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Didcot Girls’ School Committed to Excellence

Additional Information 2012/2013


The School Didcot Girls’ School is a successful 11 – 18 Language and Enterprise specialist school which has recently converted to academy status. Examination results at GCSE and Advanced Level are excellent and achievement at all levels is valued.

We have been a Language College since 1997 and we offer a range of languages, including Mandarin Chinese available for girls to study during their time with us. We also use our language specialism to spread our expertise to our primary partners. We have well developed links with a range of international partners and make regular visits abroad as well as receiving many foreign visitors. In 2012, we included Enterprise alongside our specialism: this is to ensure that our girls see the relevance of language learning within an applied work context.

The Headteacher and governors of the school are excited by the opportunities offered through academy status to exercise more autonomy and hold greater responsibility for the school’s development. In particular, there are opportunities to work more collaboratively with St Birinus School and our partner primary schools which will be explored over the next year. In addition to our Open Evening and Open Mornings, we also encourage prospective parents to visit the school at any time in the school year. You are warmly invited to telephone the school to make an appointment – the Headteacher and members of the Senior Leadership Team are always very happy to take prospective parents on a tour of the school.

The Vision for our school

Excellent specialist facilities at the school include twelve science laboratories, Sports Hall, Language Laboratory, Dance Studio, Drama Studio, seven ICT network rooms, and bespoke classrooms for Food Science, Resistant Materials, Textiles and Learning Support. The school has a spacious site including playing fields, netball and tennis courts, social areas, attractive gardens and grassed recreational areas. 

Consultation with students, staff, parents and governors has led to an agreement of the core values which underpin our aims for our school community. We share a deep commitment to these three core values:

Didcot Girls’ School and St Birinus Boys’ School, together serve Didcot and a number of neighbouring villages, so our young people come from a variety of backgrounds. Didcot is the only area in Oxfordshire, where single sex education is provided within the comprehensive system. We are proud of our distinctive single sex context which allows both boys and girls to flourish academically and socially as they realise their full potential during their time at both schools. Our close links with St Birinus mean that our young people are able to benefit from the excellent provision offered by both schools: careers events, trips and residentials, drama productions and activities for Gifted and Talented students are available to students from both schools.

2. A school with high expectations which provides

1. A school where everyone is included, at the

heart of the community. quality learning experiences for all. 3. A safe and happy school which creates a sense

of pride and promotes respectful relationships for all. In all that we do, we are ‘committed to excellence’ and our mission statement captures the essence of our school: we are a vibrant school community which empowers girls to become resilient and to fulfil their potential as future leaders.

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Our school is moving from strength to strength: examination results over the last three years and our recent Ofsted report (available on the school website) are testimony to the ambitious and high achieving school which is Didcot Girls’ School. We fully intend to continue this outstanding trajectory of development over the next three years.

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The DGS Vision What makes Didcot Girls’ School distinctive? • Our reputation is deservedly a school ‘committed to excellence’ • The school values are tangible and clearly understood by all stakeholders

Personalised Support and Guidance • High quality mentoring provides personalised support for students’ learning

• Our Languages and Enterprise specialism creates an excellent provision

• Peer mentoring promotes social cohesion across the school

High Quality Teaching and Learning

• The curriculum offers well tailored learning pathways which provide good progression

• Students confidently develop skills for life such as problem solving, team working and creative thinking alongside excellent literacy, numeracy and ICT skills • The creative use of technology creates a cutting edge provision to support high quality learning and teaching What does this mean?

Didcot Girls’ School – A Specialist Language and Enterprise School

Students and staff feel empowered to take leadership roles and are well supported in these roles, enabling individuals to ‘make a difference’ to their school and to the community.

• The particular strengths of an all girls’ context are widely shared and highly visible

• The DGS Half Dozen defines the framework for high quality teaching and learning across our school

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What does this mean?

Students are resilient and curious learners who have a ‘can-do’ attitude which prepares them well for the future. Staff share a common language for excellent learning and this is in evidence across the school.

What does this mean? All students feel known in the school community and there is a close understanding of each individual’s needs which leads to appropriate support and high levels of achievement. Students fulfil their potential.

