Thinking about teaching as a career? Why not go along to the Train to Teach open evening on Tuesday 1 March at the University of Brighton to find out more. Oathall is a strategic partner with the Millais Alliance and every year we host a number of trainee teacher placements and support them in their journey to become successful teachers.
The year 8 Parents’ evening will be held on Wednesday 24 February from 5.00 pm – 8.00 pm. Parents’ evenings are held to discuss the progress of students based upon their academic grades. To get the most from the discussions we encourage parents and students to attend together. Parents will be able to book appointments online by logging into their INSIGHT account from Monday 8 February at 12.00 pm.
Year 8 Parents Evening Invitation
Online booking instructions
Year 9 students have recently attended the annual Careers Speed Dating event at Oathall, meeting representatives from employment sectors covering the media, healthcare and the sciences, uniformed services, construction, hospitality, performing arts, engineering, retail, sport and leisure, finance, social care and IT.
The aim of the event is for young people to talk face to face with people employed in these sectors, to learn about job roles, what skills and qualifications they will need and to enhance their knowledge and understanding of the range of career opportunities available to them in the future. Continue reading
The Worth Less? Campaign, set up by schools across West Sussex, is working to change the unfair funding model that means that West Sussex pupils receive less funding towards their education. The campaign is also seeking to gain interim funding from Central Government to help schools in West Sussex cope with current funding inequalities.
On 13 January, we reinforced our campaign with our £200 for £20million message.
Please support our campaign for fairer funding. You can do this by:
To find out more, please have a look at this recent ITV news report.