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The Unicorn School

The Unicorn School

A Specialist School supporting pupils with dyslexia and related learning difficulties

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  • 06/05/20

    SUPPORT

    For more information and support during these unprecedented times. https://www.childline.org.uk/get-support/contacting-childline/
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  • 24/03/20

    The Unicorn School is currently closed due to Covid-19.

    The Unicorn School is currently closed but all our pupils are being taught remotely by our dedicated team of staff.
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  • 01/05/20

    ART NEWS

     Young Art Oxford is an exciting annual exhibition held in the Ashmolean museum, Oxford in May.
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  • 15/04/20

    EASTER ART CHALLENGE & FUN

    Ahead of the Easter half term, Mrs Sayers set our pupils an Easter Art Challenge!  
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  • 07/04/20

    REMOTE LEARNING AT THE UNICORN SCHOOL

    From Sallie Greenhalgh, Director of Teaching & Learning:
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  • 09/10/19

    Joint First at the U13 Dyslexic Schools National Football Competition!

    What a fantastic experience our football squad and supporters tasted last Friday!
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  • 30/09/19

    NICKI THORNTON AUTHOR VISIT

    On Tuesday 17th September The Unicorn School had the pleasure of hosting the author Nicki Thornton.
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  • 23/08/19

    GCSE RESULTS 2019

    The Unicorn School were delighted to welcome only their second cohort of Y11 pupils to the school to receive their GCSE results.
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  • 03/07/19

    THE UNICORN SCHOOL ON BBC RADIO OXFORD!

     Listen out for us on BBC Radio Oxford on 12th July at 10am highlighting our fundraising goals!
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  • 21/06/19

    WILLOW RESIDENTIAL

    On 3rd June Willow class left for their residential at PGL Liddington.
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  • 12/06/19

    CEDAR CLASS BARGE TRIP

    Cedar class went on a fantastic trip on the canal near Hungerford. 
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  • 12/06/19

    CEDAR ABBEY VISIT

    As part of their topic work on ‘ A Local Study of Abingdon ’ Cedar Class have been studying maps of Abingdon, writing directions, going on local walks, looking at land use  and visiting the remains of the Abbey buildings. 
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