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Halton Combined School
Tring Road, Halton, HP22 5PN, UK Aylesbury
+44 (0)1296 622264


In the following pages we offer you a flavour of our school and it's community. We hope that you will wish to learn more about us and that we will be able to have the pleasure of welcoming you at Halton Community Combined school very soon.

The school is a co-educational day school catering for children from 4-11 years. It is situated in a most attractive setting on the edge of the Chiltern Hills with woodlands nearby. The school enjoys the use of local facilities such as sports fields, athletic tracks, the cricket square and the swimming pool where most of our Key Stage 2 children have the chance to swim.

The school benefits from a brand new IT facility and three interactive whiteboards with direct internet access.

Visitors to our school notice that pupils from all social and ethnic backgrounds talk positively about their school. They work hard and concentrate well. The youngest thoroughly enjoy their activities.

Pupils are polite and well mannered. At break and lunch, behaviour is also good; pupils enjoy the range of activities.

Pupils collaborate well in groups and show care for each other. Older pupils in particular show a readiness to accept responsibility and show initiative, in school council activities, for example.

Standards are very good, i.e. well above the national average.

Comments on this website would be very welcome.

Contact details can be found on our contacts page.


Our Vision Statement

In an atmosphere of mutual trust and respect, we:

• Value the individual
• Celebrate achievement
• Offer education for life
• Nurture Links between home, school and the wider community

"education must nourish the diverse talents of our children. It must widen their horizons; develop their appetite for learning; enable them to live life to the full. It must foster intellectual, physical, cultural, moral and spiritual development and help children develop the values that will guide them through the difficult decisions they will have, inevitably, to make in adult life."
[Dearing report 1993]

What Are The Aims Of The School?

We aim to provide:

• A stimulating learning environment within which children can reach their highest possible level of achievement.
• To develop a high standard in the skills of numeracy and literacy and the ability to use such skills to communicate with others.
• To encourage awareness of the scientific, social, historical and geographical aspects of the local environment and wider world.
• To share the experience of creative expression in the fine arts, the performing arts, literature and physical education.
• To learn sensitivity to each other’s needs, to be understanding, friendly, courteous and tolerant to others and the world outside of school.
• To encourage a working partnership between home and school for the greater benefit of the children’s education.
• To understand the needs and expectations of the community we serve and to meet those needs for the benefit of all.
• To work as partners in developing the above as equals, supportive of each member of our team, sympathetic to the needs and aspirations of every member.

We Need:

• We need positive thinking.
• We need to praise each other.
• We need a stimulating environment.
• We need work of the highest quality.
• We need to support each other

We need to remember:

There's no such thing as an 'average person'.

“they only come this way once so we should litter their pathways with quality experiences”

We ask children to remember the ABC:

Always do your best. If you try hard you will do well. Ask if you are unsure about anything. When work is hard ask and a teacher will help you.

Be friendly and behave well. Listen in class, walk around school, be courteous and polite at all times.

Care for others. Treating people the way you would like to be treated. People will only be your friend if you are friendly.


Bluebells Topic Letter - Autumn 2005

Sunflowers Topic Letter - Autumn 2005

Year 3-4 Infor sheet for parent - September 2005

Year 6 Autumn Term - Miss Shepard

Targets for Pupils - Year 1

Targets for Pupils - Year 2

Targets for Pupils - Year 3

Targets for Pupils - Year 4

Targets for Pupils - Year 5

Targets for Pupils - Year 6

Administrative Arrangements - A reminder

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At Halton we value the close relationships that have grown between the school, the local community and the RAF over the years.  The future of the school can only flourish if we build on this firm foundation of community spirit.  We do not exist in isolation.  It is our belief that a school maintains its good reputation with the willing help, support and co-operation of its parents.

Friends of Halton

We have an active Friends Association who organise functions around school to raise money for school and to help with the social and family atmosphere.

The Friends Association can be contacted via the school. All correspondence should be addressed to The Chair of Friends Assocation via the school.

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