Middlewich High School

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Coordinates: 53°11′24″N 2°26′53″W / 53.190°N 2.448°W / 53.190; -2.448

Middlewich High School
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Motto Achievement For All
Established 1906
Type Comprehensive secondary
Headteacher Keith Simpson
Location King Edward Street
Local authority Cheshire East
DfE URN 111410 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 690
Gender Co-educational
Ages 11–16
Houses Bostock, Kinderton, Newton, Ravenscroft, Stanthorne
Colours Navy Blue
Website Middlewich High School

Middlewich High School is a small secondary school in Middlewich, Cheshire, England. It is a mixed-sex school for 11–16 year olds, and had 690 pupils on roll as of the last OFSTED report, less than the average comprehensive. In its last OFSTED report, it achieved Good. 98.6% of pupils are of white British origin and no pupils take English as an additional language. 10.7% of pupils have Special Educational Needs (SEN).[1] In 2006 Middlewich High School celebrated its centenary. In 2007 it achieved its best GCSE results: 71% at A* - C.

The school is one of sixth form college Sir John Deane's partner high schools, and sends around 30% of its Year 11 leavers there every September.


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