Join us in a unique performance of Romeo and Juliet, the greatest love story of all time.
Tickets are on sale now for shows on Wednesday 26, Thursday 27 and Friday 28 November. Suitable for families and children aged 8 and over. Doors open at 7pm. Book your tickets now via the box office on 01444 414001 or you can use your ParentPay account to book tickets.
…And don’t forget OPTA are still collecting donations of chocolate for their chocolate tombola. Donations can be bought to reception and we’re accepting donations right up until the 28 November. There are loads of special offers on Christmas chocolate in the shops and supermarkets at the moment so the next time you’re out shopping pick up a bargain for the tombola.
Oathall is proud to announce that we will once again be hosting a Christmas Party for Senior Citizens. This year the event will take place on Friday 12 December from 2.00 pm until 4.00 pm. There will be a festive Christmas tea and a concert and carol singalong session led by our school choir and orchestra. There will no charge for the event.
Click here for details of how to invite a relative, neighbour or elderly friend. Students are welcome to attend alongside their elderly guest and we would ask you to also provide their details in order that the necessary arrangements can be made.
Last night, Oathall triumphed at the Youth Speaks competition with both the senior and Intermediate teams beating teams from Ardingly college.
The stage was set. The water glasses were filled. The teams had been practising for weeks. The chairperson stood up and proceedings began. First up were the Intermediate teams. Ben White (Chairperson), Joshua Lade (Speaker) and Dan Blain (Vote of Thanks), aided by Miss Slade, took to the floor with a well crafted presentation about the value of enrichment activities. The team were impressive in their time keeping and attention to detail; Josh deftly answered a question from the audience. The other teams from Ardingly Prep School were not easy to beat, they also had superb presentations, however the passion for the farm shone through and the team won the overall performance, with Joshua winning best speaker.
Endeavour house were the triumphant winners in the first ever, Oathall School Games week. Students in each of the four houses competed in inter-house matches in football, bench ball and cross-country running competitions.
It was a closely fought competition with Endeavour beating off a strong challenge from Discovery. The final results were