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, Tim Hodgson.
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.
Following a rigorous scouting and selection process at the England Hockey Challenge Cup, Leila Scott has been selected for U18 Girls National Age Group Programme in September. She was one of only 20 players selected from 288 who competed. Awesome achievement Leila!!
U14 Ultimate Frisbee team - National Champions! https://t.co/AckmWsyCvJ
Year 6 are climbing the walls this morning! https://t.co/xudWo7E6kU
Hoping for some more 'Morning Macarena' from Year 6 tomorrow.. https://t.co/XKUDqQ0TR0
Today is all about teamwork for Year 6. Including the Giant Swing. https://t.co/9K81Jt7toi
Day 1 for Year 6 at the residential was spent mainly on and in the water! All fed and watered now and off for some sleep. https://t.co/7QgLUnFywN
Year 6 arriving at their PGL adventure https://t.co/BS1vmexmFW
A fabulous start to the last day of half term for Year 8s as they were treated to two live renditions of chart toppers from Aylesford's newest drumming teacher. Chris is from Top of the Rock Tuition and is starting drum lessons across all phases at school soon. https://t.co/KHTi04dA6t
Well done to all our athletes who competed in the year 9 and 10 District Championships on Tuesday. Highlights include Sophie Howard who won the Girls 200m and Rupert Pantling who broke the District record in the 100m hurdles! Well done to all. https://t.co/qHMi97Noqn