De Aston School
Willingham Road | Market Rasen
Lincolnshire | LN8 3RF
Tel:01673 843415
Fax: 01673 840823
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Ellenor Beighton



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Welcome to De Aston School

Whether you live 100 metres from the school or, as some of our Boarding families do, 7,000 miles from the school, there can be no more challenging decision than choosing a school that is right for your son or daughter. De Aston offers a wide range of young people an excellent, well-rounded educational experience that promotes modern British values. Though designated a broadly Christian school, we are open to families of every faith and those of no faith.

De Aston School challenges all its students to achieve their personal best, in order that their success in school will prepare them for success in later life

Our students come to school to …

  • Be safe, achieve and enjoy being here, following a curriculum that addresses individual needs;
  • Make progress towards their social, moral and spiritual potential and so become good citizens of the twenty-first century;
  • Develop a commitment to learning which will stay with them throughout life;
  • Be equipped to take their place in the worlds of work and education;
  • Learn the importance of respecting others, themselves and the environment.

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Year 11 Results in 2015

5 passes at A*-C 70%
5 passes at A*-C with English and Maths 62%
5 passes at A*-G with English and Maths 98%
3 level progress in English 74%
3 level progress in Maths 68%
Ebacc 40%
Capped points 306.9
Total points 394.1

Year 13 Results in 2015

A level pass rate A-G 98%

What Ofsted said

  • Achievement at De Aston School is "Outstanding" (Ofsted 2013)
  • "Students achieve well above average results in GCSE at the end of Yr11" (Ofsted 2013)
  • "In the sixth form, achievement is good" (Ofsted 2013)


September 2015
Fri 25th Brilliant Baking for Macmillan
Fri 11th New Netball Attire
Thur 10th Upper School Awards Ceremony
July 2015
Wed 22nd Summer Newsletter
May 2015
Thur 7th De Aston Mock Election
April 2015
Thur 23rd The Bard's Birthday
Wed 15th Year 9 Project Day
March 2015
Thurs 26th Sixth Form Chefs
Tues 24th Basketball Triumph
Mon 23rd Rising Star Rosy
Thurs 19th Excellent English & Drama for Year 5 Pupils
Thurs 19th Super Spring Planters
Mon 16th Lincolnshire Police Quiz Winner
Sun 15th Chloe's Table Tennis Success Continues
Sun 15th District Success for De Aston Young Musicians
Fri 13th Comic Relief 2015
Thurs 12th Terrific Tournament Hosted by De Aston
Tues 3rd County Cup Rugby Finals


September 2015
3rd Term 1 begins: Y7, Y11, & Y12.
4th Term 1 begins: Rest of school.
10th Upper School Awards 6pm
16th Y6 Science Day
17th Drama trip '1984'
21st Year 6 Open Evening 6pm
22nd eSafety committee 1.30pm
24th School Council 12.35pm
26th European Day of Languages
29th Sixth Form Open Evening 6.30pm
October 2015
1st-31st Black Histories month
1st-31st School Library month
7th National Poetry Day
8th Music trip: BBC Ten Pieces
14th Y6 Technology & Computing Day
15th Y10 Progress Update to Parents
19th-23rd Y10 Work Experience Week
21st Everbody Writes Day
22nd Y12 Progress Update to Parents
22nd End of Term 1
November 2015
1st Boarders return for Term 2
2nd Term 2 Starts
2nd-13th External Exam Autumn Series
5th Y7 Progress Update to Parents
10th Y7 SEN/Tutor Evening
12th Y13 Reports to Parents
16th-20th Anti-Bullying Week
16th-20th Governor Visit Week
17th eSafety Committee 13.30pm
19th Y11 Progress Update to Parents
24th Y11 Parents Evening 5pm
25th Y5 Languages Day
26th A level Drama Trip
26th Y8 Progress Update to Parents
26th School Council 12.35pm
30th Y9 Progress Update to Parents
30th-4th Dec Y11 Exam Week



De Aston School is committed to ensuring equality of opportunity in all aspects of school life, both as an employer and as an educational provider, and seeks to redress unfair discrimination against disadvantaged people.

De Aston School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All postholders are subject to a satisfactory enhanced Criminal Records Bureau disclosure.