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Sheringham High School and Sixth Form Centre

Sheringham High School
File:Sheringham-High-Logo.png
Type Academy
Headteacher Mr Tim Roderick[1]
Deputy Head Mr Cook, Mrs Jane Melhuish, Dr Andrew Richardson
Location

Holt Road
Sheringham
Norfolk
NR26 8ND
England Coordinates: 52°56′11″N 1°11′55″E / 52.936344°N 1.198572°E / 52.936344; 1.198572

DfE URN Ofsted Reports
Students 810[1]
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18[1]
Houses Carter, Cavell, Nelson, Sewell
Colours Burgundy and White
Uniform Burgundy sweatshirt with school logo, burgundy polo shirt with school logo, black trousers or skirt
Website

Sheringham High School and Sixth Form Centre is a secondary school and sixth form located in the town of Sheringham in the English county of Norfolk. The school has around 810 students, usually including between 160 and 180 in the sixth form centre.[1][2] It shares a campus with Sheringham Primary School and Sheringham Woodfields School. The current headteacher is Tim Roderick.[1]

The school takes students from primary schools in Sheringham, Kelling and Holt.[1] It has a specialism in the arts, and is a member of the Microsoft IT Academy programme.[3]

On November 1, 2011 the school became an academy.[4]

The Sex Education Show vs Pornography

In Spring 2009, Sheringham High School was featured in the Channel 4 series entitled "The Sex Education Show vs Pornography".[5]

Ofsted Inspections

In January 2009 the school was inspected by Ofsted and found to be a good school which had improved since the previous inspection.[2]

Houses

Sheringham High School has four houses named after famous Norfolk people. Carter house named after adventurer Howard Carter, Cavell named after nurse Edith Cavell, Nelson after Lord Admiral Nelson and Sewell after author Anna Sewell. Cavell have a very good sporting team and have been Sports Day Champions 5 years in a row.

External links

  • Sheringham High School and Sixth Form Centre website

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