An Outward-Facing Learning Community • Outreach work ensures the best of science, languages, arts, sports and business provision is available to students both in and outside of the school • An understanding of different cultures and faiths promotes tolerance and respect

A Leadership Culture

What does this mean?

• Students are empowered to take leadership roles, especially through the Leadership Ladder, School Council, House system and various Sixth Form groups

Students have a wide choice of excellent enrichment and extra-curricular provision which increases their aspirations. They are tolerant of difference and respectful of each other and their community. Our students are proud of their school.

• A collaborative leadership community, driven by Senior Leadership Team and Middle Leaders, develops where creative ideas are shared, contributing towards the school’s vision • Professional development for all staff is responsive to need and shares best practice through collaborative training networks


The School Day 8.45am – 9.00am

Registration in Tutor Groups

9.05am – 10.05am

Period 1

10.05am – 10.25am

Break

10.25am – 11.25am

Period 2

11.30am – 12.30pm

Period 3

12.30pm – 1.15pm

Lunch

1.15pm – 2.10pm Fridays 1.15pm – 2.15pm* 2.15pm – 3.15pm

Break and Lunch Times There are two breaks in the school day: 20 minutes in the morning and 45 minutes in the middle of the day. Year 11 students are allowed off site at lunch time. Our Catering Manager provides delicious and healthy hot meals, and snacks, using locally sourced, fresh ingredients in Frideswides Dining Hall and Sherwood Cafe. Students can also bring packed lunches.

Period 4 Period 5

* On Fridays, students finish school at 2.15pm

Curriculum

All students in Years 9, 10 and 11 follow a core curriculum as follows: English Mathematics Science PD Languages RE PE ICT Language

Core French

Literature

Applied

Spanish

Biology

Mandarin

Chemistry

German

Physics

One particular feature of the school is the rich variety of extra-curricular activities, which are well supported and add to the quality of the communal life of the school. There are numerous clubs and activities, ranging from musical and sporting activities to drama, science and technology. This coming year trips are planned to Tanzania, China, Poland, France, Spain, Italy, Brussels and Sweden. Another distinctive feature of the school is the opportunities we provide for girls to take leadership roles through the vibrant School Council, the strong House system, our Prefect system, and a range of peer mentoring programmes. The Leadership Ladder is a new development this year to recognise and reward our girls’ participation in leadership roles and activities. We pride ourselves on enabling the girls to develop real confidence for life through this provision.

We have Learning Pathways which allow students to take a mixture of academic and vocational courses at different levels and across the 3 year period, according to individual ability and/or interest. This year option subjects are as follows: Drama

Dance

Music

Graphics

Psychology

Second Language

Food Catering Textiles Product Child Vocational Technology Design Development Studies History Geography ICT

Business Art and Studies Design

Health and Social Care

PE

Business and Communication

Media

Citizenship

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All students follow a common curriculum during their first two years. Some of these classes are taught in mixed ability groups, whilst others are set by ability: setting begins in Year 7 in Maths, Year 8 in Science and Year 9 in English. Smaller teaching groups are available for Mathematics and Technology.

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Partnership With Parents We form a strong relationship with parents. At the beginning of each school year, there is an information evening about study habits, the curriculum and option choices for each year group. There are also subject report evenings when you will be able to meet your daughter’s teachers and opportunities to meet her tutor.

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We will keep you fully informed of your daughter’s progress and we send home regular reports for you to see her targets and whether she is achieving them. All parents are invited to attend our Parent Forum meetings, held by the Head Teacher, Senior Leadership Team and governors of the school to discuss proposals about how to improve the school further.

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We also ask parents to complete an annual survey and the feedback you provide contributes towards our school development priorities. We have an active Friends of DGS group where parents, staff and friends of the school are invited to involve themselves in fund raising and running social events for the school community. Please see the school website for further details. Your first port of call for any queries will be your child’s tutor or our Support and Guidance Team, who are on hand throughout the day to answer any queries. Your daughter will also have a Student Planner and this will give you the details of homework, timetable etc and can be used to communicate with the tutor. Our website is also very useful as a source of key information; for example, staff lists, term dates all our policies are to be found there.

