'The headteacher and deputy headteacher are committed and relentless in their work for continuous improvement.'Ofsted 2018
'Senior leaders have established high expectations of staff and pupils and lead by example.'Ofsted 2018

St Aidan’s Foodbank

May 22, 2019

St. Aidan’s foodbank  would like donations of non-perishable items with a long shelf life, such as soup, tinned vegetables/meat/tuna, items which could be used to make a meal. A tin a week per student could provide enough food to help struggling families in the community over the summer break – Students can simply drop items off […]

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Well Done Harry

May 13, 2019

Well done to Harry, a member of our Year 9. This weekend he received The Praiseworthy Army Cadet Force First Aid Award, for performing first aid on a member of his local community, ultimately saving her life. This recognition has only been awarded to a small number of cadets. Harry was given this award as […]

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Good Luck to Y11

Good luck to our Y11 students who commence their GCSE examinations today.

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Success for Jak

April 30, 2019

Well done to Jak who is in our Year 8.  An inspiration to all around us and a young man who lives and breathes our Core values whilst climbing his own personal mountain.  We are very proud of you Jak. For the full story click here.    

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Charity Race Night – Friday 17th of May 2019

April 23, 2019

Race Night! Coming soon! The Duke of Edinburgh Award Group present: Race Night! The race night is a fun-filled, family-friendly evening of filmed racing where you can bet on which animals will be winners and, if you are lucky, claim the prize money! The night will include 8 races, involving either horses, trotters or pigs, […]

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St Aidan’s Great Exhibition

April 4, 2019

As part of our whole school drive to improve standards we are always keen to develop in our students the ability to think and work independently.  One of the ways in which we do this is via our stretch projects that happen three times throughout the year.  The history department took ownership of the second cycle stretch […]

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Supporting our local community

March 3, 2019

Students, parents and staff of St Aidan’s have been working extremely hard to support Sunderland’s local community. Read all about the work that we have been doing by clicking here.  

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Advice to Parents – MoMo

March 2, 2019

As we are sure you are aware from the media, young people are being targeted by MoMo whereby their WhatsApp and YouTube accounts are being hijacked by the fictitious character MoMo. Please see the document below for advice: MOMO Guide for Parents    

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Coping with Adversity

On Wednesday 27th February 2019 we welcomed Brigadier James Richardson to St Aidan’s.  James spoke opening to our Year 9, 10 and 11s about coping with adversity, stress and decision making.   He gave a frank account of his personal experiences and drilled down into the processes of adversity and decision making, with a common theme of […]

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National Careers Week

February 27, 2019

National Careers Week and National Apprenticeship week is fast approaching! Keep a look out for work discovery days and events happening around school next week. All details will be emailed home to parents, passed onto form tutors and displayed in the Careers notice board in the dining hall corridor. National Careers Week

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