Marshalls Park School

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Marshalls Park Academy
Type Academy
Headteacher Mr Frost
Location Petits Lane
Romford
London
RM1 4EH
England
51°35′23″N 0°11′02″E / 51.5898°N 0.1838°E / 51.5898; 0.1838Coordinates: 51°35′23″N 0°11′02″E / 51.5898°N 0.1838°E / 51.5898; 0.1838
Local authority Havering
DfE URN 102345 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students c.800
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–16
Website Marshalls Park Academy

Marshalls Park Academy is a mixed academy school for 11- to 16-year-olds in Romford in east London.

In January 2006, (formerly) Marshalls Park School was granted Performing Arts College Specialist Status. Marshalls Park was United Kingdom awarded the ICT Mark. The award is given to schools that can demonstrate good use of ICT across the curriculum and 1,130 schools currently hold this distinction. The award was presented at the BETT show on 12 January 2006 at Olympia.

Ofsted[edit]

Ofsted marked the school as "Requires Improvement".

Marshalls Park Academy departments[edit]

Art, Business young Apprenticeship, Construction Young Apprenticeship, Creative & Media Diploma, Dance, Drama, Drama (AS Level), Design and Technology, English, Geography, History, ICT, IT Diploma, Mathematics, Mathematics (Additional Qualification), Modern Foreign Languages, PE, Media Studies, Music, Dance, RE, Science, Statistics

Notable former pupils[edit]

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