|Specialism||Maths and Computing|
|Local authority||Surrey County Council|
Broadwater School is a county-supported secondary school with a specialisation as a Mathematics and Computing College in the Farncombe part of Godalming, Surrey, England. It has been a mixed comprehensive school since 1970 and has approximately 600 students aged 11–16 years. Its main building has a multi-wing layout and between one and four floors. The current Headmaster is Christopher Lee.
There are three houses named after winged creatures featuring in literature, only one of which exists, as the eagle genus:
Each house has tutor groups with students from the five school years and competes in sport and other events.
The school has Speech, Language and Communications Needs ('SCLN') and SEN departments to improve education for children who struggle in communication and in an educational setting respectively. SEN children are totally integrated into all aspects of the school community.
Academic, community group and charity group uses
The facilities of Broadwater School are hired by eminent organised groups in the local community.
The classrooms and specialist facilities such as the technology and food rooms are used for adult education. The assembly hall and classrooms may be hired at the school's discretion for fundraising or community group talks.
Music and performance
The school has internal and external concerts as the main centre for the South West Surrey Music Centre. Year groups arrange local and West End theatre trips and it has staged productions.
- Floodlit all-weather hockey pitch
- Netball pitch
- Tennis court
- Mainstream national sports pitches (rugby/football/cricket)
- Gymnasium and sports hall.
The school is the base of Guildford Hockey Club, the Premier Division hockey team, whose clubhouse is on the school site. Godalming rugby club adjoins the playing fields.
A wildlife area is next to the lower school playground, used in school research.
The school was judged Good in 2012, under a reformed and more critical OFSTED inspection regime, the second highest category.
Depending on which of the main three subjects is analysed, results overall in 2012 were from the top to the 4th quintile (five equal groups) nationally.
|Percentage of students achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent)
including English and maths