Further to the AHS letter to parents on Tuesday 17 January, the School is open to Years 7, 11,12 and 13. It is also open to any vulnerable students or daughters of critical workers. This strike is happening because of a national dispute between the unions and the government over teachers' pay and school funding, and not because of any issues at our School, but we are sorry that parents of students in some Year Groups have had to make alternative arrangements for their daughters, and that most students will experience some disruption to their education. We understand that this situation may be frustrating, and ask that all members of our school community continue to treat each other with respect. Aylesbury High School remains committed to providing a safe and secure environment for our pupils and delivering high-quality teaching.
The values of Confidence, Respect, Engagement, Aspiration, Teamwork and Enjoyment are embodied in ‘CREATE’ and we want all our community to experience, develop and demonstrate these both within the curriculum and through our extensive co-curricular offering.
'I'm so happy to be part of Aylesbury High School.' Student
We aim to INSPIRE every student to seek CHALLENGE, realise their potential and PREPARE for the world of today and tomorrow.
Dance is a popular subject and extra-curricular activity
'It's a joy to teach such engaged students.' Teacher
School Sports Magazine rates us as the most successful girls' state school for sport
'Students are particularly successful in going on to study medicine and the sciences at university.' Ofsted
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Bucks Recruitment Fair on Saturday 4 February at Bucks New University – High Wycombe Campus17 January 2023-Interested in teaching in Buckinghamshire? Whether you’re currently studying for a teaching related course, considering a career change, or interested in finding out more about working in teaching – attend the Teach in Bucks Recruitment Fair! Saturday 4 February, 11am – 3pm Bucks New University, High Wycombe Register for a FREE ticket: https://crowd.in/g97LPp
Press Release: AHS GCSE Results ‘buck the national trend’25 August 2022-Aylesbury High School’s (AHS) Year 11 students have excelled in their GCSE results released today, Thursday 25 August. This year’s results are even more remarkable as these were achieved following a significantly disrupted two year period of study. They have also ‘bucked’ the national trend of results going down on last year’s teacher awarded scores, […]