Brine Leas School
|Motto||A successful Education for all our students|
|Chair||Mrs Janet Furber|
|Local authority||Cheshire East|
|DfE URN||111439 Tables|
|Houses||Audley, Lovell, Warwick|
The school opened in 1977 as a comprehensive co-educational establishment. The first head teacher was Daphne Howard; on her retirement Michael Butler became head teacher. Andrew Cliffe became the school's third head teacher in September, 2007. In September, 2010, the school became one of just 32 to take up academy status. In 2011, the school received a capital grant of over £1.1 million to improve facilities around the site. The school operates a house system, with every student and staff member in either "Audley", "Lovell", or "Warwick". For the last ten years the school has been oversubscribed although it does continue to take students on distance criteria.
The 2008 Ofsted inspection outlined the school as having outstanding overall effectiveness, with constantly exceptional student achievement. Since the school was inspected results have improved yet further with headlines for five A*to C including English and maths being over 79%.
- Census 2012
- "Brine Leas High School". Ofsted. Retrieved 27 January 2010.
- "Community Involvement". School Prospectus. Brine Leas High School. Retrieved 27 January 2010.
- Wareing, Susan (17 September 2008). "Brine Leas High School". Inspection Report. Ofsted. Retrieved 29 January 2010.
- Cole, David (3 December 2009). "Welcome from the Director and Headteacher". BL6 - Brine Leas Sixth Form. Brine Leas High School. Retrieved 29 January 2010.
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