Religious Education Provision Girls take Religious Education classes, which are based on the agreed syllabus. Girls can take a full course or a short course at GCSE. Parents have the right to withdraw their child from Religious Education lessons or assembly for reasons of their religious convictions. In such cases, suitable alternative provision for self-study will be made. Parents must put in writing their intention to withdraw their daughter and the reasons for this decision.

Special Educational Needs (SEN Provision) The school promotes inclusion and works extremely hard to ensure that every girl’s needs are met. There is a large, well resourced SEN department and our SEN team is skilled in addressing various aspects of learning, behavioural and physical difficulties. Girls attend individual lessons, small group lessons or receive support in class as appropriate to their needs. All students on the SEN register are regularly reviewed and Individual Education Plans are prepared for them. Parents are kept fully informed of progress and the SEN Department works in close partnership with families to achieve the best possible outcome for students.

Attendance Research proves that students with high levels of attendance are more likely to succeed in school and go on to further and higher education than students with low levels of attendance. For this reason we check attendance carefully and will report to you your daughter’s attendance on a termly basis using a traffic light system so that you will know how well she is doing. You are requested not to take your daughter out of school during term time. Particularly, with the introduction of Controlled Assessment in all GCSE subjects, missing school can involve your daughter missing crucial assessment points. The school’s attendance policy is available on the school website.


No school can work successfully without a clear discipline policy. Our policy is simple, effective and available for parents to view on the school website. We are a learning community, a calm place where there are no bells, no shouting and mutual respect characterises all relationships. We take a positive view of discipline and work on the basis that everybody can make good choices if they are guided towards them. There is a strong rewards policy in school with students awarded merits or credits, praise postcards, certificates and letters home. The Headteacher and Heads of Year hold termly Celebration Breakfasts to recognise the achievement of our students and our Awards Evenings form a highlight of the school year.

Homework This is set regularly and increases as students move through the school. There is a homework timetable and the type of learning required can take many forms. All girls are issued with a Student Planner to record details of homework activities. We believe homework is good training for independent learning and consolidates learning in school.

Support and Challenge We work tremendously hard to ensure that all of our new students are well supported both before they start and as they move through the school. The Head of Year 7 visits each primary school from Easter onwards to meet the girls coming to us and their teachers. The Heads of Learning Support also visit the schools to ensure that we are fully briefed on any particular support that we need to put in place for individual students. Information about Gifted and Talented students is passed on to us from the Primary Schools and this is shared with our Able, Gifted and Talented Co-ordinator, Year 7 teachers, tutors and the Head of Year.

We run two induction days where girls spend time with us in the summer term enjoying taster lessons and participating in group activities, getting to know the school and each other. We also host an evening for girls and their parents in the summer term where Year 7 tutors are present to meet the new students and Senior Staff talk about some of the key aspects of joining the school.

Charging Policy There are occasions when the school will ask for a voluntary contribution towards the cost of a trip or activity to allow the activity to take place. If insufficient contributions are received this may cause the cancellation or amendment of the activity. There is a hardship fund to assist those families in financial difficulties. Additional instrumental lessons provided by visiting teachers are, however, subject to charge. Further details can be obtained from the Head of Music.

The Didcot Sixth Form There is complete co-operation in the provision of Sixth Form courses between St. Birinus School (our neighbouring boys’ school) and Didcot Girls’ School. This year there are over 400 students studying in the Sixth Form. This means that we offer a very wide range of AS/A2 courses to students from both schools as well as BTECs and Level 2 provision. Sixth Form students may take Critical Thinking AS Level, General Studies or the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) to help them develop their communication and presentation skills. The numbers staying on to Sixth Form education are considerably higher than the national average. Please see the Didcot Sixth Form College website for further information.

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School Uniform All Students

Other Equipment Required

• Maroon blazer with school badge • White blouse with collar

• Apron for use in Design & Technology, Art and Science (available from Trutex Schoolwear and More)

• Plain navy blue trousers – no combats, flares, drainpipe-style trousers or jeggings

• Mathematics Set (including pen, pencil, ruler, eraser and glue stick)

• Plain navy blue knee-length skirt – no shorter than 5cm above the knee

• Scientific Calculator

• Socks, plain navy, black or white – socks may not be worn with tights

Other Important Uniform Rules

• Tights, plain natural, navy or black

Jewellery: One pair of earrings, studs or sleepers, may be worn: one earring, stud or sleeper in each lobe. A watch may be worn.

