Valuing the role of curiosity in developing knowledge and understanding.
Valuing the challenge in the journey to achievement and recognising the importance of the work ethic.
Valuing the worth of ourselves and the worth and diversity of others.
Valuing determination, concentration and resilience. Understanding order and process.
A Welcome from the Head teacher, Steve Hall.
Please find our ethos, aims and ambitions below.
Aylesford School is a forward thinking and exciting learning environment. All our fundamental principles centre on the teaching and learning experience with students at the core of our work. We believe in academic rigour and the concept of improving on previous best.
English Schools Under 15 Football
'Our Day Out'.
Sponsored Walk and Sixth Form Charity Week
We hope that you are putting your creative skills to good use so that you can submit work for our Art Open Exhibition. This is open to all students, their families, staff and anyone else who has a connection with the school. We look forward to seeing your entries after half term! https://t.co/9WR7wUsPRe
@clarerenaults Thank you! Glad she enjoyed it!
Student Services will be in Stoneleigh, Wednesday 23 May and Thursday 24 May between 1.20pm – 2.00pm for students to view the items we hold in lost property. These two dates will serve as a final opportunity to claim any belongings before the items are given to local charities. https://t.co/hECkkvZbbA
Students enjoying a Tex Mex theme today at lunch time! https://t.co/4Thg5hb0li
Congratulations to the U13 Boys Tennis team, who have progressed to the Level 3 School Games after winning the Level 2 Event at Leamington Tennis Club. https://t.co/iIL1dhdxRP
Fantastic English ILU by Year 7 Student Edgar Peet https://t.co/4IypXZ9yex
Year 8 members of the Eco-schools team were hard at work at lunch today assembling bird boxes and building a hedgehog house #springwatch https://t.co/UpXnn1PxMs
U13 Boys County Cup Football Final Result: Aylesford 4-0 Myton. Goalscorers: J. Sharp, C. Baker (2) and J. Price. https://t.co/X0jcC6Ohi4
This afternoon Year 10 scientists got a shout out from Oxford University as they were considering the big question of whether life is possible on other planets. The Live lecture encourages school students to debate & think about ideas that go beyond what is covered in class https://t.co/NF32QR087q
Lost property display in Stoneleigh for all students at lunchtime next Wednesday 23rd and Thursday 24th May - any unclaimed items by May half term will be recycled.