Ansford Academy

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Ansford Academy
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Motto 'Learning together to lead our lives'
Established 1940
Type Secondary Academy
Principal Shonogh Pilgrim
Location Maggs Lane
Castle Cary
51°05′46″N 2°30′42″W / 51.0960°N 2.5116°W / 51.0960; -2.5116Coordinates: 51°05′46″N 2°30′42″W / 51.0960°N 2.5116°W / 51.0960; -2.5116
DfE URN 136839 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Capacity 760 (Data from January 2016)
Students 575 (Data from January 2016)
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–16

Ansford Academy, previously known as Ansford School, is a school located in the town of Ansford, which lies on the northern edge of Castle Cary in Somerset, England. The Principal is Shonogh Pilgrim. In July 2011, the school became an Academy.

The redbrick neo-Georgian main school building was completed in 1940 with additional rooms for science, technology, mathematics and modern languages being added in the 1970s. A new £1.7 million Sports Centre was completed in 2005.[1]


  1. ^ "Ansford School Facilities". Ansford School. Archived from the original on 25 February 2009. Retrieved 23 January 2009. 

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