• Shoes, black or navy with low heels – sandals, trainers, boots or backless shoes may not be worn. Toes must be covered by shoes

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• Coat or anorak suitable for cold/wet weather – denim/ leather jackets, hooded sweatshirts may not be worn

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• USB memory stick purchased from the school

• No other jewellery may be worn – no nose, lip, eyebrow, tongue or stomach studs

Optional:

• Make-up, if worn, should be discreet but no nail varnish please

• Navy V-necked jumper

• No extremes of hair colour or hair style are permitted

• Headscarves – plain navy blue or black. Headscarves should be folder under the chin, taken round to the back of the neck and the ends tucked in, to conform with health and safety requirements.

Please Note: The Headteacher’s/Deputy Headteachers’ decision is final on all matters of uniform.

• Plain navy blue salwar kameez • Optional (Terms 5 and 6 only): Summer uniform – Navy cardigan, Pale blue or navy polo shirt with school crest, White headscarf

PE Uniform – All Students • Polo top – red with open neck and school crest • Red sweatshirt with school crest • Blue tracksuit bottoms • PE socks – white or navy • Sports trainers – with a cushioned sole • Footwear bag – any colour • Hair must be tied up and no jewellery should be worn NB: If students are taking part in Dance or Gymnastics, black leggings and a school PE polo top must be worn. Students will also be required to take part in bare feet All items of uniform are available from: Trutex Schoolwear and More, 14 Cockcroft Road, Didcot OX11 8LL. Tel: 01235 211011

ALL EQUIPMENT AND UNIFORM MUST BE NAMED CLEARLY AND PERMANENTLY.

Bicycles All bicycles must be locked in a school bike shed, and reflective bands and cycle helmets should be worn. Please ensure that your daughter is visible and safe during dark winter months.


After reading this prospectus, you may wish to discuss certain issues with us. We are always delighted to welcome visitors to Didcot Girls’ School and you may be sure that there will always be someone available to see you. Please also visit the school website on www.didcotgirls.oxon.sch.uk for further information about the school, including all of our policy documents. As an Academy, Oxfordshire Country Council remains the Admissions Authority for the school and we follow the admissions rules for community schools.

your choice and also contact the Admissions Team to ensure that a place is available. When a place has been confirmed, we will contact parents to advise them of the arrangements which have been made. Appeals – As Didcot Girls’ School is the only all girls’ comprehensive school in Oxfordshire, we offer a unique educational provision and one which is increasingly popular with families from both within and outside the Didcot area. Although we are in a strong position to offer a place to most parents who would like their daughters to be educated here, if your daughter is not allocated a place, parents have a legal right to appeal to the school’s governors.

To ensure that a place is reserved for your daughter at Didcot Girls’ School, it is important to follow these procedures:

Catchment Area

If your daughter is under the age of 11, you can select the school on line: www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/admissions or complete the Secondary School Preference Card in October prior to her entry in the following September.

Our catchment area includes the expanding town of Didcot and the delightful surrounding villages of: Appleford, Aston Tirrold, Aston Upthorpe, Blewbury, Chilton, East and West Hagbourne, Harwell, Long Wittenham, North Moreton, South Moreton, Rowstock and Upton.

Please give the Card to your daughter’s Primary School Headteacher or send it direct to: Admissions Team School Organisation Planning Commissioning, Performance & Quality Assurance Children, Young People & Families County Hall, New Road, Oxford, OX1 1ND Tel: 01865 815175 Fax: 01865 783198 admissions.schools@oxfordshire.gov.uk www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/admissions If your daughter is over the age of 11, please write to the Headteacher at Didcot Girls’ School to inform her of

School transport is provided from these surrounding villages which are more than 3 miles from the school. Although situated outside the catchment area, this may also apply to some pupils who live in Drayton, Steventon, Sutton Courtenay and Milton – subject to availability. An increasing number of students live in towns and villages outside our catchment area, but whose parents choose to send them to Didcot Girls’ School. Free school transport is not available to these students, so parents can arrange for them to come by train (to Didcot Parkway), by car, or to use local bus services. If there are sufficient numbers, the school will consider organising transport, funded by parents.

