Caterham High School

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Caterham High School
Closed c.
Type Community school
Religion Mixed
Headteacher Dr Alan J. Atkins
Location Clayhall
London
IG5 0QW
England
Local authority Redbridge
DfE URN 102849 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Co-educational
Ages 11–18
Website www.caterham.redbridge.sch.uk

Caterham High School is a mixed, comprehensive 11-18 school in Clayhall, London.

There are 1100 students in the school. The school is supported by the Arts Council. It had a newly built school building in 2006 at a cost of £1.4 million[citation needed].

The school has many sports facilities available from football, netball and basketball courts to gyms, netball and badminton courts and lastly a huge swimming pool used by all students.

The successful British Racing Driver Scott Malvern was a pupil at Caterham High School 2000-2006

The school is very well known for its quality food served at lunch[citation needed] in the cafeteria, a new fingerprinting system for students to store their lunch money into and the amount of money raised for fundraising charity events. Caterham first opened on the 17th of April 1956

Coordinates: 51°30′14″N 0°12′43″W / 51.50392°N 0.21181°W / 51.50392; -0.21181