Adeyfield Academy

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The Adeyfield Academy
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Longlands, Adeyfield

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Coordinates51°45′12″N 0°26′56″W / 51.75331°N 0.44900°W / 51.75331; -0.44900Coordinates: 51°45′12″N 0°26′56″W / 51.75331°N 0.44900°W / 51.75331; -0.44900
Established1953 (1953)
Local authorityHertfordshire County Council
TrustAtlas Multi Academy Trust
Department for Education URN145430 Tables
HeadteacherDawn Mason[1]
Age range11–18

The Adeyfield Academy (formerly Adeyfield School) is an 11–18 mixed, secondary school and sixth form with academy status in Adeyfield, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, England. It is part of the Atlas Multi Academy Trust.[2]

The school was founded in 1953, initially as a secondary modern school and is now an all ability - comprehensive school.

The school works in consortium with two neighbouring schools to enhance post-16 provision. The consortium consists of Adeyfield School, Astley Cooper School and Longdean School. Staff development and wellbeing is also coordinated at consortium level.

The school has many awards including an International Schools Status. As a result of this, a club called "The YEC", standing for "Young Earth Citizen" was formed to link Adeyfield with other schools around the world. One project that they work on is to write articles for an online magazine.


Adeyfield was one of the last secondary schools to have school jumpers. This change in late 2007 to school ties (of the school colours, jade green and silver) and black blazers.


  1. ^ "Headteacher's Welcome". Adeyfield School. Retrieved 18 February 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Adeyfield School". Get information about schools. GOV.UK. Retrieved 18 February 2019.

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