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The GWPRA Community Defibrillator Project has now reached Phase 2, with Defibrillators installed and operational at Boundary Park Pavilion and the Northern Neighbourhood Community Centre.On Friday 1st December 2017 between 18:00 and 20:00 there is the first of the Defibrillator training sessions. To make the project a success, it is very important that people are aware of CPR and the use of the Defibrillators.
Everyone is invited to the meetings, so please come along take the opportunity to meet your new neighbours and find out more about your community. The agenda for the meeting can be found here.
The date has been set for Friday 8th December 2017 up at the Boundary Park Pavilion again, so please mark it in your diary and there is a Facebook event page.
We are looking for volunteers to help on the night or assist with the organisation. We are also looking for raffle prize donations from individuals or local businesses. So please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help support this community event in any way.
The Community Cafe and Lunch Club are held on Thursdays at the Northern Neighbourhood Community Centre.
The Cafe is 10am-12pm and entry is free, with plenty of activities for Children and opportunity to meet with local people. There are hot drinks and lovely home made cakes for sale.
A very big thank you to Didcot RUFC, for inviting us up to Boundary Park to watch the 1st XV Match against Littlemore on Saturday 21st October 2017. It was a gritty match, in blustery conditions and despite Didcot losing 10-29, it was very entertaining. Well done to all the players, coaches and volunteers involved.
Everyone is welcome to come and support our very local Rugby Club, on the touch line or even from the comfort of the Boundary Park Bar. The Didcot RUFC 1st XV’s next Home match is on Saturday 4th November 2017 vs. Bletchley.
In September 2018, we will be opening our brand new Aureus Primary School, also on Great Western Park.
We will be opening with a Nursery Class, two Reception Classes and a mixed Year 1 and Year 2 class (if there is enough interest on the waiting list, we will consider opening with full Year 1 and Year 2 classes).
Further information about the school can be found on our website – http://www.aureusprimaryschool.org
As you will probably be aware, our Primary School site is in the process of being built so we will be holding our Open Days at the Aureus Secondary School. Once the site is accessible we will be able to show everyone around.
Please see below some dates for your diaries and an opportunity for you to let us know if you are keen to find out more about Aureus Primary as a school of choice for your child’s primary education in September 2018.
We will share the Aureus vision and values in the Main Hall. You will have an opportunity to have a guided tour, see our Aureus Secondary site and meet our staff/students. Prospectuses will be available.
Thursday 2nd November, 9.30 – 11.30 am
Thursday 16th November, 9.30 – 11.30 am
Tuesday 28th November, 6.00 pm – 8.00 pm.
You must register to attend one of these events. Please reply to this email or contact Rebecca Cooper, Admissions Officer on email@example.com giving your child’s name, date of birth and which Nursery your child attends (if applicable).
Please do pass this information on to any family you know who may be looking for a primary or nursery school place for their child in September next year.
We look forward to meeting you all and welcoming you to our school.
Attendance and Admissions Officer