During the extraordinary locked-down days of April 2020, 64 current and former members of the St Aidan’s Chamber Choir and 4 music staff have been working on a virtual performance of the hugely popular worship song “King of Kings” by Yorkshire songwriter Jarrod Cooper. This song features regularly in our collective worship at St Aidan’s […]
We are delighted to show you this project! This beautiful mural was created by students whose parents/carers were at work during the Easter break. The poem has been written by Year 7 student Ella Swift. It will be on its way to the NHS shortly. Well done to everyone involved.
Over the last few weeks the St Aidan’s community has been really busy assisting health care professionals who are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. We have been donating science masks, making visors, baking and making hearts for the hospital! Here are a few pictures of what we have been doing and will continue to do. Stay […]
In January 2020, Waitrose chose St Aidan’s Music Association (SAMA) as one of their chosen charities.
On Tuesday 3rd March, St Aidan’s hosted the North East Regional Finals of the ESU Mace. Six schools came from far and wide to take part: Dame Allen’s (Newcastle), De Aston (Market Rasen), Wensleydale School, Caistor Grammar (Market Rasen) and St Peter’s (York). The St Aidan’s team consisted of Alfred Tyrrell, Owen Spafford and Dan […]
The Art class of 8RP organised on a pop up art gallery this week, ‘Marks and Spacers Fruit from Out of Space Exhibition’.
Year 8 students have been creating some amazing art using simple paper designs and dramatic lighting!
Our 2020 school production will be Footloose! More information coming soon…
St Aidan’s Chamber Choir performed at St James’ Church in Birstwith last Friday. Thank you to the wonderful audience who enjoyed musical delights from the choir and soloists alike!
Our annual STEM Careers Evening will take place on Thursday 12th March, 6pm-8pm in Constance Green Hall. Please click here for more information or see the poster below:
This morning our Year 7 and Year 8 students had their Ash Wednesday Services in the Main Hall and Constance Green Hall, to celebrate the first day of Lent.
Congratulations to all those students who represented the school sports teams at National Final level and in the latter stages of the National Competitions last year.
Three of our St Aidan’s Alumni were present at St James’s Palace this Tuesday 11th February to receive their Gold Duke of Edinburgh Certificates.
Start the Music was set up in 2019 and is a project within St Aidan’s Music Association, open to Key Stage 3 students, Years 7 to 9.
This morning, students gathered in the Chapel to celebrate and remember the life of Frank Ashton.
Year 9 Textiles students have been doing some wonderful work on ‘Countries and Cultures’.
Our Key Stage 3 Girls Badminton team are the North Yorkshire Champions! They will now go onto the English Institute of Sport, Sheffield for the Yorkshire Finals! The girls beat Huntington 5-0, Malton 4-1 and Wensleydale 5-0. Congratulations to the team – Ailie Leishman, Eleanor Adrian-Horrocks, Emily Dennis and Alice Parker.
Yesterday was the Sixth Form Forum for all our Year 11 students. We had talks about our Sixth Form opportunities, alongside visitors from Harrogate College, York College and Askham Bryan.