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.
Sponsored Walk and Sixth Form Charity Week
Open Evening 2017
Warwickshire County Council Home to School Transport.
Congratulations to Harry Russell in Year 13 who is our 'Artist of the Week'. Harry's mixed media piece is based on Parisian architecture. https://t.co/1Y3b72iu3p
Aylesford School will be closed on Monday 11th December due to the weather conditions
This week's 'Artwork of the Week' was produced by Lauren Ashbourne in Year 8. Congratulations on a beautiful drawing! https://t.co/AWFRXA3RUI
Science TeachMeet at Warwick Uni this week with Miss Holyman showing some end of term ideas with candy canes and snowflakes featuring SchrÖdinger and his cat! https://t.co/mfbdvH4q3t
Congratulations to Grace Fry in Year 11 who is the Art Department's first 'Artist of the Week'. https://t.co/hVXd4qfzRO
Congratulations to Jack Cooke in Year 10, who has been selected for the Warwickshire County Cricket Club U15 Boys Winter Training Squad.
Is Mr Amadeo being interviewed by his 6th form class? No, it's the new state of the art radiation monitor donated by Bruce Draper of Sword Scientific - the new kit is perfect for the new required practicals and inspiring students into Nuclear Physics! https://t.co/FfihHsD2P2
Aylesford Year 9 Girls2tech sleuths, solve the mystery of the hacking mole at National Grid! https://t.co/c3jbuTHp59
U16 Boys Table Tennis and Badminton teams have qualified for the Level 3 County School Games after winning their respective Level 2 events at Myton. https://t.co/q60m2RFkuy
Flash paper, electromagnets and Simone the stick insect have all made an outing to Chase Meadow Community Centre. Miss Holyman, Second in Science, Mrs Hughes, Receptionist and Lucy in Year 10, who is also a Ranger, helped the 3rd Warwick Cubs to get their Science Badge. https://t.co/JS9k4ab5jP