Lodge Park Academy

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Lodge Park Academy
Motto Broadening Horizons
Type Academy
Headteacher Alison Hayes BA
Location Shetland Way
NN17 2JH
Coordinates: 52°30′07″N 0°43′17″W / 52.50191°N 0.72127°W / 52.50191; -0.72127
DfE number 928/4009
DfE URN 139060 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18
Houses Rumbelow, Brady, Dickson, Parker, Ashworth and Hamilton
Website www.lodgeparkacademy.co.uk

Lodge Park Academy is a coeducational secondary school and sixth form with academy status, located in Corby, Northamptonshire, England.


Founded in 1964 as Lodge Park School, it was one of the very first wave of specialist schools designated in 1994 and was renamed Lodge Park Technology College.

In January 2013 Lodge Park became an Academy as partnership of the David Ross Education Trust and was officially opened by lewis Hamilton.


The college has received a number of awards including Investor in People,[1] ArtsMark Gold,[2] the International Schools Award [3] and ICT Mark.


The principals of Lodge Park have been Neville Rumbelow, Richard Parker, Tom Waterworth, Guy Shearer, Associate principal Toby Mullins, and current principal Alison Hayes BA


Nearly 50% of the students at the academy achieved five GCSEs at A*-C including English and maths in 2013. At Key Stage 5 half of all exams sat achieved the top marks of A*-B (or equivalent) and nearly every exam sat was passed. This is a significant increase on previous years where 40% achieved the top grades in 2012, and 29% in 2011.[citation needed]


Lodge Park Academy dancers performed at the Aviva Rugby Premiership Final in 2013. Sports stars such as Christian Malcolm, Austin Healey, Ben Kay, Tom May and Lewis Hamilton have visited Lodge Park Academy. They have won the David Ross Education Trust Winter Cup two years In a row. First in 2014 and most currently in 2015

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Lodge Park Trust[edit]

Lodge Park is a Trust School, in partnership with the David Ross Education Trust.


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