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Bus ServicesPublished 23/02/18Read MorePlease 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.
Fund-raising Friday 29th JunePublished 19/06/18For all information please click hereRead More
Online and Social Media SafetyPublished 19/06/18Read More
Online and Social Media Safety
New PE Kit On SalePublished 13/06/18Read More
New PE Kit
Year 11 Breakfast Revision SessionsPublished 22/05/18Read More
A reminder to Year 11 Students, Parents and Carers that core departments will provide drop in sessions immediately before a morning exam.
Oaklands in Portsmouth NewsPublished 30/04/18Read More
Pupils meet Prince Edward at Real Tennis fundraiser for Duke of Edinburgh Award charity
ErasmusPublished 19/03/18Erasmus+ ‘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.Read More
Presentation Evening DocumentsPublished 15/03/18Maths 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 CurriculuRead More
Cycle Helmet CampaignPublished 09/01/18Read More
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.
“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 anyone....as 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.
"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"
Mobile Phones & Smart WatchesPublished 18/12/17Read More
Mobile Phones/Smart Watches