Gartree High School

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Gartree High School
Type Middle school, academy
Head Teacher Sonia Singleton
Chairman of Governors Eric Charlesworth
Location Ridgeway
England Coordinates: 52°35′15″N 1°04′30″W / 52.5875°N 1.0750°W / 52.5875; -1.0750
DfE number 855/4041
DfE URN 138155 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Staff c.70 staff
Students c.800 pupils
Gender Coeducational
Ages 10–14
Colours black

Gartree High School is a coeducational middle school with academy status for children from the ages of ten to fourteen. The school is situated in Oadby, a town on the south side of Leicester, England.[1][2]

Notable former pupils include John Deacon of Queen.

New school rebuild[edit]

Gartree High School

Building work to construct a new Gartree High School is now complete. The new building is on the same campus as the existing school. The land is being used for sports fields and car parking.[3][4]


  1. ^ "Bullying reduced by peer scheme". BBC News. 22 November 2006. 
  2. ^ "We need powers to ban bus yobs, say operators". Leicester Mercury. 
  3. ^ "Town to get new secondary school". BBC News. 16 May 2005. 
  4. ^ "Building starts on £12m high school". Leicester Mercury. 19 October 2004.