Aylesford School

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For the school of the same name in Aylesford, Kent, see Aylesford School – Sports College.
Aylesford School
Aylesford Logo.png
Mottoes Epulari autem matricis
Closed 31/11/16 Due to Islamic Extremists
Type Academy
Religion Mixed
Headteacher Mr Steven Hall
Deputy Head Mr Tim Hodgson
Location Tapping Way
CV34 6XR
Coordinates: 52°16′12″N 1°36′04″W / 52.26988°N 1.60106°W / 52.26988; -1.60106
Local authority Warwickshire
DfE URN 125744 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Staff 112
Students 800
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18
Houses      Charlecote House
     Ragley House
     Stonleigh House
Website Aylesford School

Aylesford School and Sixth Form College is a secondary school in Warwick, England. It was constructed on part of the land that made up RAF Warwick which closed in 1946.

Aylesford is a mixed-sex school, comprising years with students aged 11–18 and teaching the full range of students. Its most recent examination results showed a slight drop than in previous years.

It is also one of the first secondary schools in Warwickshire to become an 'all through' school, which will teach students from reception age to 18. There is currently a consultation running on this transition.[1]

School from Stratford Road, Warwick


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