URGENT NEWS : During the UCI Cycling Event St Aidan's will close at 12.30 on Friday 27th September. Please see below for further information.

Useful 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 invited to attend our New Intake Information Evenings. These evenings will take place Tuesday 8 October and Thursday 10 October, beginning at 7.30pm in Constance Green Hall.

We look forward to welcoming you to St Aidan’s.

School times

The School Day is as follows: 

Registration – 8.45am 

Period 1 – 9.10am

Period 2 – 10.10am

Break – 11.10am

Period 3 – 11.30am

Lunch – 12.30pm

Period 4 – 1.30pm

Period 5 – 2.35pm

End of School Day – 3.35pm

Adverse Weather

Click here for information on our adverse weather policy.

Where we are

If you are coming to the school or need to contact us, click here for assistance.

School transport

For information on all aspects of travelling to and from school click here.

School uniform

Our school uniform ensures that you are smartly dressed while at school and identified as a member of St. Aidan’s. Please keep your uniform neat at all times. This means your top button fastened and shirt tucked in. Your hair too should be kept tidy and smart and no extreme styles are allowed. All items of uniform and kit should be clearly marked with your name. You must wear full, correct school uniform each day. The school governors and staff insist on this and when your parents accept a place for you at St. Aidan’s they agree that you will abide by the uniform regulations. There are occasional ‘non-uniform’ days when you can wear sensible non-uniform clothes if you make a donation to charity.

To view the uniform policy please click here

Pupil absence

In the interest of our pupils’ safety it is important that we know which pupils are in school and which pupils are absent. We cannot monitor pupils’ attendance accurately without parents’ help. If your child is absent from school for any reason, it is important that you contact us as early as possible on the first day of absence. You can e-mail the Attendance Officer direct and on your child’s return to school we do require a note from you to confirm the reason for your child’s absence. Please mark the envelope FAO: THE ATTENDANCE OFFICER and ask your child to hand it in at Reception. If your child is absent for more than one day you need not contact us every day. If you know in advance that your child will be absent, ie. for an appointment, please notify your child’s form teacher in writing or e-mail the Attendance Officer. For Sixth Form absences contact the Sixth Form Attendance Officer via email.


If you have any queries regarding your child’s education or welfare, in the first instance please contact their Head of Year via the main school office. If you are unsure who this may be, please click here to take you to a list of staff. If you would like to contact the Governors, this can be done via the school.

The Finance Department

For information relating to all financial issues click here.

Lost a letter?

If you have misplaced, or have not received a letter please click here to take you to copies of correspondence sent via the main school office this term

What’s on?

Click here to access the current school calendar or click here to see the wide range of clubs and activities that take place at lunchtime and after school, and here for up to date information on sporting activities.


Click here to find the latest news and information.

Policy Documents

For a full list of our policies and useful documents, click here.

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