Elton High School

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The Elton High School
Address
Walshaw Road

, ,
BL8 1RN

Coordinates53°36′00″N 2°19′42″W / 53.6000°N 2.3284°W / 53.6000; -2.3284Coordinates: 53°36′00″N 2°19′42″W / 53.6000°N 2.3284°W / 53.6000; -2.3284
Information
TypeCommunity school
MottoQuality, Care, Integrity
Religious affiliation(s)Mixed
Established1954
Local authorityBury
Department for Education URN105354 Tables
OfstedReports
ChairNorman Rosindale
Head teacherJonathan Wilton
GenderCoeducational
Age11 to 16
Enrolment1,136 pupils
Colour(s)Grey and Red
Website

The Elton High School is a mixed secondary school located on Walshaw Road to the north-west of Bury town centre in Greater Manchester.

The Elton High School has been recognised as "Good" school with "Outstanding" features by Ofsted following inspection in 2009. The English Department was inspected in November 2010 and it was found that the overall effectiveness of English within the school was "Outstanding".[1] The school was recently graded "requires improvement" in March 2015 following a recent Ofsted.[2] inspection in February 2015. The Elton High School will see Ofsted to return within the next 24 months. During its most recent inspection Elton was rated “good”.

The original building was opened in 1954.

Construction of a new building on the same site began in summer 2015 and opened to pupils in September 2016. It was constructed as part of a nationwide plan to replace the schools in poorest condition.[3]

Notable former pupils[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ofsted details for unique reference number 105354
  2. ^ http://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/inspection-reports/find-inspection-report/provider/ELS/105354
  3. ^ "Bury's New Elton High School ready for Sept opening". About Manchester. Retrieved 20 November 2017.
  4. ^ "Neville the Red Devil who became a green saint". The Independent. 20 May 2011.
  5. ^ "Bury's Tracey Neville is nominated for coach-of-the-year award". Bury Times. 26 November 2015.
  6. ^ "Kirby named as MCC Head Coach".

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