Crispin School

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Crispin School
Crispin School logo.png
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Type Academy secondary
Religion Non-denominational
Headteacher Paul James
Location Church Road
BA16 0AD
England Coordinates: 51°07′49″N 2°43′57″W / 51.1303°N 2.7324°W / 51.1303; -2.7324
DfE URN 136913 Tables
Ofsted Pre-academy reports
Students 1,091 as of January 2012
Ages 11–16
Houses Fire, Earth, Water, Air

Crispin School is a secondary school in Street, Somerset, England, and has 1,091 students between the ages of 11 and 16 years as of January 2012. The school shares its campus with Strode College of further education.

In 1997 it became one of the first beacon schools in Somerset.[1] It has been designated as a Technology College and has a second specialism as a Language College. In July 2011, it became an Academy.

The school has a link with the one in Masana, Kenya, and has a "Masana Block" named after it. Staff and students visit Masana every year. There have been various projects including sundials and peer mentoring, as well as computers, pencil cases, etc. being sent over.


The uniform consists of black skirt or trousers, white shirt, a black and yellow striped clip on tie and blazer.



  1. ^ "Teacher of Mathematics". TES. Retrieved 21 November 2010. 

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