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23/01/19

Retweeted From Independent Thinking

We're looking into holding something linked to the book The Working Class further south too. News later this year. And yes, our biggest ever Big Day Out is on your doorstep at

23/01/19

Retweeted From Changing States of Mind

Want to learn more about in ? Come to on 5th February : Join network meeting - with CAMHS inreach service will be talking to us & Charlotta from Yoga in Schools talking about her joint project with CAMHS 1/3

23/01/19

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is also offering an opportunity to visit the school and hear more about their values and culture around & and their Recent Gold School Mental Health Award...with lunch thrown in (from experience this will be good!)

23/01/19

We have & - are you collaborating?

23/01/19

Retweeted From Oxford Mental Health Network

*Oxfordshire school receives gold mental health award!* An Oxfordshire secondary school has become the first in the county to receive a gold award for dealing with the mental health of both pupils and staff less than 18 months after opening. Aureus... https://t.co/hSORFx6m6o

23/01/19

Retweeted From School MHealth Award

Really excited to be a part of celebrations on achieving the School Mental Health Award. https://t.co/f85XGidrq4

23/01/19

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URGENT South Oxfordshire Sustainability CAMPAIGN object to housing numbers in South Oxon local plan by 18 Feb 2019 guidance at https://t.co/zrWsKSDylq remember to sue the word "object" formal repsponse https://t.co/M2wKZC12DT)

23/01/19

Retweeted From Place2Be

There are only 2 weeks to go until 2019 (4-10 February)! If you work with children and want to get involved, our group activities are full of ideas to save you valuable planning time. Download them here: https://t.co/E9ws9oc3kg https://t.co/3HY8KCOgBe

23/01/19

Retweeted From Kirsty Hewett

BBC News - Government to fund 2,900 school exchanges for poorer pupils https://t.co/zCdNn23mGN

23/01/19

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Love these calendars from . They are always so values-based. January's is all about . Download, print, use as guidance. Thanks Action For Happiness! https://t.co/ptUxsZnaXS https://t.co/mZtjWhybtE

23/01/19

Retweeted From Julie Hunter

Do you ever wonder how some teachers seem to have a never ending supply of and working with supportive colleagues makes a school a https://t.co/F3QEIbuWKa

23/01/19

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson FCCT FRSA

shout out from https://t.co/JhMKbiTEGh

22/01/19

Join us this Saturday for our recruitment event from 10-12pm. Sign up here: https://t.co/Sacfu9DCnA https://t.co/unIx0m4hhY

21/01/19

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson FCCT FRSA

Great to see our pedagogical approach being shared 🙌🏼

21/01/19

the two people we mentioned too as bringing mental wealth to our school! 🙌🏼

21/01/19

Retweeted From Oxfordshire FIS

Calling dads and dads to be. Your guide to Paternity rights, pay and leave from Working Families: https://t.co/WnZmMeEe3p https://t.co/SFWukVRhHl

21/01/19

Retweeted From Independent Thinking

Bookings now open for our very, very big Big Day Out at in July https://t.co/98Wb5qM0r4 Lods of Associates. Loads of nice people. Loads of ideas. Free ice cream. £99 (+VAT). Not a misprint. See you there.

Posted on: 07/11/2018

Music for Youth 2018 Proms

'Voices of Aureus' formed at the beginning of September 2018, our brand new school choir.

Ms Powell, Aureus' new Music teacher started off the season of rehearsals with a bang by telling the students that they would be taking part in the 'Music for Youth' 2018 Proms at The Royal Albert Hall as a Buddy Ensemble. Everyone was very excited and couldn't wait to start their rehearsals. We had to learn two songs, 'This is me' from the Greatest Showman and a song called 'In Calem Fero,' written by Carl Jenkins. We were lucky enough to learn Makaton for 'This is me.'

We traveled to The Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday 7th November and arrived in awe at the great big building. We were joined by 500 other students from around Oxfordshire and began our rehearsal. We were so excited to be performing in such an old and historic building along with so many talented young musicians.

The evening began and we watched on in admiration of all the incredible young musicians performing on stage. We performed straight after the interval. The impact was incredible. There were lots of happy tears. One thousand young people performed that night with many students with special educational needs. It made us realise how we are all the same and we were grateful to all perform together. It was an experience of a lifetime and one we will never forget!