Melksham Oak Community School

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Melsham Oak Community School
Motto Raising Aspirations, Learning for Life, Success for All
Established 2010
Type Academy
Headteacher Mr Stephen Clark
Location Bowerhill
SN12 6QZ
England England
51°21′37″N 2°07′06″W / 51.3603°N 2.1184°W / 51.3603; -2.1184Coordinates: 51°21′37″N 2°07′06″W / 51.3603°N 2.1184°W / 51.3603; -2.1184
Local authority Wiltshire Council
DfE URN 141911 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Students 1,114
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–18
Houses Polaris, Omega, Castor and Sirius
Website School homepage

Melksham Oak Community School is a mixed secondary school and sixth form located in the southeast outskirts of Melksham, Wiltshire, for students aged 11 to 18.


Opened on 12 July 2010, it was created under the Building Schools for the Future programme [1] to replace The George Ward Technology College.

Previously a community school administered by Wiltshire Council, Melksham Oak Community School converted to academy status in April 2015. However the school continues to coordinate with Wiltshire Council for admissions.