Aylesbury High School (Girls)
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. We aim to prepare girls for life in the fast-changing world of their adulthood, ready to play an active and positive part in the local, national and international community.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Aylesbury High School
- HP21 7SX
- Venue Notes
Visitors parking spaces are available adjacent to Reception. Disabled spaces are available in our Walton Grange car park behind the Sports Hall.
- Geographic Area Covered
- Aylesbury and surrounding area. Some pupils travel from further afield: Milton Keynes, parts of Hertfordshire and Oxon.
- Age Ranges
- From 11 years to 19 years
Partial Wheelchair Access
Accessible Toilet Facilities
Disabled Car Parking Space
The school works to recognise and realise the potential of every student in our community.
Provision for students with Additional Needs includes both ‘Gifted and Talented’ students and those with Special Educational Needs and fits squarely within this mission. Meeting the needs of students with Additional Needs (AN) is a part of ensuring the entitlement of all students to an appropriate education.
- Contact Name
- Mrs Miranda Crafts
- Contact Telephone
- 01296 388222
- Contact Email
- Local Offer Links
Aylesbury High School - Annual SEN Information Report 2019 (PDF/A 125KB)
- Local Offer Age Bands
16 to 18
12 to 15
19 to 25
8 to 11
- Needs Level
- Communication and Interaction
- Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties
- SEN Provision Type
- Universal service (No referral required)
Schools Extended Local Offer Response
- Current Ofsted Rating
- Date: 22/06/2012 Rating: Outstanding URN: 136846
- What type of provisions you offer
- Mainstream Provision
- Mainstream Provision Numbers:
- Approximately how many children do you have on roll?
- Approximately how many children/young people have a Statement/EHC plan in your provision?
- Approximately how many children/young people are accessing specialist provision without a Statement/EHC plan?
- Admission criteria and how pupils access specialist provision (start of school year or mid-year)
Students who enter the school with a previously identified SEN are added to the SEN register on entry to the school. They will have an initial meeting with the SENCo within their first term at AHS to determine any ongoing needs for provision. Teachers refer students to the AN coordinator for SEN assessment if they feel they are displaying characteristics of a particular SEN or if they are concerned about their progress in a specific area. All of the teachers involved with that student are then consulted. If there is considerable and significant evidence from more than one teacher of concern the ANCo contacts the pupil’s parents to gain permission to offer support to the student. This might subsequently be followed by an assessment. Assessments may be carried out by the ANCo or another qualified professional. It is important to be mindful, when deciding whether or not to assess a student, of the JCQ requirements with regard to Access Arrangements in exams as discussed below. In some cases this might necessitate a delay in the assessment process. A published process for determining a student’s individual needs is available to staff and parents.
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