School is running a KARD fortnight. Kindness, Acceptance, Respect and Dignity. Year 7 students in RS produced posters exploring the ideas around human beings being made in the image of God, and the belief that they are ‘fearfully and wonderfully made’. This message coupled with the Human Rights declaration of all people being free and […]
On Wednesday 18th September, the National Citizen Service came to speak to our Year 12 students about opportunities over October half term.
Great first win for the Under 16 Netball on the evening of the 18th September, onto the next round of the National Netball Cup for Schools! Well done girls!
Year 11 students enjoyed a field trip to Leeds as part of their work for GCSE Geography.
We hosted 40 students and 5 teachers from Northfield School in Argentina on Monday 16th September. This is the 3rd time they have come to St Aidan’s and they spent the day giving presentations to GCSE and A level Spanish students. They enjoyed lunch in the main restaurant and a tour of the school led […]
Six St Aidan’s students have competed with Tewit Silver Band at the National Brass Band Finals. In order to attend, the Band had already won the Regional Championships in March 2019. The hard work, commitment and determination paid off this weekend when they became 4th Section National Champions. Congratulations to Alex Romanec, Sam Watts, Emilia […]
The St Aidan’s community, past and present, will be sad to hear the news that the legendary Edith Ellis has passed away this week, aged 91. Edith will be remembered by generations of St Aidan’s students as an essential accompaniment to Year 7 lunchtimes, organising the queue for lunches in her inimitable, smiling, caring fashion. […]
In the first week of the Summer holidays, 44 Year 12 students had the opportunity to visit CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. At CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, physicists and engineers are probing the fundamental structure of the universe. They use the world’s largest and most complex scientific instruments to study the basic constituents […]
A great start to the year with our Year 7 (who are now Year 8!) cricket team winning the North Yorkshire Cricket Cup. The boys played really well last week and thoroughly deserved the win against a strong Harrogate Grammar School team. Well done to all involved!
Open Day 2019 Information All prospective Year 6 students and parents are invited to attend our Open Day on Saturday 19 October from 1.30-4pm at St Aidan’s School. Students interested in joining the Associated Sixth Form in September 2020 are invited to attend between 10.30 am to 12.30 pm on Saturday 19 October. Prior to our Open Day, all prospective Year 6 parents are […]
Year 11 student, George Horbury, was selected to play at The English Schools’ Cricket Association Bunbury Cricket Day – at the prestigious Lord’s Cricket Ground. This one day match was for M.C.C. Schools versus England Schools. He was the youngest player in the team. This is an incredible achievement and huge congratulations to George on […]
Our Sports Hall and Outdoor Courts have been refurbished over the summer – looking fantastic!
A huge welcome to our new Year 12 cohort! We hope you have a fantastic time in the Associated Sixth Form.
Once again the students at St Aidan’s have produced a set of outstanding results in their GCSE examinations. All their efforts over the last two years have been rewarded as it was a delight to see such happy faces when they opened their results this morning. These results will open up opportunities for all pupils […]
Former students from the St Aidan’s and St John Fisher Associated Sixth Form are celebrating excellent results in their A Level and Applied Level 3 qualifications and looking ahead to new and exciting challenges. Paul Brockwell, Headteacher of St John Fisher, was delighted with the results and praised the commitment of students and staff alike: […]
Another set of fantastic A Level results and huge congratulations to all of our students. We wish them well in all their future endeavours.
Jess Thompson, Year 9 student, has won Gold at the National Schools’ Finals. She threw the Javelin 41.57 metres! Congratulations to Jess! Ella Colbourn, Year 9 student, qualified for the 800 metre Semi Final, where she came 6th – placing her in the Top 12 in the country! Well done to Ella.
The Maths department have done an amazing display at the end of the Maths Corridor. The display shows a cross with hundreds of origami birds (made by Mrs Payling!) in the school colours.