Primary Schools in Stone
Stone Church of England Combined School is a small, Church of England mixed primary school. The school is rooted in Christian values and ensures it nurtures responsible and active citizens who make positive contributions to their communities.
Cuddington and Dinton CofE School is in the nearby villages of Cuddington and Dinton. It’s a primary school spread across two village sites: the Infant site based in Cuddington and the Junior site based in Dinton with 180 pupils ranging between the ages of 4 and 11. The school is privileged to enjoy strong links with supportive local communities and the church, relishing the history and traditions of the villages. The school runs a breakfast and after school club for both sites.
St Mary’s Church of England School is a five-minute drive from Stone. They are a Voluntary Controlled School and Nursery teaching children between the ages of 3 and 11 years. They have been on the present site in Fairford Leys since 2000, and before that, the school occupied the old site in the town centre for over 150 years. In September 2016, they opened their Nursery class and can now take children from the term after they turn three.
Bearbrook Combined School is also based in Fairford Leys and takes around a five-minute drive from Stone. The school is a vibrant, exciting learning community where children enjoy their education and accelerate their progress in a stimulating environment. A breakfast and after school club are provided by Busy Living.
Oak Green School is a three-form entry, nursery and primary community school. It is situated in the middle of a large housing estate on the western side of the shire town of Aylesbury. There are presently over 600 plus pupils ranging from two to 11 in mixed-gender and ability. A breakfast club runs from 7:45 am to 8:45 am term time only. An after school club runs from 3:15 pm to 5 pm term time only.
Secondary schools in Stone
Aylesbury High School is an all-girls school with an Outstanding rating from Ofsted. The school aims to provide opportunities for girls to develop their skills and ideas through the arts, sport and recreation, house activities and community involvement, and the formal curriculum.
Aylesbury Grammar School is an all-boys school with an outstanding reputation for achievement and learning. Their vision is to provide the finest education for all their students, rich in opportunities within an inspirational and genuinely caring environment.
Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School is Aylesbury’s only mixed-gender grammar school and they believe this benefits their students. They have an outstanding rating from Ofsted and have recently expanded the school.
The Mandeville School is based just outside of Aylesbury. The school continues to make rapid improvements with growing numbers of students wishing to join their learning community.
The Aylesbury Vale Academy is situated by the Aylesbury Vale train station. It is a Church of England secondary school that believes everyone is a lifelong learner. They aim to create an achievement climate where each individual can be an active participant in their learning and have opportunities to flourish. They believe this is as true for staff as it is for children and young people.
The Grange School is an established school with original buildings from 1954 on its present site and additions since then. The school roll is approximately 1,400 pupils.