A guide to the Aylesford sixth form phase.
All the information for 2018 entry to the Sixth Form is available under the "Sixth Form Prospectus" tab.
By Natasha Wall
Congratulations to Molly & Sammy
Nominated charities came into school to collect cheques.
After many happy and eventful years, the class of 2017 attended their Leavers Assembly during the afternoon of Friday 26th May. Riding on a wave of nostalgia, many had searched the back of their wardrobes for their old school uniforms, al...
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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.