Welcome to Aldbury C of E Primary School

 

 

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Welcome to the website of Aldbury Church of England Primary School – a small, friendly village school in the heart of the countryside and yet in convenient reach of Tring, Berkhamsted and surrounding villages.

Aldbury is a happy school with a strong, caring ethos. We encourage and expect children to work hard, behave well and try their best, so they can develop into independent, self-confident students with, above all, a love for learning.

We offer a wide curriculum where academic excellence and creativity are highly valued and participation in sporting and music activities is encouraged and nurtured. We encourage every child to succeed in a caring and supportive atmosphere, enabling them to grow and develop into well-rounded young people.

Aldbury is a Church of England school with close ties to the church and our community and a committed parent teacher association which provides welcome fundraising support for the school, as well as organising a variety of social activities to promote community links.

We very much value the positive contributions to the life of the school from pupils, staff, parents, governors, the local community and the church – because we are a whole school community working collaboratively with high expectations to support pupils’ intellectual, social, emotional, spiritual, moral and cultural development.

Families from outside the village are welcome. If you are interested in our school please contact us, we would be very happy to show you around.

‘The teaching, guidance and support given by staff are often outstanding and they keep a close check on children’s progress.  The results are recorded in very attractive and comprehensive Learning Journeys which clearly demonstrate good progress across all areas of learning.’  Ofsted Inspection report, March 2014

‘the introduction of our ‘Building Learning Power’ programme is having a significant impact on pupils developing their ability to stay focused on learning and improve their concentration which has supported their good progress’  Ofsted Inspection Report, March 2014

‘pupils’ spiritual, social, cultural and moral development is promoted outstandingly well’.  We have a ‘harmonious learning environment where pupils of all backgrounds and abilities are able to thrive and be successful’  Ofsted Inspection Report, March 2014

Our School Prayer

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Oh Lord, bless our school;
that working together and
playing together, we may
learn to serve you and to
serve one another.

Amen

 

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