On Tuesday 3 March, our first lambs of the year were born on the farm. This is the first birth from 13 ewes who are expecting lambs before Easter.
After Easter, it will be the turn of our remaining 22 black-faced Suffolks. In total, we are expecting our ewes to give birth to 25 sets of twins and 9 singles.
You can come along and see all of the lambs on Sunday 19 April at our annual Lambing Day. Free entry with a BBQ and refreshments. Donations as always are more than welcome.
‘Hardship & Inequality’ was the theme for Oathall’s 2015 Rock Challenge performance and last night it proved to be a winner for the judges and audience alike. Oathall’s performance won six individual awards of excellence and we were placed third overall. This was a fantastic achievement for everyone involved.
Dancers in Year 11 getting into character before their performance
For the last seven months, 80 performers and 12 make-up, lighting and stage assistants have planned, choreographed and practised for a one night only performance at The Hawth, in Crawley. For many of the students it was their first opportunity to perform in a professional theatre in front of a large audience and they did so with confidence and flair.
An opportunity to see the school in action during the school day and meet the Headteacher, Mr Rodriguez. Tours start at 9 am and last no longer than an hour and a half. Children are most welcome to attend.
- Wednesday 11 March at 9 am
- Thursday 19 March at 9 am
- Thursday 26 March at 9 am
Please call 01444 414001 to book your place.
In early February, 58 Oathall students in Years 9, 10 and 11 took part in this year’s UKMT Intermediate Maths Challenge. This competition, organised by the charity UK Mathematics Trust is recognised nationally as one of the largest and most prestigious maths competitions.
We are pleased to announce that this year, Oathall’s high performing mathematicians were awarded 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze certificates. Gold certificates were awarded to Lucas Foreman, Kathryn Hook, Matt Keeble and John Moore. Only the top 40% of students nationally go on to receive a gold, silver or bronze certificate in the ratio 1:2:3.