Reception in tribute to Mrs Geraldine Pavitt
We would like to warmly invite members of our school community to an afternoon tea in honour of our colleague Geraldine Pavitt, who gave many years of service to Oathall Community College. The reception will be held at the college on Tuesday 12th July, 4pm-6pm.
Parents, students and colleagues past and present are welcome to join us. If you would like to attend, please e-mail Mrs Edwards at email@example.com by Friday 1st July.
A swimming pool, the famous Copacabana beach and the Olympic medal winning podium were among some of the creative cakes baked by Oathall students in last week’s Rio Olympics inspired 2016 Oathall Bake Off competition.
The event, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Haywards Heath, involved 9 Oathall students who were challenged to bake cakes based on the theme of 2016 Rio Olympics. The Rotary Club of Haywards Heath supported the event by providing prizes and judges.
Students had 6 hours to bake and decorate their cakes before submitting them for a blind judging. The judging team, awarded points for appearance, originality/creativity, skill level, texture and flavour.
The winning cake, with a theme of Olympic medals was baked by Emily Brock, with cakes by Esme Brigden and Jazzy White taking second and third place. All the entrants received embroidered aprons and the cookery book ‘Nosh for Students’. The winners received gift vouchers.
Thank you to the Rotary Club of Haywards Heath for their sponsorship of this event and to the judging team, Mrs Jane Mowforth, Mr Alan Jenkins and Mr Charles Slack for their time and support.
It’s been a fortnight of competitions for staff and students at Oathall – with winners all round.
Over 50 students from Oathall took part in the 2016 South of England show. Our Students showed our Ayrshire cattle with great professionalism taking a fourth and a fifth place. We also showed commercial pigs on behalf of Andrew Strong gaining two first places. And, as in previous years, students gave their support to the show by carrying the breed boards for the cattle parade in the main arena. Continue reading
43 year 9 students from Oathall set off in the early hours of Friday morning travelling to Ypres to support their learning about the causes and effects of the First World War. The group visited cemeteries of British and German soldiers across the Ypres Salient, with many of the students stunned by the scale of the loss of life. Continue reading