John Colet School
|Headteacher||Mrs Christine McLintock|
|DfE URN||137261 Tables|
|Ofsted||Reports Pre-academy reports|
The school was founded in the 1950s, and is named after churchman and scholar John Colet. In September 2006 the school celebrated its 50th anniversary. The school collaborated with other local schools and organised a huge street party, this has now become a festivity and has carried on for the last 5 years. The school enrols children from all year groups to help run the event and various stalls. This includes the beer and wine stalls and the blackjack stalls mainly.
It takes children from the age of 11 through to the age of 18. The school has approximately 1,014 pupils, with approximately 140 students in the sixth form. There are around 60 staff at the school. There are numerous support staff who fulfil a range of duties throughout the site. The Senior Leadership Team is made up of four assistant headteachers and the headteacher.
A year group is made up of six forms, Burke, Canning, Disraeli, Gladstone, Hampden and Steele; named after Edmund Burke, George Canning, Benjamin Disraeli, William Ewart Gladstone, John Hampden and Richard Steele respectively. Once in sixth form these forms are incorporated into three form groups Burke, Canning and Disraeli.
The school was awarded specialist Humanities College status by the Department for Children, Schools and Families, with effect from September 2008. It specialised in English, History and Religious Education
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