Djanogly City Academy

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Djanogly City Academy Nottingham
Established 1989 as Djanogly City Technology College, 2003 Gained Academy status
Type Academy
Headteacher David Hooker
Deputy Headteacher Stephan Collishaw
Chair Sir Harry and Lady Djanogly
Location Gregory Boulevard
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
NG7 6NB
England
Coordinates: 52°57′52″N 1°10′31″W / 52.96438°N 1.17515°W / 52.96438; -1.17515
Local authority Nottingham
DfE URN 134253 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–19
Website www.djanogly.notts.sch.uk

Djanogly City Academy is a City Academy secondary school in Nottingham, England. It has been open since 2003 when it replaced the oversubscribed Djanogly CTC, a City Technology College,[1] which was then independent from local authority control. The academy specialises in the use of ICT and has been awarded the ICT Mark.

It is named after its sponsor, textile millionaire Sir Harry Djanogly.[2]

Djanogly City Academy - Sherwood Campus - geograph.org.uk - 925539

Djanogly formerly operated on two sites – the 14-19 Centre in the old CTC building on Sherwood Rise, and the 11-14 Centre in a new building designed by Foster & Partners on the site of the former Forest Comprehensive School. The Sherwood Rise site was closed down due to the low number of students after 2012.

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