6th November 2017

Year 9 students visit Bletchley Park!

This week a group of 40 Year 9 students visited The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park. It was enlightening to see exactly how computers have evolved, from the very first hand – wound calculator to the present day. The main attraction was the Colossus – one of the first computers ever made that was used in World War 2. We got to see famous computers such as W.I.T.C.H, the oldest original digital computer, along with explanations on how they worked, why they were built and got a demonstration of them. We also had a go at doing some coding of our own crating a Snake game using BBC computers! This is a great trip to go on if you’re thinking of doing Computer Science for GCSE, or if you just want to learn things about computers and have a good time!

Parent Governors required!

The Governing Body are seeking nominations from the parent body to fill two vacancies which have become available for Parent Governors. Please see the letter in our latest news documents section to the right of this page.

Remembrance Service – Friday 10th November 2017

Staff, students, parents and alumni are welcome to attend our Remembrance Service which is held by the War Memorial in the school grounds at 1.15pm this Friday 10th November. In case of inclement weather the service will be performed in the main hall.

We have two War Memorials here on the school site – you can read about our Memorials to those Old Owenians who lost their lives in both wars in our School History section on this website.

A third Memorial is based at Owen’s Fields, City and Islington College, London, dedicated to the people who died in the Dame Alice Owen’s Girls’ School air raid shelter on 15th October 1940.

Staff Vacancies!

We require a Head Caretaker for January 2018. Please see our Vacancies page for further information.