Imberhorne School

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Imberhorne School
Imberhorne School logo.png
Motto Compassion Achievement Respect Endeavour
Established 1970
Type Community
Headteacher Martin Brown
Chair of Governors Bob Darvill
Location Imberhorne Lane
East Grinstead
West Sussex
RH19 1QY
51°08′02″N 0°02′04″W / 51.1339°N 0.0345°W / 51.1339; -0.0345Coordinates: 51°08′02″N 0°02′04″W / 51.1339°N 0.0345°W / 51.1339; -0.0345
Local authority West Sussex
DfE URN 126088 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 1690
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18

Imberhorne School is a comprehensive school with specialist Language College status[1] in East Grinstead, West Sussex, England,[2] which admits children between the ages of 11 and 18. The school has a roll of 1,650, including 300 in the Sixth Form, and is on two sites, Windmill Lane and Imberhorne Lane.

The headteacher is Mr Martin Brown.[3] In 2004, the school was awarded Artsmark Silver and Sportsmark for excellence in these areas.

Many pupils achieve higher than average results and the school ranks within the top 10 in West Sussex. In 2007 GCSE results, 76% students achieved five or more A*–C passes,[4] compared to a national average of 63%. The Sixth Form provides both academic and vocational courses.

Each school year has a head of year, and each site a deputy head.


Imberhorne is split into two sites. The Windmill Lane site, which is the old county grammar school, houses years 7, 8 and 9 (key stage 3) and the Imberhorne Lane site is used by years 10, 11 (key stage 4) and the Sixth form.

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Charity fundraising[edit]

Both sites raise money yearly for many charity organizations, notably the Children In Need and Comic Relief charities for which the students have been known to raise over £4000.


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