The Wensleydale School

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The Wensleydale School and Sixth Form
Motto "Students and Community First"
Established 1959
Type Community school
Headteacher Mr. G. Parker
Location Richmond Road
Leyburn
North Yorkshire
DL8 5HY
England Coordinates: 54°18′48″N 1°49′26″W / 54.313290°N 1.823940°W / 54.313290; -1.823940
DfE URN 121679 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 513
Ages 11–18
Website School site

The Wensleydale School and Sixth Form is a coeducational comprehensive school situated on Richmond Road, Leyburn, North Yorkshire, England.

The Wensleydale School opened in 1959, and became the community school for the whole of Wensleydale and beyond in 1971. In 2006 it was awarded specialist school status as a Science College and gained a Healthy Schools award.[1] In 2008 the School opened a new post-16 centre.[citation needed]

The School is attended by approximately 500 pupils aged from 11 to 18 years. The majority of pupils join from eight local primary schools although intake can be from a wider area.[1]

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