Welcome to Aldersley High School

Welcome to our website.

I very much hope that you find it both interesting and informative. This site has been designed to give a wide range of information about the activities and work of the Academy.  Rated good by Ofsted in 2014, Aldersley High School is a vibrant and innovative school where we promote inspiring all our students to achieve excellence. We are an 11-18 Academy housed in newly refurbished modern accommodation; a bright and stimulating place for students to learn and for staff to work.

We aim to provide a learning environment in which all students feel safe, valued and known, where they can develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes to become successful learners, confident young people and responsible global citizens. We are proud of both the academic success and personal development of our students.

Creative, active lessons and consistently high expectations ensure that students grow in confidence and make very good progress. This enables them to move onto Sixth Form College, apprenticeships, university or work as well-rounded, aspirational young people.

Mrs N. Davis
Executive Headteacher


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Upcoming Events

Mon 30
Apr 03


April 3
Apr 03

Year 11 Basics Revision Residential

April 3 @ 8:45 am - April 5 @ 3:30 pm
Apr 10

Good Friday

April 10

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Easter Break

Dear Parents/Carers, Thank you for your support in our transition to our Virtual School over the last week: students have been absolutely fantastic, and it has been great to see them adapting so well to a different method of learning. Please be advised that the Easter...

Student Laptop Loans

Thank you for your co-operation regarding the use of Microsoft Teams and borrowing a laptop from the school to continue your child’s education.

School Closure Update – March 20th

The Government is reacting to a crisis and is acting to keep people safe. In that context, the need of schools comes a little way down their list of priorities, and it is our job as adults and educators to lift the students and offer hope and support.

Schools, Colleges and Early Years to Close

Yesterday Gavin Williamson, the Secretary of State for Education, announced that as part of the country’s ongoing response to COVID-19, schools, colleges and early years settings have been asked to close to everyone except children of key workers and vulnerable children from Monday 23 March.

School Closure Update

Dear Parent/Carer,   Last night, the Secretary of State for Education gave a public statement that all state-funded schools in England would be closed from the end of the school day on Friday. Having indicated that all schools would be closed, he then indicated...

Notice for Children entitled to Free School Meals

We are awaiting further information about arrangements for children entitled to Free School Meals during the forthcoming school closures