Rugby tournament back into touch with facilities boost

The Bicester School is supporting its local community by providing access to its sports fields for a touch rugby tournament for young people. Constituents in Bicester are organising the tournament and approached Victoria Prentis MP for advice following problems with access to pitches in town. The Bicester School agreed to help by offering the use […]

Walking and Talking mock exam

On Saturday 21 May, 89 students came into school to take part in a “Walking and Talking” mock maths GCSE exam. Students were able to experience an exact run-through of their exam, with Head of Maths Katrina Nash talking them through every step. This included entry and organisation of themselves into the hall, understanding the […]

Bicester School students lead primary schools through tennis festival

The Bicester Area Year 3 and 4 mini tennis Red festival for the Bicester and Copper family of primary schools took place on Thursday 5 May at Bicester Tennis Club. Eighty children from Bure Park, Five Acres, Fritwell, Kings Meadow, Southwold, St. Mary’s and Launton Primary Schools took part. In glorious sunshine, the nine teams were […]

Sport Relief

  It has been an incredibly busy and successful week for sport at The Bicester School, with lots of opportunities for students to get involved for Sport Relief. On Wednesday 16 March, pupils were allowed to come into school in non-school uniform and sportswear. Lots of students brought in their £1 on the gate and […]

Sainsbury’s School Games finals

Some of our students took part in the Sainsbury’s School Games Finals on Tuesday 22 March. I had the pleasure of accompanying Edward, Tom and Millie who cheered each other on during the course and were true sports with their fellow competitors. So here are the results… Edward ran in a very fast Year 7 […]

Maths Week

14 March 2016 saw the arrival of Pi day (3.1416 4.d.p.). To celebrate this, the Maths department put on a full week of activities, competitions and guest speakers, forming ‘Maths Week’. Throughout the department, students and teachers made it their mission to show how maths is used in everyday life. By the end, students were […]

Bicester Family Year 3/4 Girls Multi-skills Festival

Bicester School organised the annual Bicester Family Year 3/4 Girls Multi-skills festival on Wednesday 16 March at Brookside Primary School. The event was aimed at less active girls who do not usually engage in sport and physical activity beyond lesson time. Over sixty girls from six Primary schools took part, including: Brookside, Bure Park, Kings […]

Bicester Family Year 1 Multi-Skills Festival

Over three hundred Year 1 children participated in two Bicester Family multi-skills festivals held at Bicester Leisure Centre on Wednesday 10 February 2016. Brookside, St. Edburg’s and Southwold Primary Schools took part in the morning event and Kings Meadow, St. Mary’s, Fritwell, Bure Park and Chesterton Primary Schools took part in the afternoon session. Teams […]

Partnership puts energy into career inspiration

Pupils at The Bicester School are going behind the scenes to discover the latest in waste recycling and renewable energy. The school has launched a partnership with Viridor Waste Management Ltd, which runs the energy recovery facility at Ardley, to support students’ GCSE and A-level science programmes. Under the partnership, six Year 12 students will […]

Hundreds flock to The Bicester School Open Event

Over 500 prospective students, parents and siblings came along yesterday to find out what the new Bicester School can offer to the local communities. This was the first Open Event since the school’s re-launch, and staff at the school are delighted with the tremendous turnout and feedback from parents. Visitors had a chance to listen to the […]

Year 6 open evening, Thursday 5 October 6-8pm: Register online