A Buckinghamshire Village School

A Buckinghamshire Village School

Our school is situated 4 miles outside of Aylesbury, in Buckinghamshire and has a 150 year...

School History

School History

Our current school buildings were opened in 1973, but education has played an important part in...

School Vision

School Vision

 Our aim is to provide a rich curriculum, a mixture of academic, sporting, creative and...

School Values

School Values

At Aston Clinton School we believe that children learn best in a happy, supportive and caring...

School Meals

School Meals

At Aston Clinton School, we are delighted to be able to offer the children a choice over their...

Residential Trips

Residential Trips

We believe that children benefit considerably from residential trips. They learn as much about...

  • A Buckinghamshire Village School

    A Buckinghamshire Village School

  • School History

    School History

  • School Vision

    School Vision

  • School Values

    School Values

  • School Meals

    School Meals

  • Residential Trips

    Residential Trips

School closure

School Closure 

 Severe weather – A system for arranging a broadcast of emergency school closure announcements in bad weather has been arranged. Broadcasts would begin as early as possible and continue until 9.00am. Code words and telephone numbers are confidential and therefore any severe weather warnings would be real. The announcements are made on the following radio stations:

RADIO MIX96                                    96.2FM                  CHILTERN RADIO               97.6FM

 We post information on our school website. We also have a link to the Buckinghamshire County Council website, where the school closure information will also be posted. This can also be reached directly by going to www.buckscc.gov.uk . If parents click on the schools link and then the closures link it lists all schools closed that day.

 Closure during a school session – In some exceptional circumstances it may be necessary to close the school during the school day. Under these circumstances the school would ring parents on their contact telephone number to arrange for their children to be collected. In a situation where parents could not be contacted, members of staff would supervise the children until arrangements could be made to get children home (or in some circumstances to a neighbour or friend, where this is prearranged with the school).

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