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Secondary Schools in Aylesbury: A Complete Guide

Secondary Schools in Aylesbury: A Complete Guide

Aylesbury is a bustling and historic market town set in the heart of Buckinghamshire. It’s the choice for many young families and professionals looking to get out of the hustle and bustle of London. With the capital only just over an hour away by train, the town is commuter friendly with the added benefit of the Chiltern Hills on its doorstep, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 

 

Why is Aylesbury a popular place to live?

The town is filled with history and was an important market town during the Anglo-Saxon times. As you walk around the town centre, you can see architecture from Georgian, Jacobean and Tudor times – especially around the 13th century St. Mary’s Church.

Aylesbury offers many days out for families including The Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery, The Waterside Theatre and Aqua Vale Swimming and Fitness Centre. For teenagers, there’s plenty of great shopping, restaurants and places to meet friends. 

 

What is the cost of living in Aylesbury?

The average one-bed flat in Aylesbury costs £185,000, terraced properties cost £260,000 and semi-detached properties cost £310,000. The crime rate is below average. 

 

What secondary schools are there in Aylesbury?

Buckinghamshire as a county has plenty of reputable schools and many of them are in the Aylesbury area. Below you will find all the information you need in order to make an informed decision about primary schools in Aylesbury. There is also a wide range of primary schools in Aylesbury which you can read about here.

 

Aylesbury Grammar School

Aylesbury Grammar School was founded in 1598 and has a rich history. The school educates around 1,250 boys and received an Outstanding rating from Ofsted, which means that it provides exceptionally well for the needs of its students and prepares them for the next step in their education to the highest possible level. The school also has a sixth form for 16 to 18 year olds. 


Aylesbury High School

Aylesbury High School is the girls’ secondary school located across the road from Aylesbury Grammar School for boys. The school also has an Outstanding grade from Ofsted. The two schools often combine for performances, dances, theatre visits and other joint activities. 

 

Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School

Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School is a mixed secondary school and sixth form for both boys and girls aged 11-18. The school received an Outstanding grade from Ofsted. It also achieves above average exam results in maths and English. 

 

The Aylesbury Vale Academy

The Aylesbury Vale Academy is both a primary and secondary school so caters to children aged 4-11. The school received an Outstanding rating from Ofsted. The school has a catchment area of North Aylesbury, including Quarrendon, Elmhurst and Watermead, as well as the villages of Hardwick, Weedon, Whitchurch, Oving and Pitchcott.

 

Chiltern Way Academy

Chiltern Way is an award-winning trust for children aged 4 to 19 with special education needs (SEN). It comprises both a primary and secondary school and was given a Good rating by Ofsted. A Good rating means the school provides well for the needs of its students.

 

John Colet School

John Colet School is a mixed-gender school and sixth form located in Wendover, for ages 11-18 and has over 1000 students. It received a Good rating from Ofsted.

 

Pebble Brook School

Pebble Brook School is a SEN secondary school for ages 11-16. The school has around 100 students and received a Good rating from Ofsted. The school also has a sixth form for students aged 16 to 19.

 

Stocklake Park Community School

Stocklake Park Community School is part of the Vale Federation of Special Schools and is based on two sites, Stocklake Park main site and Harding House. The school offers educational provision for students with complex learning difficulties, from 11 to 19 years of age. Stocklake Park received an Ofsted rating of Good. 

 

The Grange School

The Grange School is a secondary school and sixth form for ages 11 to 19. The Grange School was rated Requires Improvement in 2018 by Ofsted, which means they will do semi-regular visits to work with the school to improve certain areas. 

 

The Mandeville School

The Mandeville School has around 1000 students between the ages of 11 and 18. The school was also rated Requires Improvement by Ofsted in 2018. 

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27.10.20

By Michael


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