Ash Manor School

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Ash Manor School, Surrey
Ash Manor School logo.PNG
Motto Aspire and Achieve
Established 1948
Headteacher Agnes Bailey
Location Manor Road
Ash
Surrey
GU12 6QH
England
Coordinates: 51°14′26″N 0°43′45″W / 51.240431°N 0.729163°W / 51.240431; -0.729163
Local authority Surrey
DfE URN 125271 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Staff 70
Students 1030[1]
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–16[1]
Houses 4
Colours Navy Blue and Light Blue
Website www.ashmanorschool.com

Ash Manor School is a comprehensive, community secondary school located in Manor Road, Ash, Surrey, England.[1] Opened as Yeoman's Bridge School in 1948. The school was formed after a merger between two schools Yeomans Bridge and Robert Haining in 1986. Many children are educated here, holding just over 1000 students.

Ofsted[edit]

During the last full inspection carried out by Ofsted at the school in January 2010, the inspectors judged the school to be Grade 3 - Satisfactory.[2] However in the follow-up monitoring visit in March 2011, the inspector judged the school to be making satisfactory progress towards making improvements and demonstrating a capacity to improve.[3]

House system[edit]

Ash Manor is divided into 4 Houses. Each are known for their strong individual characteristics and competitiveness in sport. The names were picked by democratic vote by the students within each house. Year 7 used to be their own house, called Darwin, but only for two years and has since been merged back into the other houses.The houses are now also there forms with 2 out of 8 for each house e.g 7P1 and 7P2

Famous former pupils[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "EduBase - Ash Manor School". Department for Education. Retrieved 2011-06-28. 
  2. ^ "Ofsted - Ash Manor School". Ofsted. Retrieved 2011-06-27. 
  3. ^ "Ofsted - Ash Manor School" (pdf). Ofsted. Retrieved 2011-06-27. 
  4. ^ Harris, Jeff (1995). Hogg, Tony, ed. Arsenal Who's Who. Independent Magazines (UK) Ltd. p. 288. ISBN 1-899429-03-4. 
  5. ^ Phil Harlow (14 June 2007). "The new Paula?". BBC News. Retrieved 20 November 2008. 

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