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HEADTEACHER'S WELCOME

John O’Gaunt is a unique school; a community where each child is treated as an individual, is an exception and is valued. We believe that every child has the right and potential to succeed and we ensure this happens through providing a wide range of learning opportunities both in and outside of the classroom, where our students learn through memorable experiences and carefully planned teaching to meet their needs. We know that our students have the ability to think and problem solve with creativity and vision; they just need the confidence and opportunity to do so.

Crucial to the success of any school is the quality of its pastoral system. Our care, support and guidance programme starts with a designated tutor that will work with your child throughout their time with us. We believe students succeed when their needs are understood and supported by their school; whether that is the stretch and challenge in learning that will ensure students achieve the highest grades they are capable of, or the opportunity to gain experience in a particular field of interest. Our students achieve because we know and understand them.

John O’Gaunt is a community school, very much at the heart of Hungerford, and we work closely with our partner primary and secondary schools to ensure John O’Gaunt students understand themselves as active citizens with a contribution to make. It is from this starting point that our children grow up to be responsible and rounded individuals.

I believe every child has the right to be happy and successful; at John O’Gaunt, this is our goal.

Sarah Brinkley - Headteacher

 

 

Upcoming Events

18/07/2014

Non-uniform day

18/07/2014
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July 18th 8:30am - 3:15pm
John O'Gaunt School
All year groups

Non-uniform

18/07/2014

Mid-summer Fayre and Shakespeare Festival

18/07/2014
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July 18th 4:00pm - 7:00pm
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English

Mid-summer Fayre and Shakespeare Festival

21/07/2014

Non-uniform Day

21/07/2014
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July 21st 8:30am - 3:15pm
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Non-uniform

23/07/2014

End of term

23/07/2014
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July 23rd 8:30am - 1:00pm
John O'Gaunt School
All year groups

Students finish at 1.10pm

Headteacher Mrs Brinkley's Blog:

When was the last time you read a good book?

Here are some suggestions of good books to read this summer holiday:

JOG Summer Reading List 11 - 13 yrs

JOG Summer Reading List 13+ yrs

 

Mid-Summer Fayre & Shakespeare Festival

Raffle ticket winners:  orange tickets - 84, 131, 134, 182

If you would like to contact the school office, we can arrange for collection of your prizes.  Thank you.

01488 682400

 

 

 

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