Hartford High School
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|Hartford Church of England High School|
|Type||Voluntary aided school|
|Motto||Fit for the World|
|Religious affiliation(s)||Church of England|
|Local authority||Cheshire West and Chester|
|Department for Education URN||138148 Tables|
|Chair Governor||Gill Chitty|
|Headteacher||Michael Holland BSc MA|
|Age||11 to 16|
|Houses||Red, Green, Blue, Yellow|
|Colour(s)||Navy Blue Royal Blue|
Hartford Church of England High School is a voluntary aided Church of England secondary school on Chester Road in Hartford, Cheshire, for students aged between eleven and sixteen. The school has dual specialist college status in both languages and sports. The school performs to an above-average standard, particularly with ‘outstanding’ achievement in physical education, and above-average attainment at GCSE.
Situated in the village of Hartford, Cheshire, Hartford High School educates students from the local villages of Barnton, Greenbank, Castle, Winnington, Weaverham, Cuddington and the local town, Northwich. The school has the capacity to cater for over one thousand students from the age of eleven through sixteen.
The school is a split-site school, with the two main buildings being the 'West Building' and the 'East Building'. Located approximately 200 metres apart, the two buildings are linked by a secure path for students, separate to public realm areas. In addition to the two main sites, there is a Science & Administration Building located in the East site, and Music and Art Blocks located in the West site.