On Thursday 25 September, Oathall will be opening its doors to prospective KS3 students and their families. The purpose of the evening is to give you an introduction to Oathall and allow you to meet our staff and get a feel for our school. Members of the Oathall team will be available to answer any questions you may have about the school, the curriculum, pastoral and SEN provision and the transition process for Y6 pupils.
Every faculty will be putting on activities in which your child will be able to participate. This will be an excellent opportunity for you and your child to gain hands on experience on how learning takes place at Oathall and we do hope you will be able to join us.
Please note that if you live locally and are coming to the evening, please consider leaving your car at home out of consideration for our neighbours and the traffic in the area.
An opportunity to visit the school during a “normal” school day. Tours start at 9 am and will last no longer than an hour and a half. Children are encouraged to join you.
- Friday 3 October
- Wednesday 8 October
- Thursday 9 October
- Friday 17 October
- Wednesday 22 October
Please contact Reception to book your visit 01444 414001.
Following the recent Post 16 opportunities evening students in year 11 should be planning their choices for continuing their education after their final year at Oathall. Advice and information about colleges, qualifications, apprenticeships and the application processes are all available under the work related learning section.
The deadline for all applications is Monday 24 November 2014. All applications must be brought to Ms Hart in the Careers Office. (The exceptions being St Paul’s and Collyer’s.) If you are unsure about anything connected with this process please speak to Ms Hart.
Top Row: England Cricketer Kate Cross, Ella Bates, Imy Dilling, Megan Hannah, Amber Layne, Student Coach Lucy Western and England Cricketer Tammy Beaumont
Bottom Row: Issy Peacock, Rebecca Bonanate (C), Millie Walker and Charlotte Hepburn
Oathall’s under 15 girls cricket team have beaten all the opposition to become National Champions in the Chance to Compete 2014 Girls U15s cricket finals held on 15 September in Birmingham.
Many congratulations to Oathall students who are once again celebrating another year of record GCSE results. The college has improved on last year’s successes and has achieved 66% in the key measure of students achieving 5+ A*-C GCSE’s including English and maths. Continue reading