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The Grange School
Wendover Way, HP21 7NH, UK Aylesbury
+44 (0)1296 390900

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The Grange School is a mixed upper school for pupils aged 11 -19 years. Within our caring environment we help individuals develop social awareness and encourage them to gain respect for themselves and each other.

Visitors are always welcome to look around our school and meet the staff and pupils. Please contact the school to make an appointment.


Latest News

Open Evenings - 2007
Open evenings for those seeking a place for entrance in September 2008.

Letter to Parents - September 2007
Letter from the headteacher to all parents & carers of students at The Grange School.

Examinations - New!
Exam information and resources for students, parents and staff now available in this new section.

Extra Curricular Activities
Extra curricular activities for students.

DfES congratulate The Grange School - January 2007
The Department for Education and Skills have written to congratulate The Grange School on its sustained improvement in GCSE grades.

Education News
View all the latest education news stories published via RSS by the BBC.

ThinkuKnow - Important!
Think U Know?Think you know how to stay safe online? This new website for students, parents and teachers has been launched by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre.


Pupils are expected to wear the school uniform as listed below. Sixth Form students are expected to be dressed suitably for school in smart clothes to create a positive image of the school. No jeans or trainers to be worn at any time. Full details of the dress code for Sixth Form are available on enrolment.


  • Plain navy skirt - knee length.
  • Plain black ankle length trousers.
  • Navy School shalwar kameez.
  • Light blue polo shirt with school logo.
  • Plain navy blue round necked sweatshirt with school logo.
  • Plain black socks OR plain black or natural coloured tights.
  • Black shoes - heels no higher than two inches - no trainers or stilettos
  • Black top coat - no hooded sweat tops.
  • Black or blue bag suitable for carrying equipment/books - no small handbags.


  • Plain black trousers - no black jeans.
  • Light blue polo shirt with school logo.
  • Plain navy blue round necked sweatshirt with school logo.
  • Plain black socks
  • Black shoes - no trainers
  • Black top coat - no hooded sweat tops.
  • Black or blue bag suitable for carrying equipment/books.

Uniform can be purchased from the following appointed stockist:

Stevensons 131-135 Victoria Street, St Albans, AL1 3XS - Telephone 01727 853262.

Due to Health and Safety issues jewellery is not allowed, except sensible sleepers/studs (one pair only). No caps to be worn in any part of the school at any time.


Education News
View all the latest education news stories published via RSS by the BBC.

School Council
Find out about your school council and how you can positively contribute to student life at The Grange School.

Extra Curricular Activities
Extra curricular activities for students.

Homework Timetables
Downloadable homework timetables for year groups 7 to 11.

School Uniform
Official school uniform policy for all students.


We believe in working closely with parents in order that pupils can develop their abilities, aptitudes and personalities to the full. This individual approach adopted by the school ensures that we are fully aware of current strengths and areas needed for improvement for our pupils.

Our partnership with parents ensures high standards of quality and attainment, in both an academic and a social context.

At The Grange, we are very much concerned with the welfare of all our pupils. Form tutors are the people with whom the pupils are in contact each day and to whom they relate in the first instance. Pupils have some time set aside each day in which they can develop relationships within the form groups - this is part of school life which we regard as being very important. Each year group has its own Year Council which helps to make decisions about school life. Representatives from each Year Council also meet to form a whole School Council.

School Policies

Anti-Bullying Policy
Everybody has a right to come to school and be safe from unkindness, threats and violence.

Attendance Policy
To raise levels of achievement by ensuring the highest possible levels of attendance, punctuality and involvement in the school.

Behaviour Policy
The school values good behaviour and seeks to create systems which will minimise and appropriately address all forms of unacceptable behaviour.

Sex & Relationship Education & Confidentiality Policy
Sex and Relationship Education (SRE) is part of lifelong learning about physical, moral and emotional development.

Special Educational Needs Policy
The Grange School believes that every pupil has an entitlement to develop their full potential.


The curriculum is planned as a whole, with the aim of providing a broad, balanced and relevant programme of study for all. This is set within the framework of the National Curriculum.

We strive to foster an enthusiasm for learning which encourages every pupil to reach the highest possible academic standards.

A wide range of teaching and learning strategies are used. Information technology is integrated into the curriculum and is used to support and extend learning.

The National Curriculum for secondary and sixth form pupils at The Grange School is divided into the following key stages areas:


Learning is the process of acquiring knowledge or skill through study, experience or teaching.

Although much of a student’s formal education takes place in a classroom environment the introduction of new technologies has opened up the possibility of anytime anywhere learning.

To support students with their learning outside of school, The Grange School provides several tools...

Remote Access (Easylink)

Easylink gives all students remote access to their school computer files from any internet enabled browser. Easylink also enables students to access learning resources for many subject areas.

SAM Learning

SAM Learning is an online revision tool designed to support students across a wide range of subjects and all key stages from year 7 to year 13. Students are able to engage in interactive revision tasks and their progress is automatically monitored and can be easily analysed allowing teachers to provide appropriate intervention and support.

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