Anglo European School

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Anglo European School
Motto 'Making a World of difference'
Established 1973
Type Academy/International School
Headteachers Mrs Jill Martin and Mr David Barrs
Location Willow Green
England Coordinates: 51°40′23″N 0°23′11″E / 51.67314°N 0.38640°E / 51.67314; 0.38640
DfE number 881/5442
DfE URN 137727 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Students 1306
Gender Co-educational
Ages 11–19

Anglo European School is a self-governing, co-educational international academy school situated in Ingatestone, Essex. It is a school for boys and girls of all abilities, with 1,306 students aged 11 to 19. It was the first state school in Britain to offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma and the first to become a Language College. The school offers opportunities to travel abroad, often on exchanges and learn many languages such as French, German, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Italian, Chinese and Latin. The school became an academy in 2011, but still has languages as a specialism.

There are two headteachers, Jill Martin and David Barrs, who run the school together. Barrs teaches Geography, and Martin teaches History.


In the school (excluding the Sixth Form) there are eight houses which make up the forms in each year group with the following names:

School blocks[edit]

  • A Block - for English and Modern Languages
  • B Block - for Music, Art (Headed by Elaine Jessop) and Technologies
  • C Block - for Humanities and Technologies
  • D Block - for Modern Languages
  • E Block - for Sixth Form
  • L Block - for Modern Languages
  • M Block - for Maths and Sciences
  • S Block - for Sciences and Modern Languages

Sixth form[edit]

Notable former pupils[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Hall, Eddie. A Certain Point of View. Troubador. p. 23. ISBN 978-1780880426. 

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