Marshalls Park School
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|Headteacher||Mrs Pam Mason|
|DfE URN||102345 Tables|
|Website||Marshalls Park School|
Michael Adebolajo, convicted murderer of soldier Lee Rigby, was a pupil at Marshalls Park School. 
In January 2006, Marshalls Park School was granted Performing Arts College Specialist Status. Marshalls Park was United Kingdom awarded the ICT Mark. The award is given to schools that can demonstrate good use of ICT across the curriculum and 1,130 schools currently hold this distinction. The award was presented at the BETT show on 12 January 2006 at Olympia.
In 2010 all pupils achieved at least five GCSE's at grades A* to A including English and maths.
Marshalls Park School departments
Art, Business young Apprenticeship, Construction Young Apprenticeship, Creative & Media Diploma, Dance, Drama, Drama (AS Level), Design and Technology, English, Geography, History, ICT, IT Diploma, Mathematics, Mathematics (Additional Qualification), Modern Foreign Languages, PE, Media Studies, Music, Dance, RE, Science, Statistics
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