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|Motto||Achieve and Enjoy and Excel.|
|Headteacher||Mr David Croston|
|Specialism||Maths and computing|
|DfE URN||117591 Tables|
Chancellor's School in Brookmans Park, Hertfordshire, is a secondary school (including sixth form). It has 1043 boys and girls aged 11-18. It is a state comprehensive Foundation school, specialising in maths and computing.
Chancellor's School's current headmaster is Mr David Croston.
The school opened in 1964, marking the end of a campaign by parents and local residents for the village to have its own secondary school. Chancellor's was opened by the then Lord Chancellor Gerald Gardiner with which is how the school was named. Lilian Caras's history sets out the circumstances leading up to the building of the school and charts its development. The school became a specialist in mathematics and ICT 2006 with its continued investment in these areas.
Chancellors School's GCSE standards continued to rise up until 2003-2004 when it reached its record of over 73% of pupils passed GCSE with at least 5 Cs.
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