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  • 03:06 PM - 20th October, 2017 Double win in the Netball against Park House! 😊 Year 8s won 11-0, amazing & Year 9s, 8-5. POM's- Emilia & Georgie 💪🏼😊
  • 03:06 PM - 20th October, 2017 Lots of excitement at Our scientific enquiry is vying with our vivid imaginations & some old too! Read more
  • 09:53 PM - 13th October, 2017 Well done Bradley Read more
  • 09:51 PM - 13th October, 2017 What a great buzz there was today - it's just that kinda place! Read more
  • 09:51 PM - 13th October, 2017 Fantastic local trade fair today at JOG. So many amazing opportunities for young people of Hungerford Read more
  • 03:46 PM - 13th October, 2017 Always exciting when Emma from wondrous pops into with a box.. esp when it's &
  • 01:30 PM - 12th October, 2017 Teaching to the test gives 'hollow understanding'. What did they think would happen? Read more
  • 06:02 PM - 11th October, 2017 Mortimer, the literary, library 'craven' has left school to accompany me in a talk tonight. Will the Library fall? Read more
  • 06:01 PM - 11th October, 2017 A force to be reckoned with .. Read more
  • 06:01 PM - 11th October, 2017 Whoop! Whoop! Read more
  • 05:09 PM - 24th August, 2017 Well done to our Year 11 students who achieved another year of cracking GCSE results. Best of luck, whatever the future will hold
  • 09:58 PM - 6th August, 2017 How many of us are guilty of this? I always try to encourage my children to at least try Read more
  • 09:57 PM - 6th August, 2017 Enjoying learning Portuguese for our upcoming holiday but a last minute hop to Belgium is leaving me embarrassed at knowing no Dutch.😳
  • 10:07 PM - 2nd August, 2017 Kate Bush and Emily Bronte born today 130 years apart. Both remembered for Wuthering Heights
  • 09:26 PM - 28th July, 2017 Students everywhere: run out of summer reading already? Get down to your local library, show your love & support!

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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