Yesterday afternoon, our Year 10s came together (with snacks) to enjoy a screening of Hidden Figures, a film all about the contribution of African-American women to the US Space Programme. Have you seen this critically acclaimed film? #blackhistorymonthhttps://t.co/u3jUYyHvuM
With half-term just around the corner, some of you may be thinking of ways to keep your daughter entertained and engaged! @SuperCamps will be situated here at Oxford High this half-term, providing a bunch of fun (and safe!) activities for children aged 4-14 years. https://t.co/w27NhrRNau
In support of and to raise money for the Red Cross Beirut Emergency Appeal (working in partnership with @RedCrossLebanon), yesterday our Year 11s sported some wonderfully red clothing and accessories. Nothing like a pop of colour to brighten your day! 👟🧣💄 https://t.co/cY3qBln90g
Thank you to our Head of History, Mr South, for presenting on the Bristol Bus Boycott in this morning's virtual assembly. This significant historical event deserves to be remembered and discussed. #BlackHistoryMonthhttps://t.co/H6zaiXB1xq
RT @OHSEconomics: We now have our complete line-up for Year 13 Emma's environment conference. Here is their poster with all of the detail…
"When the untapped potential of a student meets the liberating art of a teacher, a miracle unfolds" (Mary Hatwood Futrell). Happy #WorldTeachersDay to all of the teachers out there, including here at OHS!
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