Henbury School

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Henbury School
Henbury School logo.jpg
RebuiltHenburySecondarySchool.jpg
Established 2012
Type Secondary Academy
Headteacher Clare Bradford
Location Station Road
Bristol
BS10 7QH
England Coordinates: 51°30′35″N 2°37′55″W / 51.5096°N 2.6319°W / 51.5096; -2.6319
DfE URN 138217 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Capacity 945
Students 624
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–18
Houses Aquila, Draco, Pegasus, Phoenix
Website henbury.bristol.sch.uk

Henbury School is a state secondary school with academy status in Henbury, Bristol, England.

History[edit]

The school opened in 1958 by Earl Attlee former Prime Minister. Its first Headmaster was John Luget from 1956 to 1976. In 2005, it was rebuilt under a Private Finance Initiative. As of January 2012, it had 739 students. The school has achieved Art College status which increases the funding that the school receives for art-related studies. A number of projects have spawned from the receiving of Art College status. These include piloting the Community Transformers scheme.[1] It became an academy on 1 June 2012.

Academic achievement[edit]

The school achieved its best ever GCSE scores in 2012, the table below shows the percentage of students hitting the key measure of 5 A*-C including English and Mathematics.[2]

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
27% 39% 46% 52% 41% 46%

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