congratulations to the following students for winning this year's Spelling Bee:

The Year 7 champion is Luke (7AMI, Banksy)
The Year 8 champion is Zoe (8LBA, Banksy)
The Year 9 champion is Tyler (9KPE, Malala)
The Year 10 champion is India (10RHA, Banksy)

Mr King who led the event this year, said “the politeness of the students were second to none, with all of them congratulating each other and commenting on how well each other performed”. 

This year's favourite words were: skedaddle, thingamajig, soliloquy, pterodactyl, pharaoh, gobbledygook and codswallop.

Teachers also took part in this year's event, with Mrs Pearce from the Malala faculty taking first place! 

The Spelling Bee takes place every year at Aureus and is a competition in which contestants are asked to spell a broad selection of words, with a varying degree of difficulty. The vocabulary items were taken from a broad range of subjects across the school.