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Welcome to Edenham High School

About us

Edenham High has established a reputation for providing a caring supportive environment in which children of all abilities can flourish. Staff are committed and caring and work with parents to achieve increasingly good standards of learning and behaviour. An excellent curriculum is in place with a wide range of personalised options. The majority of year 10 and 11 follow a traditional academic pathway, with options for extensions both in school and outside. A significant minority of students choose from a wide range of vocational courses both in school and in college for part of their timetable. This very wide range of choices means that students leave Edenham well equipped to benefit from further study at Advanced and degree level, or for vocational study in a school or a college or to compete successfully for an excellent job. The school has received a whole host of national accolades in recent years demonstrating the wide range of learning experiences available to students. The school was the first in the authority to become a specialist school and has recently been the first in the authority to recieve the national ICT kitemark. We hold the Healthy Schools Award, the Intermediate International Award and the national financial kitemark. We are an accredited Young Enterprise centre and hold Investor in People status. Sport is a particular strength within the school with hundreds of young people participating in out of hours activities on a regular basis. Our students are particularly well supported on transition into the school and are encouraged and trained to become increasingly active members of the school and the local community. The last word should go to schools council who recently wrote ‘We see our school as a community where we are supported and encouraged to reach our full potential’.

How to apply

If you want to apply for courses, you will need to contact Edenham High School directly.

Last updated date: 26 July 2017
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