In the last two weeks before half term we are going to have a school competition to see which year groups and students can walk/run/cycle the furthest! We would like to see how many times each year group can make it to Lindisfarne, the home of St. Aidan, and back. Lindisfarne is 150 miles away […]
On the 21st January we were delighted to welcome prospective students to our virtual information evening. All of our 40 plus subjects were covered with individual videos detailing what the courses entail and why they are great to study at the Associated Sixth Form. Please follow the welcome link below to the web pages where […]
Associated Sixth Form student Josh Taylor has been declared the winner of Wetherby Town Council’s Annual Jubilee Award which recognises the achievements of outstanding young people. Josh was nominated by Rev Brendan Giblin, of St James Church. To read the full article in the Wetherby News, click here: http://bit.ly/Wetherbyaward
We are delighted to announce that the Careers Department has once again been awarded the Quality in Careers Standard. This involved a rigorous evaluation of the careers information, advice and guidance programme delivered by our team of three fully qualified careers advisers together with our work experience coordinator. Our provision was assessed as fully meeting […]
Students from the Associated Sixth Form have emerged from a uniquely challenging year with an impressive set of results in A Level and Level 3 Applied General qualifications. Despite alterations to a significant number of the grades, conscientiously submitted by teachers in the Association – more than 500 results were adjusted, amounting to 38% of […]
The St Aidan’s community was really sorry not to be able to give our Year 13s this year the send off they deserved to recognise and celebrate their time in the Associated Sixth Form. Staff and the Senate have come together to produce this virtual Leavers’ assembly and we hope that all our students and […]
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 […]
Today we have Lancaster University visiting our Sixth Form students, to talk about life at the University, courses they offer and much more.
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!
Yesterday lunchtime, Durham University visited our Careers Department to present a talk about life at Durham to our Year 12 students.
Congratulations to Julia Sobierag on securing a place at Leeds Arts University to study Visual Communication!
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.
Congratulations to both Patrick Giblin and Josh Taylor who have secured a place in a National Semi Final for Student Investor Challenge.
It’s been a busy week in the Photography department! Year 12 Photographers have been discussing ‘What is a Portrait?’ and debate the Taylor Wessing Portraiture prize shortlist before selecting their winners.
Well done to the debating team of Dan Alcock, Owen Spafford, and Alfie Tyrrell, who were worthy winners in the second round of the ESU Mace competition at Easingwold School on Tuesday evening. All three speakers were commended by the judges for their assured performances. They now head to the NE Regional Finals in February.
Thank you so much to everyone who came to hear about our Associated Sixth Form last night! It was a very well attended event and we hope you managed to see all the staff you wanted to.