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which areas of Aylesbury -schools for kids

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srihitha Tue 30-Jun-15 21:04:20

We r looking forward to move to Aylesbury,Got kids, girl(3 years) and Boy (7years).Plz suggest me the areas to move in and schools for the kids.As we are unaware of the place need some advice plz.

What are the nice bits? And where should we avoid? Be as specific as you like!

Thank you

CountingToThree Tue 30-Jun-15 21:53:13

Schools and areas are generally considered best on south side of Aylesbury - Turnfurlong and Bedgrove school.catchments. This is reflected in house prices!

Just outside Aylesbury, bierton, stone and whitchurch and Waddesdon villages are all meant to be good schools.

William harding and Broughton schools are also fine.

These are all primary as have no experience of secondary. There are grammars and academies in Aylesbury

srihitha Wed 01-Jul-15 08:19:43

Thanks CountingToThree..

18yearsoftrying Wed 01-Jul-15 20:24:28

Please look at the Hs2 Interactive map to check out which side of Aylesbury to avoid if you don't want to be affected by it.

Hartwell, Fairford Leys, Stone, Whitchurch, Oakwood Park, Waddesdon, The Coppice & Watermead are all affected if the plan goes ahead.

srihitha Thu 02-Jul-15 14:41:11

Thank you 18yearsoftrying.
Will check it out.Will schooling affect with the Hs2 rail...
Thanks once again Dear..

18yearsoftrying Thu 02-Jul-15 21:31:29

I think actually it's The Willows that's at risk, not The Coppice. Apologies.

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