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  • Bus Timetable 654

    Published 02/07/18


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  • Online and Social Media Safety

    Published 19/06/18

    Online and Social Media Safety

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  • New PE Kit On Sale

    Published 13/06/18

    New PE Kit

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  • Year 11 Breakfast Revision Sessions​​​​​​​

    Published 22/05/18

    A reminder to Year 11 Students, Parents and Carers that core departments will provide drop in sessions immediately before a morning exam.

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  • Oaklands in Portsmouth News

    Published 30/04/18

    Pupils meet Prince Edward at Real Tennis fundraiser for Duke of Edinburgh Award charity

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  • Erasmus

    Published 19/03/18

    Erasmus+ ‘More peaceful schools’ meeting at Oaklands 12th - 16th March 2018 Monday On the first day of school we got to know each other by doing ice breakers. We first went to assembly and watched a teacher talk about Fairtrade.
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  • Presentation Evening Documents

    Published 15/03/18

    Maths Year 9 GCSE Mathematics 18-20 Preview Evening Year 9 GSCE Maths Preview Evening- Use of RAGs Presentation Maths Buster Growth Mindset Presentation   English English GCSE Evening   Science Year 9 Curriculu
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  • Bus Services

    Published 23/02/18

    Please see under Parents > Bus Information tab, the new letters and order forms regarding bus passes for the Fareham/Porchester and Hambledon/Denmead School contracted buses for the academic year starting September 2018.
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  • Cycle Helmet Campaign

    Published 09/01/18

    Sadly, over the last few years we have had a few students who owe their lives to a cycle helmet.

    Last November Maisie appeared in a film made by the BBC and aired on BBC South Today telling of her experiences. Since the initial film she has been approached by a number charitable organisations who want to support her cause (ie Headway and The Children Brain Injury Trust) and a decision was made to move her campaign to the next level by organising an official Government petition. This went live on 2nd March 2018.

    Maisie writes:

    “Wearing my cycle helmet saved my life! It protected my head when I hit the road and from the hot exhaust when I was trapped under the car. The helmet was amazing as it was damaged and melted but still intact. Now I want all children to have to wear helmets.  

    My accident happened while cycling to school. I came off my bike head first, landing in front of a car, which drove over me, trapping me beneath. The air ambulance attended and I was flown to hospital. I sustained three breaks, a fracture and lost some teeth.

    The consultant said I wouldn't have survived without a helmet.
    I want you all to understand it can happen to it happened to me!”

    Link to the petition

    Michael was in Year 9 when his accident occurred. He was cycling to school from Hayling Island. What happened isn't clear, but it is likely a car got too close to him clipping his bike or clothing.
    Michael Writes:

    "All I really remember is waking up on the side of the road, my face was a bit of a mess and my cycle helmet was cracked where I hit the edge of the curb. Without the helmet that would have been my head . I was taken to hospital in an ambulance. This could have been a lot worse"


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  • Mobile Phones & Smart Watches

    Published 18/12/17

    Mobile Phones/Smart Watches

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