Boundary Oak’s Blue Boy in London

My Work Experience in London by Jacob K, Y8 Tiring, exhilarating, amazing, nerve-racking, crazy, exciting, emotional, proud; all words to describe my two days work experience in London. I joined a cast of professional actors, musicians and composers who were rehearsing, filming and then performing a play to theatre managers. My role was as The… Read More »

Titanic enthusiast visits Boundary Oak School

Tim Maltin, an old school friend of Mr Stewart and serious Titanic enthusiast came to Boundary Oak on Tuesday to hold two assemblies on the reasons ‘Sinking of The Titanic’. He explained the importance of finding subjects or topics that really interest you, and doing detailed research and seeking first hand accounts of historical events. Having… Read More »

Boundary Oak School U9 Athletics team comes out tops!

Boundary Oak School U9 Athletics team comes out tops!  Yesterday, a select team of Year 3 and 4 children took part in an Athletics competition at Sherfield School.  This was the first ever competition of this kind for many of the Boundary Oak team, but despite how nervous some felt, everyone participated with determination, showing true Boundary Oak spirit. Congratulations must go… Read More »

‘Outstanding’ in all areas: Boundary Oak School’s latest report

‘Outstanding’ in all areas: Boundary Oak School’s latest report Following a recent moderation by Hampshire, which are required every four years, Boundary Oak School are delighted to be able to share that our Early Years department has been rated Outstanding in all areas! Head of Early Years Caroline Phillips, who oversees Pre-School and Reception years, said:… Read More »

Happy children that love to learn: Pupil numbers double at Hampshire boarding school

Happy children that love to learn: Boundary Oak School doubles pupil numbers in less than two years. Summary: Pupils, parents and staff get behind top Hampshire school as it prepares to open senior school. ‘An outstanding school with a bright future’ is how one parent recently described Boundary Oak School in Fareham, Hampshire, who have… Read More »

Boundary Oak Girls dance their way to the finals!

Matilda H and Imogen L performed at the British Art Awards semi finals at the end of last term. Both girls, who are in Years 2 and 4 and Boundary Oak School, competed at the preliminary round back in January where they had to score honours to get through to the regional semi finals. Imogen and… Read More »

Boundary Oak pupil competes in National Schools Biathlon

Year 5 pupil George L is a keen runner and sports school and is no stranger to sporting events. George spent Sunday March 20th representing Boundary Oak School at the National Schools Biathlon Championships. Here is George’s pupil success story… On Sunday March 20th we headed to Crystal Palace for the National Schools Biathlon Championships. Not… Read More »

Boundary Oak School comment on The Times article on Maths in Britain’s schools.

In response to today’s article published in The Times stating ‘Maths crisis puts British at back of class’ Cop-Proprietor and Deputy Head James Polansky and Mathematics Teacher, Sophie Savage offer their opinion: James Polansky writes I would like to research the exact numbers but last time I checked China only submits data from selected schools into PISA, UK submits… Read More »

Boundary Oak School welcomes triple jump star Kola Adedoyin

A European finalist triple jumper demonstrated his sport to Boundary Oak School pupils as part of the Sports for Schools programme earlier this week. Kola Adedoyin, who is ranked at number 2 in Britain in the triple jump, visited the independent school on Tuesday to work with all year groups. Pupils took part in a… Read More »

Boundary Oak School Set to Launch Senior School in 2016

Top Hampshire boarding institution Boundary Oak School to launch Senior School in 2016. Boundary Oak School is thrilled to announce that it is to extend its age range from 2 to 13 years to 2 to 16 years for both day and boarding pupils. This will provide its students with an education up to GCSE level,… Read More »

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