We're delighted to have been shortlisted for the 'Independent School - Outstanding Progress' category in the 2021 Education Business Awards, which are all about recognising excellence in the education sector. Thank you @EducationBizz
Higher Education Day is in full swing here at OHS. Our Year 12s have a jam-packed day of talks with universities, carousel sessions and dedicated time to work on their personal statements! https://t.co/krulEKPBSR
It's been amazing listening to Shaista Aziz, an Oxford City Councillor and founder of Oxford Anti-Racist City, talk about the importance of holding what can be uncomfortable dialogues about racism and providing safe spaces for these discussions. Thank you, Shaista! https://t.co/9jNZcfInFR
We've just heard from Uncomfortable Oxford: an organisation dedicated to raising awareness about 'uncomfortable' aspects of Oxford's history and their lasting impact on the city. A very important topic! Thank you @UnOxProjecthttps://t.co/IK5gK5u79J
Thank you so much to Erica Charters and Priya Atwal for kicking off our Oxford #Undivided Conference with an incredibly thought-provoking talk about the history of empires and empire in Oxford. https://t.co/7bMWmrWuet
To complete our exciting line-up of speakers for this afternoon's #Undivided Conference, we can't wait to welcome Nabeela Talib who will be talking about 'Prevent, Policing, and Picket Lines', and Shaista Aziz on how to create an anti-racist Oxford. https://t.co/IMxIzxyvan
A beautifully sunny day for our Year 13's celebratory but bittersweet OHS Festival (complete with a bouncy castle, coconut shy, and face/body painting!) for their last day of school. You have all been incredible and we will really miss you! 💙💛 https://t.co/tOZzwG4RtT
We're so glad to have welcomed Dr Clara Barker again to talk about the #LGBTQ+ community and her experience as a trans woman working in science and academia. It was fantastic to hear from such a high-profile trans role model - thank you, Dr Barker!
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