Henbury School

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Henbury School
Henbury School logo.jpg
RebuiltHenburySecondarySchool.jpg
Established 2012
Type Secondary Academy
Headteacher Clare Bradford
Location Station Road
Bristol
BS10 7QH
England Coordinates: 51°30′35″N 2°37′55″W / 51.5096°N 2.6319°W / 51.5096; -2.6319
DfE URN 138217 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Capacity 945
Students 695
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–18
Houses Aquila, Delphinus, Draco, Pegasus, Phoenix
Website henbury.bristol.sch.uk

Henbury School is a state secondary school with academy status in Henbury, Bristol, England.

History[edit]

The school opened in 1958 by Earl Attlee former Prime Minister. Its first Headmaster was John Luget from 1956 to 1976. In 2005, it was rebuilt under a Private Finance Initiative. As of January 2012, it had 739 students. The school has achieved Art College status which increases the funding that the school receives for art-related studies. A number of projects have spawned from the receiving of Art College status. These include piloting the Community Transformers scheme.[1] It became an academy on 1 June 2012.

Academic achievement[edit]

The school has improved its results year on year and achieved its best ever GCSE scores in 2012, the table below shows the percentage of students hitting the key measure of 5 A*-C including English and Mathematics.[2]

2009 2010 2011 2012
27% 39% 46% 52%

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