Beauchamps High School

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Beauchamps High School
Motto "improvement is limitless"
Established 1959
Type Foundation school
The Headteacher Mr Robert Hodges
Chair M. Beauchamp
Location Beauchamps Drive
SS11 8LY
England Coordinates: 51°36′47″N 0°32′31″E / 51.61295°N 0.54207°E / 51.61295; 0.54207
Local authority Essex
DfE URN 115322 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Staff 65
Students 1303
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18

Beauchamps High School, locally known as Beauchamps, is a mixed intake secondary school and sixth form for students aged between 11 and 18 (school years 7 to 13) in Wickford, Essex, England. The sixth form offers post 16 education for students aged 16–18 and accepts both former Beauchamps students and students educated at other establishments. The school includes a fairly diverse student population, consisting primarily of British nationals and a small ethnic minority.[1] The current headteacher of the school is Mr Robert Hodges. The previous head was Mr Philip Bell.


The school is located in the town of Wickford in Essex, England, and moved to its present site in 1959. The school was called Beauchamps Grant Maintained School until 1999, when its name was changed to Beauchamps High School. In 2003 it acquired a specialist status as a Business and Enterprise school, and in 2008 it obtained a Vocational status. [clarification needed]


According to the school's website, in 2007, 60% of A-level passes were at Grades A to C, and 86% of students (a new school record) achieved 5 GCSEs at Grades A* to C. The School was given an outstanding report by Ofsted in December 2006.[2]

In 2010 the trends continue to improve with 92% of students achieving 5 GCSEs grades A*-C and a 98% pass rate (66% A-C) at A-level which are vast improvements on previous records.[3]

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