Deptford Green School

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Deptford Green School
Type Comprehensive school
Executive Headteacher Mr Mark Philips
Location Amersham Vale
51°28′45″N 0°01′58″W / 51.4793°N 0.0328°W / 51.4793; -0.0328Coordinates: 51°28′45″N 0°01′58″W / 51.4793°N 0.0328°W / 51.4793; -0.0328
Local authority Lewisham
DfE URN 100740 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students c1100
Gender coeducational
Ages 11–16

Deptford Green School is a coeducational comprehensive secondary school in Deptford, Lewisham, England with approximately 1100 pupils. Deptford Green also has specialisms in Humanities, with English, Citizenship and Drama as flagship subjects.[1] The school was also part of the former Crossways Federation, being one of four feeder schools to Crossways Sixth Form, along with Addey and Stanhope School, Catford Business and Enterprise College and Crofton School. In January 2012 Bill Gates visited the school as part of the speakers for schools project. He stated that "Deptford Green is a model of a global school with socially conscious students."


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