Edenham High School

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Edenham High School
Type Academy
Principal Mr Richard Rudd
Location Orchard Way
Greater London
Coordinates: 51°23′01″N 0°02′20″W / 51.3837°N 0.039°W / 51.3837; -0.039
Local authority Croydon
DfE number 306/4004
DfE URN 142040 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–19
Website School website

Edenham High School is a coeducational secondary school and sixth form, located in the Shirley area of the London Borough of Croydon, England. The school is named after Eden Park and Ham Farm in the local area.

previously a foundation school administered by Croydon London Borough Council, Edenham High School converted to academy status in September 2015. The school operates a partially selective admissions procedure, with 15% of places for year 7 pupils allocated on academic ability.

Edenham High School offers GCSEs and equivalent vocational courses as programmes of study for pupils, while sixth form students can choose to study from range of A Levels and further vocational courses. The school is also has a specialism in Technology.

Former Arsenal and Luton Town footballer, Gavin McGowan, is currently a PE teacher at the school.[1]

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