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  • 01:48 PM - 25th August, 2016 79% A*-C pass rate in English and 72% in Maths. Students making and exceeding expected progress well above national averages. Outstanding!!
  • 10:42 AM - 25th August, 2016 Amazing set of GCSE results for JOG students, possibly the best ever! Well done to everyone
  • 12:44 PM - 22nd August, 2016 New netball/tennis courts looking amazing. Ready for the new school year Read more
  • 07:31 AM - 20th August, 2016 Amazing art @ Kintbury by young vols from National Citizen Service Read more
  • 10:10 PM - 28th July, 2016 Follow me for updates and news from the marvellous Humanities Faculty
  • 06:35 PM - 15th July, 2016 really pleased I will have both my children at JOG in September Certainly a school on the up pleased to be part
  • 11:39 AM - 15th July, 2016 Breaktime chat, students Pirates, iday challenges, Treasure Island, novel writing, split narratives!
  • 11:39 AM - 15th July, 2016 has the most famous librarian since Philip Larkin Read more
  • 11:21 AM - 15th July, 2016 What a brilliant day at JOG sports day! Well done to everyone who participated today. Read more
  • 10:11 AM - 15th July, 2016 With Councillors James Podger, Paul Hewer and Dominic Boeck and at a school really on the up Read more
  • 10:10 AM - 15th July, 2016 Was great to meet this morning and show him around JOG. Lots of discussion about the exciting future ahead
  • 10:08 AM - 15th July, 2016 Training students to find stories in the unique Bear Grylls Inspiration Centre at the also inspiring
  • 05:45 AM - 12th July, 2016 WOW! We did it! So proud of our brilliant students & staff on the Germany trip. So many great memories. Huge thanks to all involved 👏🎉🇩🇪😊
  • 07:05 PM - 11th July, 2016 Silver DofE students off for their assessed expedition in Sunny Wales 🏕⛰⛺️ Read more
  • 11:41 AM - 11th July, 2016 Sports Day postponed tomorrow due to poor weather forecast. Will be Wednesday or Thursday. Decision will be made tomorrow



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 - Headteacher