Ordsall Hall School

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Ordsall Hall School
Established 1958
Closed 2003
Headteacher Mr A M Deakin
Location Ordsall Road
Retford
Nottinghamshire
DN22 7PL
England Coordinates: 53°19′05″N 0°57′39″W / 53.31819°N 0.96078°W / 53.31819; -0.96078
Local authority Nottinghamshire
DfE URN 122884 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18

Ordsall Hall Comprehensive School was a comprehensive school situated on Ordsall Road in the market town of East Retford in the district of Bassetlaw, Nottinghamshire.

History[edit]

In 2007 it merged with the King Edward VI Grammar School to become Retford Oaks High School a new complex built on a greenfield site. Following its closure, the school buildings and the Old Hall were demolished. The site was used for a new Post-16 Centre for Retford.

Previous Head masters include:

  • Walter Oliver Howells
  • Mike James
  • Arthur Deakin

Alumni[edit]