A guide to the Aylesford primary phase.
A welcome from the Director of Primary Education.
Welcome to Aylesford Primary School, a friendly school that is proud of its caring and nurturing family ethos. We are a dedicated team of professionals who strive to develop high standards of behaviour and academic achievement, with every pupil well known to all staff.
We know that children’s emotions are key; when they feel safe, secure and supported learning is at its most successful. Aylesford Primary is a place where pupils will be valued, understood and consulted. Promoting a positive attitude to school and a lifelong love of learning is at the heart of our vision.
A flexible, creative curriculum reflects our passion for active learning and promotes real life contexts at every opportunity. The location and links with our partner school Ferncumbe C of E Primary at Hatton, enables us to enrich the children’s experiences outside the classroom. The children will attend Forest Schools, participate in a range of subject specific focus weeks, go to the theatre and visit an art gallery during their time at Aylesford Primary.
As part of the Aylesford Academy, Aylesford Primary School is confident of achieving excellent academic results. High expectations and careful monitoring of pupil progress enables us to offer extra support or challenge to all.
We see ourselves as partners with parents in your children's development. We have an open door policy and welcome parent volunteers to enrich many aspects of school life. As you and your child join us the carefully planned induction programme will cement the foundation of a long and fruitful partnership.
Aylesford Academy is on a unique journey to becoming the first all-through school for 4 to 18 year olds in Warwickshire. This means that Reception pupils will have the opportunity to benefit from continuous excellence from their first day of school through to the end of Sixth Form. We look forward to sharing this exciting journey with you.
Director of Primary Education, Aylesford Academy.
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Vexed by vectors? Year 11 rose to the challenge with the help of Warwick University Undergraduates. https://t.co/dZAPWKhnz3
Science and food work together to make oxygen gas from mouthwash and pureed potato! Year 9 scientists discover that heating food changes the shape of the enzymes they contain and stops them working. https://t.co/RixAkBHmlg
Checkin' out the chicken! On 13.2.18 the Year 10 Year Council were invited to taste test menu ideas with new chef, Dean. The Spice is Right as chilli chicken was voted favourite new dish. https://t.co/VOuFj2hPGj
The Year 11 Boys Basketball Team enjoyed their final game together tonight in a very competitive match. Final score: Aylesford 40-30 Myton. https://t.co/WtNv02mpjl
Our 'Artwork of the Week' has been produced by Charlotte Clark in Year 11. Congratulations on a stunning piece of work! https://t.co/wbKYn3hDWp
So, you want a new book and you know it had a red cover but can't remember the title? Mrs McLoughlin in the library can help you with her new display! https://t.co/B0XKl3GNTF
The Aylesford Boys Badminton Team represented Central Warwickshire at the Level 3 School Games in Coventry today. They played very well against some tough opponents, but enjoyed the challenge. https://t.co/3neiS7yZcB
Zsofi Treuhaft in Year 8 has been chosen as 'Artist of the Week'. This piece combines her architectural drawings with colours and patterns inspired by the artist Hundertwasser. https://t.co/IVxaXAqdgj
Aylesford students joined their County Girls Rugby U15 teammates today at the Ricoh Arena. They acted as flag bearers for the Guard of Honour (on the pitch), before the game against Leicester. An all action game involving 12 tries, with Wasps winning 50-28. https://t.co/CG6Hv90k9G
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.