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St aidans harrogate

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  • 1. the history of st. Aidan's school • The foundation stone for the new St. Aidan's Church of England High School was laid on a green field site in Oatlands Drive by the Right Reverend John Moorman, Lord Bishop of Ripon in June 1966. • Until 1967 church school education in Harrogate was in the hands of Christ Church Secondary School for boys and St. Peter's Secondary School for girls. Both were secondary modern schools. As the population of Harrogate increased during the early '60s and the demand for better facilities gathered pace it was clear that the provision for Church of England education in Harrogate was becoming inadequate. The vision of a new Church of England school came into being largely through the vision of the late Canon Roger Baines, a long serving Vicar of St. Peter's.
  • 2. THIS PHOTO IS FROM 1937
  • 3. • Wheatlands Secondary School stood adjacent to the new green field site on Oatlands Drive. This beautiful Grade 2 listed building is now known as Bede House with its distinctive Clock Tower. Originally built in 1800 as a private home, Bede House has served several purposes in its long history, a Prep School and also as an emergency Teacher Training College immediately after the Second World War. The war time heroism of RAF personnel from Christ Church Secondary School is marked on a plaque in the Clock Tower.
  • 4. SUME FACTS ABOUT THE SCHOOL • first Headteacher was Miss Hindmarsh, followed by her erstwhile Deputy Head Ken Stott. In 1973 St. Aidan's became a full 11 - 18 mixed comprehensive school and in the same year began its wonderful nationally renowned Sixth Form association with St John Fisher Catholic High School. The school rapidly expanded and took over the building of Wheatlands School in the mid '70s; the then pupils of Wheatlands Secondary School moved to a new site, which is today known as Harrogate Rossett High School. On the last day of Wheatlands' existence a part of the school was destroyed by fire, leaving the Clock Tower for many years in isolated splendour. The space was gloriously filled in 1997 by the award winning Constance Green Hall, named in memory of a generous Harrogate philanthropist.
  • 5. ALL STAFF ART • Mrs V Smith - Head of Department Mr T Smith Ms M Maughan Mrs E Searby Mrs J Smithson - Head of Photography Mr T Rigg Mr N Bromhead Mr C Ives Mrs T Mallender Mrs F Kenyon - Art Technician Miss H Kirman - Art Technician (PT) ASDAN Courses Mr T A Davis Centre Co-ordinator The Business Education department Mrs R McQuire Head of Department Mr C Burt Deputy Headteacher Mr R Illingworth Mr P Devall Mrs S Stephenson Mrs S Capell Mrs M Farrar Business Liaison Officer
  • 6. the careers department Rehearsals for the clubs are as follows: Dance Head of Dance Miss S Miller Monday lunchtime Year 8 Dance Club Monday after school AIDANCE Tuesday lunchtime Year 7 Dance Club Wednesday lunchtime Year 9 Dance Club Wednesday after school Show rehearsals Thursday after school A Level and GCSE rehearsals Friday lunchtime Glee
  • 7. Design & Technology The English Department Ms S Fairburn Head of Department Mrs R Lewis Second in English Mr D Bean Teacher of English, Head of Year 9 Mr N Botterill Head of Engineering Dr S Pickford Teacher of English, responsibility Mrs J Betteridge Head of Food Technology for Media Studies, ET Status & Creative Mrs L Callan-Travis Head of Textiles Writing Technology Mr N Bromhead Technology Teacher (i/c KS4 Mr T Pocock Teacher of English & Media Studies, Charities Coordinator & 5 Product Design) Mrs C Rosser Teacher of English (maternity Mrs J Campbell Food & Textiles Teacher leave) Mrs S Herman Food & Textiles Teacher Mr C Kilby Teacher of English Mrs T Mallander Technology Teacher Mr C Kidman Teacher of English, Head of Mr C Inglis Technology Teacher Sixth Form Mr J Turner Technician Mrs C King Teacher of English Mrs R Black Technician Mrs J Rowland Head of Learning Support Miss H Saunders Teacher of The Drama & Theatre Studies Department English, responsibility for A Level English Mrs F Bray Head of Drama & Theatre Studies Mrs E Shores Teacher of English & Worship Mr D Bean Head of Year 9/Teacher of English Co-ordinator Miss D Davis Teacher of English Miss A Hull Teacher of English Mr R Tillyard Teacher of English
  • 8. The Geography Department • • • • • • • • • • Miss S Blanchard Head of Geography Miss M Chanter Second in Learning Support/KS3 Geography Miss R Collins Mr C Dodd Mr P Edwards Geology and Physics Mrs H Fenton Geography/PE Mrs J Hooper Miss R Kirkman Mrs J Rowland Head of Learning Support/KS3 Geography Mrs P Shanks KS3 Geography The History Department Dr J Nicholas Head of Department Mrs B Arblaster Mr M Beer Assistant Head Miss N Calvert History & English Mr T Davis KS4 Inclusion Manager Miss L Francis Dr F Murray i/c Politics & Oxbridge Applications Mrs J Rowland Head of Learning Support Miss H Strickland Mr P Taylor i/c Law Mr C Walton The ICT Department Mr S Watson Mr C J Ives Ms H Rhodes Mr C Walton Mr J Maullin Mr R Illingworth Miss S Miller Mrs Stephenson Head of Department Assistant Head
  • 9. SOME OF THESE TA’S HAVE NOW LEFT AS OF JANUARY AND HAVE NOW BEEN REPLACED AND WILL BE UPDATED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
  • 10. The School Day for year 7-11 Arrive by 8.40 8.45 - 9.10 Registration 9.10 – 10.10 Perod 1 10.10- 11.10 Perod 2 11.10 – 11.30 Break 11.30 – 12.30 Perod 3 12.30 – 1.25 Lunch 1.302.30 Perod 4 2.35 – 3.35 Perod 5 End of school day 3.35 School buses can leve at 3.47
  • 11. SCHOOL UNEFORM YEAR 7-11 YEAR 7-10 YEAR 11

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