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.
Leila Scott has been selected to represent Mercia Lynx U15 Girls Regional Hockey team at the Futures Cup, part of the England Hockey Player Pathway System. Congratulations and good luck with the training and matches.
It has been great to see so many Year 11 students back in school completing Science practicals in preparation for starting their Science A-Levels in September. https://t.co/JUyNXdSyxb
A 90 year old Lanchester automobile and a modern autonomous vehicle were among the fabulous cars that visited school this week from Coventry University. Over 100 students across primary and secondary phase benefitted from the gages in session. https://t.co/TxBzBLre6j
Lanchester Archive completed a virtual visit to KS2 students at Aylesford today. Ms Meeson and Miss Holyman organised the event with staff from Coventry University. Some of the lucky students will get to see a real Lanchester car and an autonomous car next week! https://t.co/nC5w3AauIm
Miss Robbins and her 9Y1 class have been making copper sulphate crystals from copper (II) oxide powder and sulphuric acid https://t.co/AEzyzSCkYD
The Year 12 Biologists completed their required practical on the effects of light intensity on plant distribution. It is amazing how much plant life can be found when you look closely. https://t.co/zfoFBcTS4m
Mrs. Parkinson and the Year 12 Biologists used their knowledge of chocolates to create scientific keys to classify the chocolates. https://t.co/6QaHpjsSEX
Year 8 learnt today that the Earth's magnetic field stretches into space and made their own navigation compasses in their Science lesson with Miss Holyman. https://t.co/52kOgUzUwM
The Science Department have grown some butterflies up from caterpillars. These beautiful Painted Lady butterflies will feed on fruit before being released into the wild later this week. https://t.co/3wuHKBso8J
The fabulous 10x/Sc3 started the half term by making a jelly baby wave machine to show transverse waves. Miss Holyman said that it was a fabulous model and lots of fun and learning had by all! https://t.co/j2lQA2HcEf