Brayton Academy

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Brayton Academy
Type Community school
Headteacher Al Moon
Location Doncaster Road
North Yorkshire
53°46′27″N 1°05′02″W / 53.774270°N 1.083780°W / 53.774270; -1.083780Coordinates: 53°46′27″N 1°05′02″W / 53.774270°N 1.083780°W / 53.774270; -1.083780
Local authority North Yorkshire
DfE number 815/4224
DfE URN 121701 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Ages 11–16

Brayton Academy, formerly Brayton High School is a medium-sized high school in Selby, North Yorkshire, England. The school provides for approximately 500 pupils aged from 11 to 16.

The school is located within the parish boundaries of Brayton, although its catchment area also covers other local villages and extends into parts of Selby.

Brayton High School opened in 1979 and was awarded Technology College status in 2001. It was renamed Brayton College in line with the Technology specialism, but in 2009 reverted to its original name and a new uniform. The school was re-designated as a lead specialist technology school in the Selby area again in 2009.[citation needed]

The school has reduced in size in recent years, once having had a student population of over 1000.[citation needed]

The school joined the Rodillian Multi Academy Trust in 2016, being re-named as Brayton Academy.[1]


  1. ^ "EduBase - Brayton Academy". Retrieved 18 April 2017. 

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