Not enrolled yet? Selective places still available 11:00-12:30 only, Tuesday 29th come in and see us


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Great to see the pupils this morning - so pleased with the results!


GCSE from 09:30 with 6th Form enrolment from 10:00 - make sure you're here!


For more information on enrolment day, please see our website . The 6th Form Team look forward to seeing you soon!


If you've applied for 6th Form & will be away on results days, you will need to let us know before or we may be full!


Did you hear about our record Alevel results yesterday?


First results going out... early start after nervous waits!


The time is here! Good luck Year 13, we are very proud of you!


Reminder - A2 results are available for collection as of 0745 this morning


I will sort this with Ms Petters in exams. Can you please make sure the friend brings proof of your consent with them please


If you email then I can pick it up. Is it a friend or relative coming to pick them up?


Hi Louise, someone else is able to collect on your behalf so long as they have ID and an email/letter from yourself.


Thursday 17 August A Level Results Day A2 results from 7.45am AS results from 10.00am


6th Form Enrolment starts from 10am 24th Aug - GCSE results from 9:30am! As we are oversubscribed make sure you're here to confirm courses!


To clarify, QK is already an academy, we are joining the Harris Federation which bring both expertise & economies of scale to benefit all


Hi Louise, sorry hopefully the image loads! Can see there is an issue with on on our site and we will try & fix!


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today. We're signing up another group of 30 young people. will coach them all!


And to round off...Oxford as 2016/17 Sports Day Champions - in the words of Mr Whitley 'a true team effort'! What a way to end the assembly!


Well Done Ben, the 'Job Well Done' Award for services to all things Oxford Community!


Well done to Aisha, Dreni & Ben on their DofE Bronze awards this year- 3 months of volunteering, physical & learning a new skill! Hard Work!

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    Posted on March 14th 2019

    Frankly Speaking Competition

    On Monday 4th March HASJW took eight students (four year 10s and four Year 12s) to a debate competition called Frankly Speaking. The competition involved several schools from London, Croydon and Manchester. Initially students spent the morning at the historic Benjamin Franklin House Museum in Craven Street. Years 10 debated two motions, 'This house believes that decisions about children's health should be made by medical professionals and not their parents' and 'This house believes that national security should take priority over individual rights'. Simultaneously the year 12s debated 'This house believes we should support quotas for women in high government positions' and 'This house would ban strikes by those working in essential services'. There were two heats and a semi-final each with limited preparation time. The semi- final motion was the same for both year groups 'This house believes that cultural treasures should be returned to their areas of origin.'

    Tyler Barrett-McClean and Ryan White were a fine team.

    Mali Delargy (medal winner for runner up individual speaker)and Maria Cavalho became finalists at the American Embassy and were erudite and convincing. They proposed the motion ' This house supports the use of pesticides for food production'.

    Rowida Satti and Khadija Mohamed worked so well together.

    Robin Bahrami and Omonigho Umude also became excellent finalists for the Sixth Form in the American Embassy. They opposed the motion 'This house would ban the use of genetically modified pesticides'.

    All the students were fantastic- forceful and presidential. They were also friendly with students from other schools and 'the Daughters of the American Revolution' museum and embassy staff and were perfect role models.


    Sharon Worthington

    Lead Practitioner for Oracy