John Spendluffe Technology College

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John Spendluffe Technology College
Motto Aspirational, Inspirational, Motivated
Established 1930s
Type Academy
Headteacher Mr S Beverley
Location Alford
LN13 9BL
Coordinates: 53°15′28″N 0°10′59″E / 53.2579°N 0.1831°E / 53.2579; 0.1831
DfE number 925/4048
DfE URN 136968 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Staff 44 teaching
21 administrative
Students 612
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–16
Houses red, green and blue

John Spendluffe Technology College is a secondary school with academy status situated on Hanby Lane in the rural market town of Alford, Lincolnshire, England. It does not have a sixth form.


The current Headteacher is Mr Beverley and there are 55 staff and 13 support staff. Currently there are 612 students on role, However it does not have a Sixth form.

It is a popular alternative for pupils living in the Alford area if they do not wish to attend or were not accepted into Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Alford

Academy and specialism[edit]

In February 2003 the school was designated as a Technology College. Although the specialist schools programme has now ended the school still offers technology education as a specialism.

In 2005 the school was identified by the government as a foundation school, and in August 2011 the school converted to academy status.

Academic performance[edit]

The school gets reasonable results at GCSE, slightly higher than Monks' Dyke Tennyson College, Louth and Cordeaux School, Louth.


Citizenship Department

English Department

Humanities Department

  • Geography
  • History
  • R.E.

ICT Department

Mathematics Department

Modern Foreign Languages Department

  • Spanish

Expressive Arts

  • Art
  • Drama
  • Music

P.E. Department

SEN Department

Science Department


  • Product Design
  • Food
  • Textiles
  • Child Development

Other schools in Alford[edit]

• Alford Primary School
Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Alford

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