Cheam High School

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Cheam High School
Cheam high school logo.png
Motto Undaunted
Established 1933
Type Academy
President Miss Rebecca Allott
Headteacher Mr Pete Naudi
Location Chatsworth Road
Greater London
51°21′57″N 0°13′05″W / 51.365966°N 0.217999°W / 51.365966; -0.217999Coordinates: 51°21′57″N 0°13′05″W / 51.365966°N 0.217999°W / 51.365966; -0.217999
DfE URN 136785 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Staff 250+
Students 2150
Gender Co-Educational
Ages 11–18
Houses Form groups
Website Cheam High School

Cheam High School is a mixed sex academy school located in Cheam, Greater London, England. It consists of a lower school, for those aged between 11-16, in which each year group consists of 300 students and a sixth form for 17-18

The school has specialisms in languages and the arts. The previous headteacher was Miss Rebecca Allott who succeeded Mr TJ Vaughan on his retirement in 2000. As of 2017, she is Executive Principal and Mr Pete Naudi is Headteacher.


The school holds the Artsmark Silver Award from the Arts Council to recognise the high quality of work in various aspects of the curriculum including art, drama, music and dance. It also has the Sports Mark Award recognising the strong sporting ethos of the school.


Cheam High School received "Outstanding" Ofsted reports in both 2007 and 2010. This is the highest grade Ofsted award and only 20% of schools received it. Furthermore in 2015 Ofsted yet again described Cheam High School as 'outstanding' [1]

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