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    Ofsted Report 2013

    "There is a very positive climate for learning within all classes as a result of the highly effective way in which staff manage behaviour."

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    Ofsted Report 2013

    "Pupils’ behaviour in lessons and around the school is outstanding, and this has an extremely positive impact on the progress pupils make and the standards they achieve."

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Welcome to Aston Rowant C of E School

We are a vibrant school set in a beautiful village that strives to give our children the best education possible. We believe that the results speak for themselves. Please take a few minutes to look at the website. You’ll find plenty of information and photos on the School, the children and their work.

School Information

  • School Improvements

    School Improvements

    Over the last 12 months we have been investigating ways to improve the facilities of Aston Rowant School for it’s existing pupils. Your views expressed as part of the school vision evening and subsequent Development Plan have been integral to this.
  • Parent Information

    Parent Information

    View or download our policies, statements and useful information here. Check this page regularly for copies of our newsletters.
  • The PTA

    The PTA

    The Aston Rowant School Parent Teacher Association brings together parents, carers and school staff, with its core goal being to provide additional support for the children and teachers of Aston Rowant by raising funds for the school.


Term 5

As usual there have been many fun and interesting things happening at Aston Rowant school over the last 2 terms. At the beginning of March we held a Science Enrichment week. One of the activities was for the children to design their own science investigation from a question they had generated themselves. For example “do people with the longest legs jump the highest?” The

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Language Awareness Afternoon

Language Awareness Afternoon Wednesday 11th February The whole school took part in a language afternoon this week. Each class had something different to learn. Owl Class (Yr 5/6) learnt a German song and tongue twister, some welsh greetings and did some work about the origins of words. Fox Class (Yr 3/4) learnt about Hebrew. This included learning about the Hebrew alphabet, greetings and mannerisms

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