Match report Year 7 netball – Heyford Park Free School

On a very cold and windy netball court, the TBS year 7 team played an awesome match against Heyford Park Free School.  We won the match with an amazing score of 23 – 0. The team played well with some fantastic passing, great defending and an incredible amount of shots at the goal. This was […]

Year 7 Big Band concert

It is a very exciting time for the Year 7 students at The Bicester School. Each class has been working very hard to learn two jazz songs during music lessons. Some are particularly difficult and students have been stretched to sing in harmony and to cover songs by legendary singers such a Frank Sinatra. So […]

Year 9 meet John Fieldsend, Holocaust survivor and Kindertransport child

On January 31, and just a few days after Holocaust Memorial Day in Britain, the History Department and Year 9 students  bid a welcome return to John Fieldsend, a Holocaust survivor rescued by the Kindertransport programme,  who was visiting the Bicester School for a third time. John, now 86, was born to a Czech mother and […]

Netball report

On Tuesday 30th January the Year 7 netball team won an exciting match against Sibford 8-1. This was only the second time the team had played together but everyone communicated well which meant there was some great passing to get the ball to the shooters, Lucy Tyrell and Dasiy Blundell. The defenders Ines Pigget-Thompson, Freya […]

Senior Basketball team remain undefeated

The Christmas break has finished and the County Division 2 Senior Basketball league continues. The team were unbeaten before Christmas with impressive road wins at MCS Oxford and d’Overbroecks. The first fixture of 2018 was another away game, this time at Our Lady’s Abingdon. The squad was a little light due to injury and illness but the […]

History students create poetry to remember the First World War

Over fifty Year 9 History students have written poems on the theme of the First World War and have had them entered into a national poetry competition run by the ‘Never Such Innocence’ charity and promoted by the Historical Association. Never Such Innocence is a unique project which fits into the wider series of 2014-2018 […]

Millie Couzens U16 National Cyclo Cross Champion

Millie Couzens made a long journey north for the National Cyclo-Cross Championships where Competitors’ bike handling was tested on the fast descents around Sunderland’s Hetton Lyons Country Park, this lead to a day of exciting racing and close finishes. Millie  sprinted to victory in an exciting under-16 girls finish which saw four riders enter the final lap […]

KS4 Boys district badminton competition

2 teams were entered for the North Oxfordshire school sport partnership competition that took place on Tuesday evening at the Cooper school. The A team consisted of Tom Couzens, Wills Simms, Harry Whates and Frazer Kernan. The team played 3 group macthes, winning convincingly over the Cooper School, BGN and Heyford. They then progressed into the […]

Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day

Well done to all who wore their Christmas Jumpers on Friday 15 December to help raise money for Save the Children. We are pleased to say that we raised an amazing £612.96! Here are the best dressed ‘runner-ups’ from the day,  with Sean Beasley being voted the best dressed – winning an Amazon Voucher.

Staff and students rock in school production

It has been many years since the Bicester School has been able to put on a school production and this December we brought them back with a bang! In July the newly-established Creative Arts team started auditions for ‘School of Rock’. We had a huge number of very talented students auditioning for parts and we […]

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