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  • 07:50 PM - 21st July, 2017 From all at JOG, we hope you have a wonderful summer break. See you all on Wednesday 6th September
  • 05:15 PM - 21st July, 2017 What a brilliant school trip to , everyone had a great day⛷🎿 Read more
  • 09:59 PM - 13th July, 2017 Congratulations to our BRILLIANT librarian Read more
  • 09:58 PM - 13th July, 2017 Well this worked! Display empty by lunch! Staff & students excitedly sharing good reads Read more
  • 09:57 PM - 13th July, 2017 Great to see all our new Year 7 students today. Excited but a bit nervous. Exciting times ahead Read more
  • 09:43 PM - 10th July, 2017 Talking to boys 'who don't read' about farming: thrilled that 1st crop from rushed to library Read more
  • 09:42 PM - 10th July, 2017 Son just back from French trip: don't let anyone tell you education at a small rural comprehensive can't be excellent
  • 10:59 AM - 10th July, 2017 On our way home. Packed up and on the coach for Calais. Couple of stops on the way, then back in Hungerford for 6pm fingers crossed.
  • 08:24 PM - 9th July, 2017 Night 2 in the sand dunes. Sorry parents, there'll be a lot of sand in suitcases! But they're having a ball. Read more
  • 08:24 PM - 9th July, 2017 Gorgeous to see the kids being responsible and independent and then just being kids, having fun and playing. Last night in France Read more
  • 08:24 PM - 9th July, 2017 Day out in Bagatelle theme park. The sun is shining, the kids are happy and Mr Williams is marking in the cafe!!! Read more
  • 08:23 PM - 9th July, 2017 Leading by example Read more
  • 08:23 PM - 9th July, 2017 Lovely afternoon in Nausicaa aquarium. All exhausted now, ready to go home and have dinner. We've walked a lot today Read more
  • 04:42 PM - 8th July, 2017 "French sand is so much fun!" Kids letting off steam after a long day. 3 miles from the beach but awesome dunes! Read more
  • 04:40 PM - 8th July, 2017 Getting in the French spirit in Boulogne Read more

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PRINCIPAL'S WELCOME

Alan

John O’Gaunt is a wonderful school where every student is challenged to achieve, and even exceed what they thought was possible.

As a ‘smaller than average’ secondary school we pride ourselves on the individual support, advice and guidance which all our students receive. Every child, whilst part of our school community, is treated as an individual and encouraged to reach their full potential.

Whilst academic success is vitally important for all our students to help enhance their life chances in the future, we believe that school is also about nurturing confident young learners who are resilient, tolerant of others, proud of their own achievements, and determined to be the best they possibly can be. Our dedicated teaching and support staff work tirelessly to help make this happen.

We are very proud of the close relationships we have with the local Hungerford community and we believe that by working successfully with parents and carers, together we can help create a generation of happy, confident and successful people.

If you would like to come and have a look at what we do, we would be delighted to welcome you and show you around.

Alan Henderson - Principal