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Slough & Eton C E School
Ragstone Road, Chalvey, SL1 2PU, UK Slough
+44 (0)1753 520824


Slough and Eton Church of England School,
Ragstone Road,
SL1 2PU.

Phone: 01753 520824

Fax: 01753574914



About Slough and Eton School

Slough and Eton Church of England School provides a high quality of education. All students are encouraged to acquire values and knowledge and to develop pleasure in learning for a life time of fulfilment and success.

The school promotes an environment of mutual respect where all members of the community are equally valued and work together in an atmosphere of tolerance and courtesy.

 The School Aims

Slough and Eton Church of England School aims to

  • encourage in all students high expectations and high standards
  • to promote tolerance and respect for all cultures represented in the school
  • to provide a caring environment within which each student is valued and able to develop to his or her full potential. 
  • to promote within the local community a sense of commitment and pride in the school
  • to provide a curriculum and quality of teaching which fosters an enjoyment of learning and develops skills for life
  • to develop in students an understanding of themselves and to enable them to become responsible citizens with a social, cultural, economic and political awareness.

Term Dates September 2007 - July 2008

Autumn Term. 

3rd September Staff training day.
4th September Year 7 Only.
5th  September Whloe School returns normal start time.

Thursday 27th September. School closes at 12 Noon. for all Pupils. Teachers prepare for Open Evening

Half Term:  Monday 22nd October - Friday 26th October

Target Day: Thursday 8th November.

Term Ends: Thursday 20th December 2006.

Spring Term.

Term Starts: Thursday 3rd January 2008.

Half Term:  Monday 18th February - Friday 22nd February

School Closed Good Friday 21st March
School Closed Easter Monday 24th March

Term Ends: Friday 4th April.

Summer Term.

Term Starts: Monday 21st April.

Half Term:  Monday 26th May - Friday 30th May.

Term Ends: Friday 18th July 2007.

New Building Works

New Building Project Update 4th June 2007
We are still very close to schedule and have already started some preliminary work. Major works will commence at the start of the summer holidays and in no time at all the school will be unrecognisable. Much careful planning is taking place to ensure that the school will continue to operate as successfully as normal throughout the project. In September 2008 all the new buildings will be completed and we will finish moving into truly fantastic state of the art buildings.


The School has just entered a new phase in it’s history.  This phase consists of the redevelopment of a large part of the school and the addition of 24 new classrooms, faculty offices, administrative areas and a much improved 6th form area. 

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 The school will also further develop it’s adult and community links and Physical Education capability with the addition of a Dance Studio and Multipurpose Gym extended onto the existing sports hall.

Plans were submitted to the local authority on January 22nd and work is expected to start on site with the construction of the 2 story classroom block beginning as early as May 2007.    The main entrance to the school will feature as a focal point as visitors approach the school up the new pedestrian frontage to the Adult & Community Learning building.  This first sketch drawing provided by the architect and approved by the school governors shows how the new reception and corner of the building will look.

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The existing school hall will be made bigger and fit behind the reception building.  The ceiling of the hall will be opened up and the dinning area in the cafeteria will be extended to about three times it’s size with a spacious and light seating arrangement.   This will lead also to an open courtyard which could be used for outdoor dining in warm weather. school 5.bmp

Two additional Science labs will be built in the area of the existing staff room which will be relocated nearby.

Other refurbishment works will take place over other parts of the school to raise the overall standard of accommodation in line with a forward thinking Specialist College that Slough & Eton has become.

As the work develops this site will display photographic images of key stages of the development and include student and staff comments on the progress between Feb 2007 and September 2008 when the new school will open for business.

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Introduction to the Departments at Slough and Eton

Slough and Eton Church of England School provides a high quality of education. All students are encouraged to acquire values and knowledge and to develop pleasure in learning for a life time of fulfilment and success.

To find out more about the Departments, click on their name.

Art,  Business Studies,  Drama,  EnglishGeography,
Information TechnologyMaths
Modern Foreign Languages
Physical Education, Religious Education,

Adult Learning Centre


The adult and community learning centre on the school site has been open since January 2004 and more than 200 adults join one or more of our courses each term.  Most of our courses are free and we try to provide free crèche places so that your children (aged 1-4 years) are well looked after by professional staff while you are learning.

Parents and relatives of Slough and Eton students are particularly welcome!

If you have not been along to one of our courses yet, have a look at our programme and see if we can tempt you!  If you don’t see what you want come and talk to us.

We offer a wide variety of daytime and evening courses in for example Hair and Beauty, Clothes Making, ICT, English, Indian Head Massage, Yoga, Flower Arranging and Art and Design and Business courses.


Enrolment for our 5-10 week courses is usually early in September, early in January and end of April / beginning of May.  Crèche places need to be booked in advance.

For a course brochure or details on how to join our courses please ring Heather Hyams or Razeena Siddique on 01753 486 047. 


If you need advice and guidance to help you choose the right course for you ring Sadhna Chaman 01753 577 901 for an appointment or pop into Chalvey Opportunities Centre on Monday mornings 11:00am-12:00pm and Thursdays 11:30am - 1:30pm.

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