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Alderman Peel High School

Alderman Peel High School
Motto Learning to make a difference
Head teacher Mr Alastair Ogle
Location

Market Lane
Wells-next-the-Sea
Norfolk
NR23 1RB
England Coordinates: 52°56′11″N 0°29′49″E / 52.93626°N 0.49702°E / 52.93626; 0.49702

Local authority Norfolk
DfE URN Ofsted Reports
Students 442
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–16
Houses Mersey, Trent , Waveney
Colours Blue, purple , orange
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Alderman Peel High School is a secondary school in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk. It is a sports specialist school. In 2009 its overall effectiveness was rated as 'Outstanding' by Ofsted. More recently, in 2012 the school was rated 'Good' by Ofsted.[1] Its head teacher was Cheryl Crawford, who was head until 1999 when John Platten took over. He then left to go to another school, so his deputy, Nigel Youngman temporarily took his place. He left as well, so a new head, Alastair Ogle, was appointed for the start of the academic year in the September of 2010. The current leadership team includes Alastair Ogle as head teacher, Barnaby Rimmer as deputy head, Kirsty Downs and Balbinder Tawana as assistant heads. The school is the smallest secondary school in Norfolk is one of the smallest in England.

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