Warlingham School

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Warlingham School
Established 1954
Type Academy
Headteacher Mr Nicholous Bradwell
Location Warlingham
Surrey
CR6 9YB
England Coordinates: 51°19′01″N 0°04′08″W / 51.317°N 0.069°W / 51.317; -0.069
Local authority Surrey
DfE URN 138928 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–19
Houses Johnson, Chichester, Sharman, Mallory.
Colours School: Blue and White. Houses: Johnson-Yellow, Chichister-Blue, Sharman-Green, Mallory-Red.
Publication Bi-termly news publication
Number on roll 1500
Halves of years Johnson/Chichister= X Sharman/Mallory=Y
Website www.warlinghamschool.co.uk

Warlingham School is a secondary school with academy status for pupils aged 11–16, and also has a sixth form for 16 to 18 year olds. The school is located in the village of Warlingham, in Surrey, England. It is one of three other secondary schools in the district of Tandridge.

The facilities include a sports hall, swimming pool, astroturf, cricket pitches, rugby pitches, a gymnasium and a fitness suite.

Warlingham School is also a Business & Enterprise College. It helps a number of charities and has a selection of after-school activities, ranging from tennis to tech-crew.

The school is part of the Young Chamber Community, which includes students who take part to make a difference to the school's community.

The school has one headteacher, Mr Nicholous Bradwell, two deputy headteachers, Mr Stephen Day and Mr Paul Kinder, and four assistant headteachers, Mrs Tina Needs, Mr Chris Glover, Mr Paul Seward and Mr Rob Scott who is also head of sixth form.