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Historic assocation renewed in unique town Tutti Day celebrations

Historic assocation renewed in unique town Tutti Day celebrations The 'JOG Family' are very proud of our long association with Hungerford town's historic, quirky and possibly unique Hocktide Celebrations - we've...

Students Organise Spring Fair (and Non-Uniform Day) for Ukraine

Students dug deep into their resources, imagination and pockets in a Spring Fair Event to raise money for the British Red Cross Ukraine Crisis Appeal - a cause very close...

Six Word Story Competition

We had an astonishing 148 entries for this competition – and wow they were good! Whole stories, whole worlds of imagination, transportation, wonder, sadness, joy, horror, humour and drama, pared...

Post Date: 12 April 2022

Scarlett wins through to finals with tear-jerking speech

John O’Gaunt Student and Young Farmer Scarlett Slatter (14) is through to the finals of a tough, national Public Speaking Competition, with a moving speech she has written and performed...

JOG’s Eco Committee gets National recognition for innovative, community recycling initiative!

Eco Club Committee were delighted to get recognition from Eco Schools England for a project to recycle difficult everyday items, in the form of crisp packets. It's a great boost...

JOG District Handball Champions

Well done to our amazing Year 7 students who took part in a District KS3 (Year 7 - 9) Mixed Handball tournament yesterday, competing against 8 teams from 4 different...

Brilliant whole school celebration for World Book Day

Reading is a huge, important and daily part of our lives at JOG. We read to succeed, to empathise, to understand the world and know that reading is power. And...

Year 10s celebrate victory over Trinity School

After a busy week it was fantastic to (nearly) finish the week off with the year 10's securing a comprehensive 3-0 away victory. Teamwork at it's finest. #smallbutmighty  #JOG