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What makes Luckley-Oakfield special?
On arrival at Open mornings, visitors often ask “What makes Luckley-Oakfield special?” By the time they have finished looking around the school, seen glimpses of lessons in action and talked to some of our staff and pupils, our visitors have discovered for themselves what makes Luckley-Oakfield so special.
One prospective parent at our recent Open Day registered her daughter there and then, saying “I have looked at a few other schools in the area that have had more glitz and glam, but when you scratch beneath the surface, they don’t have the heart of Luckley”. And that says it all; Luckley is a small, warm and welcoming school, with a big heart. Our strong Christian ethos radiates throughout the school; bringing traditional family values and morals to the forefront of everything we do.
Our girls thrive and really do achieve their full academic potential. Our small class sizes and tailored teaching programmes ensure that each girl is given the very best teaching and support that she needs to obtain the best grades that she possibly can.
Our results speak for themselves with 100% pass rate at A-Level in 2011, with 89% achieving A*/B grades. All of our Sixth Form leavers secured places at their chosen university. Our GCSE students also excelled, with 58% A*/A grades and all students achieving at least 5 GCSE A*-C including English and Mathematics.
Our school transport service brings many of our day girls in from across Berkshire, Hampshire and Surrey and offers two end of day collection times to facilitate participation in extended day activities.
So what makes Luckley-Oakfield special? Come along to our Open Morning or arrange an individual visit and experience the “heart of Luckley” for yourself.
Prospective parents can either make an appointment to visit the school or can attend an Open Days on Wednesday 20h March 2012 or Wednesday 2nd May 9.30am – 12 noon.
For further details or to request a prospectus please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a local community resource for Maidenhead and the surrounding area including a discussion forum.
Manorcroft United Junior Football Club is the only youth football club in the Egham / Englefield Green area that operates football teams for both boys and girls from the ages of 6 to 18 years.
A local support group for people of all ages with learning disabilities and their parents and carers
Registered Charity which aims to promote the benefits of complementary therapies and has worked in this field for nearly 30 years. The Charity is run by volunteer healers and former cancer patients on a worldwide basis.
Despite only being formed at the beginning of 2009, New Egham Singers (a member of Egham and District Choral Society) has already firmly established itself on the local musical scene. The choir, which numbers around 100 members, offers the chance to sing popular tuneful music to singers of all abilities and ages.
Under the expert guidance of its Musical Director, Guy Bunce, and his accompanist Ingrid Keedy, NES meets at 7.30 on Monday evenings from September through to July at Strodeʼs College, High Street, Egham TW20 9DR.
Ocean Theatre Company is a professional company which, in addition to creating exciting and innovative productions, is committed to training young people in a theatrical environment: OCEAN YOUTH THEATRE COMPANY.
We fully stage two major productions per year (Easter & October Half Term).
Currently in our 6th year, DOCTOR DOLITTLE is the next in Ocean Youths exciting list of dynamic and entertaining productions following LES MISÉRABLES, HOW TO SUCCEED, BEAUTY & THE BEAST, TITANIC and many more.
The company is made up of talented local performers who consistently create high quality shows.
We believe that young people should be treated as professionals and as such we employ trained professionals to work with the students. We ensure that all of the staff are all DBS checked.
Ocean strongly believes in a supportive and caring atmosphere that is dedicated to developing the potential in a fun and safe environment. Furthermore, we believe that the young people can grow in personal development through theatrical experiences. We then encourage self belief and confidence building with a focus to developing the students strengths.
Rehearsals are on Saturday afternoons from 1:30pm to 5:30pm with additional rehearsals (technical / dress ) in the theatre closer to the performances. In addition, there may be supplemental sessions for individual vocal work.
The downstairs part of the buildign is run as a day centre while the top part is a Nursing Care unit for those recoverying from time in hospital.
Camberley Rotaract is an organisation for 18-30 year olds in Camberley, Frimley, Mytchett, Farnborough, Bracknell, Bagshot, Sandhurst, Yateley, Blackwater and the surrounding areas of Surrey & Hampshire.
Rotaract is an opportunity to be part of a fun, dynamic and unique international organisation, offering a wide range of activities that will enable you to try something new, whilst having a great time and meeting others.
Rotaract offers a wide choice of social activities, actively supports your local community, raises money for charity and gives you the opportunity to develop your personal skills and gain new life experiences in Great Britain & Ireland, and abroad.
To find out more please visit our website at www.camberleyrotaract.org.uk or email us at email@example.com and come along to one of our pub nights or meetings to get to know the club!
The Rotary Club of Ascot principally provides support to well known Local Community activities and raises money for local, national and international humanitarian causes. We promote such events as a 'Youth Speaks" and "Young Chef" competitions and a Schools Music Concert for local schools. We also make awards to selected pupils who have given "Service Above Self" and assist schools by undertaking mock interviews with their students. Local causes supported in recent years include the Ascot Day Centre, Thames & Chiltern Air Ambulance, the North Ascot Community Association, Thames HospiceCare and Riding for the Disabled. We also support some individual requests for funding. We fund an education initiative in Nepal, Shelterboxes for international disaster areas, and have sent donations to support victims of UK flood disasters. However it is not all fund-raising and charity activities - there is also a lively social side to the organisation, with jazz evenings, race nights, garden parties, barbecues and day trips.
A local organisation aimed at improving community life. Its develops partnership between the Voluntary sector and the local Business community. RAVS's vision is to develop practical ways of working together to make best use of scarce resource that provides additional community services, for our mutual benefit.