Aston Clinton benefits from access to a number of reputable primary schools and secondary schools. Its proximity to Aylesbury means you have both local schools on the doorstep and more excellent education institutions just a few miles away by car or bus.
Primary Schools in Aston Clinton
Aston Clinton School is the catchment school for the local area. It is a large primary school of mixed gender which currently caters for 400 children and continues to grow. It has an Additionally Resourced Provision for children with severe speech and language communication difficulties fully integrated into the school, as well as providing both breakfast and after school clubs.
Other schools within easy reach of Aston Clinton include:
- Weston Turville Church of England School is a small church school catering for children aged 4 to 11 years from the village of Weston Turville and surrounding areas. There are seven classes of up to 30 pupils with one class in each year group. Following the school’s ‘requires improvement’ Ofsted inspection in 2013 it is a rapidly improving school and has now managed to achieve ‘good’ when re-inspected more recently.
- Stoke Mandeville Combined School is a well-established one form entry village school in the centre of Stoke Mandeville. Stoke Mandeville Combined School has developed the use of the 5Rs as its values system. These are Responsibility, Resilience, Respect, Reflection and Resourcefulness. They encourage children to understand the meaning of these values and apply them to their everyday lives. The school was rated as good at its most recent Ofsted inspection.
- Bedgrove Junior School is a school that is committed to ensuring that every child learns in a challenging, stimulating and supportive environment where children are encouraged to achieve their best both in and out of the classroom. It is continually driving forward to achieve the very best outcomes for all pupils. The school was rated good at its most recent Ofsted inspection.
- William Harding School is a large mainstream school with two Additionally Resourced Provisions (ARPs) and a pre-school, and it is situated in Aylesbury. It currently has over 700 pupils on roll and are a four-form entry school. The school was rated as good at its most recent Ofsted inspection.
- Wendover Church of England Junior School is a large junior school set in delightful surroundings. It shares a campus with John Hampden Infant School and John Colet School and works closely with both organisations. The school was rated as good at its most recent Ofsted inspection.
- Turnfurlong Junior School is a large junior school in Aylesbury for both boys and girls. It has 3 classes in each year group for children aged between 7 and 11 years old. The school was rated as good at its most recent Ofsted inspection.
- Halton Community Combined School is a small, friendly school which sits at the foot of the Chiltern Hills. Parents and visitors comment on the warm and welcoming atmosphere in the school and children flourish in an environment of mutual respect where all staff and pupils know each other well. The school was rated as outstanding at its most recent Ofsted inspection.
- Aston Clinton School is a large primary school, situated 4 miles outside of Aylesbury. The school currently caters for 400 children and continues to grow. It has an Additionally Resourced Provision for children with severe speech and language communication difficulties fully integrated into the school. The school was rated as requiring improvement at its most recent Ofsted inspection.
Aston Clinton Secondary Schools
John Colet School is the closest catchment secondary school for Aston Clinton. The school opened in the 1950s, catering for children between the ages of 11 and 15. At this time the school had around 400 students. It now has over 1000 pupils aged 11 to 18 and was rated as good at its last Ofsted inspection.
Other secondary schools within the catchment area for Aston Clinton include:
- Aylesbury High School provides opportunities for girls to develop their skills and ideas through the arts, sport and recreation, house activities and community involvement as well as the formal curriculum. It aims to prepare girls for life in the fast-changing world of adulthood, ready to play an active and positive part in the local, national and international community. It was rated as outstanding at its most recent Ofsted inspection.
- Aylesbury Grammar School is an outstanding school for boys with a reputation for achievement and learning. Its vision is to provide the finest education for all students, rich in opportunities within an inspirational and genuinely caring environment. The school was rated as outstanding at its most recent Ofsted inspection.
- Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School is a co-educational selective school in Aylesbury. Students benefit academically, culturally, socially and emotionally from studying in Aylesbury’s only co-educational grammar school: a diverse and colourful environment. In recent years the school has expanded. The school was rated as outstanding at its most recent Ofsted inspection.