What to do next… Contact the school on: 01235 812092 to organise an individual visit or an interview with the Head Teacher.

Address: Didcot Girls’ School, Manor Crescent, Didcot, OX11 7AJ

Attend our Open Evening on: 

Website: www.didcotgirls.oxon.sch.uk

Wednesday 3rd October 4.30pm – 7.30pm or our Open Mornings on Tuesday 9th October, Thursday 11th October and Wednesday 17th October, 9.30am – 11.00am

Email: head.4139@didcotgirls.oxon.sch.uk

Complete a Common Application Form and return it to your primary school. Complete the form online at www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/admissions

Telephone: 01235 812092

Head Teacher: Mrs Rachael Warwick Chair of Governors: Dr Marcus Gover Didcot Girls’ School Manor Crescent, Didcot OX11 7AJ

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Didcot Girls’ School ––AASpecialist Language, Language Applied Learning and Enterprise and Mathematics School & Computing College

2012 GCSE Results

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Subject

Total

A*

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

U

English Language

213

13

33

47

54

39

18

9

0

0

English Literature

206

29

39

41

42

26

15

6

5

3

Mathematics

213

17

32

28

54

35

27

9

10

1

Mathematics FSMQ Level 3

1.3

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

Science: Single Award

142

0

20

26

39

29

20

5

2

1

Science: Additional

67

5

15

15

16

10

3

3

0

0

Science: Additional Applied

72

0

0

2

11

38

19

1

1

0

Biology

58

11

7

16

16

7

0

0

1

0

Chemistry

58

8

10

11

14

13

2

0

0

0

Physics

58

8

13

11

13

11

1

0

1

0

Art & Design

72

6

8

16

15

10

9

6

2

0

Art & Design: Graphics

29

4

3

9

5

4

4

0

0

0

Business & Communication Systems

28

0

4

2

8

4

7

1

2

0

Business Studies

25

1

2

5

12

3

2

0

0

0

Citizenship

35

1

9

8

5

10

1

1

0

0

Classical Civilisations

25

7

9

2

5

2

0

0

0

0

Dance

12

1

2

6

3

0

0

0

0

0

Design & Technology: Product Design

9

0

1

1

2

2

0

2

0

1

Drama

43

2

9

7

16

7

1

1

0

0

Geography

66

11

26

16

10

2

1

0

0

0

History

57

6

14

11

6

12

4

3

1

0

Home Economics: Child Development

37

0

4

5

4

10

12

1

1

0

Home Economics: Food & Nutrition

12

0

1

6

2

3

0

0

0

0

Home Economics: Textiles

6

0

1

1

2

2

0

0

0

0

Hospitality & Catering

13

0

0

3

4

3

3

0

0

0

Languages: French

153

7

24

26

37

27

20

9

2

1

Languages: Spanish

18

5

5

4

2

1

0

1

0

0

Languages: Spanish AS

2

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

Languages: Chinese

7

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Media Studies

35

5

2

8

15

3

0

1

1

0

Music

22

1

6

8

3

2

1

0

1

0

PE/ Sport Studies Full Course

21

0

5

9

4

3

0

0

0

0

PE/ Sport Studies Short Course

6

0

0

2

2

1

1

0

0

0

Psychology

66

18

21

13

10

3

0

1

0

0

RE/ Religious Studies Full Course

117

6

25

34

26

20

5

0

0

1

RE/ Religious Studies Short Course

88

2

4

10

14

13

15

8

10

12

BTEC Applied Science Level 1 (2x GCSE equivalent)

13

0

0

0

0

10

3

0

0

0

BTEC Applied Science Level 1 (1x GCSE equivalent)

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

BTEC Health & Social Care (4x GCSE equivalent)

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

BTEC Health & Social Care (2x GCSE equivalent)

31

8

4

4

15

0

0

0

0

0

BTEC Health & Social Care (1x GCSE equivalent)

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

BTEC Media Level 1 (2x GCSE equivalent)

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

0

0

BTEC Media Level 1 (1/2x GCSE equivalent)

8

0

0

0

0

0

0

8

0

0

BTEC Vocational Studies Level 1 (1x GCSE equivalent)

10

0

0

0

0

0

0

10

0

0

BTEC Vocational Studies Level 1 (4x GCSE equivalent)

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

0

0

OCR Nationals ICT (3x GCSE equivalent)

10

0

1

6

3

0

0

0

0

0

OCR Nationals ICT (1x GCSE equivalent)

185

0

95

42

48

0

0

0

0

0

Summary of Results 5 or more A*– C

71%

5 or more A*– G

96%

5 or more A*– C incl English and Maths

56%

5 or more A*– G incl English and Maths

94%

English Baccalaureate

27%

1 or more A*–G

98%


Key Stage 3 Results 2012 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Pupils absent

English

0

0

1

12

66

109

18

0

0

Mathematics

0

0

10

31

58

71

32

4

0

Science

0

0

0

12

85

89

19

0

1

Modern Foreign Languages

0

0

2

30

88

76

6

2

2

Design and Technology

0

0

0

3

102

100

0

0

1

Geography

0

0

0

11

69

107

18

0

1

History

0

0

4

36

70

73

23

0

0

ICT

0

0

0

10

95

97

4

0

0

Art and Design

0

0

0

4

74

106

20

1

1

Music

0

0

1

15

150

33

5

0

2

Physical Education

0

0

0

0

150

54

0

0

2

Figures may not total 100 percent because of rounding.

Please note: all our students complete KS3 at the end of Year 8 to enable them to choose different KS4 Learning Pathways from Year 9.

Sixth Form

Girls

Overall pass rate

99%

100%

Entries achieving A*

4%

5%

Entries achieving A* – A

23%

24%

Entries achieving A* – B

44%

45%

Entries achieving A* – C

72%

73%

The majority of our students join the Sixth Form on completion of their compulsory schooling. A wide range of Level 2 and 3 courses are offered. Our co-educational Sixth Form is run in partnership with the boys’ school in Didcot, St Birinus, and our results are excellent year on year. The Didcot Sixth Form College website is a good source of further information and a copy of the Didcot Sixth Form College Prospectus is available from the school by request.

Multi-Academy Trust (MAT) and Governing Body 2012 – 2013 Name

Responsibility

Governor

Dr M Gover

Chair, Chair of Joint Sixth Form Committee, Director and Member of MAT

Community

Mrs K Frankel

Clerk

Mrs A Adams

Member of MAT

Parent

Mr I Barnes

Director and Member of MAT

Co-opted Community

Mr C Campbell

Vice Chair, Chair of Finance and General Purposes Committee, Director and

Parent

Mr P Davies

Vice-Chair and Member of MAT

Member of MAT Parent

Ms M Habermel

Parent

Mrs F Hall

Staff

Mrs A Harbour Mrs J Judson

Community Vice Chair, Chair of Staff and Curriculum Committee, Director of MAT

Mr T Meadows Ms K Meuleman

Parent Director of MAT

Parent

Director of MAT (2013–2014)

Staff

Mr P Noake Mrs P Rodrigues

Co-opted Community

Community

Mrs R Warwick

Director MAT

Headteacher

Miss N Woods

Director of MAT (2012–2013)

Staff

The Chair and Vice Chairs may be contacted directly on: governors@didcotgirls.oxon.sch.uk

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A Level Results 2012 (based on 175 students)

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Didcot Girls’ School Manor Crescent Didcot Oxfordshire OX11 7AJ Tel: 01235 812092 Fax: 01235 511245 Email: head.4139@didcotgirls.oxon.sch.uk www.didcotgirls.oxon.sch.uk Didcot Girls’ School is an academy managed by Didcot Academy of Schools, a company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales Registered company number: 8104201 Registered address: Didcot Girls’ School, Manor Crescent, Didcot, Oxon OX11 7AJ 

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