Nunnery Wood High School

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Nunnery Wood High School
NunnerWoodHS-logo.png
Address
Spetchley Road
West Midlands
Worcester, Worcestershire, WR5 2LT
England United Kingdom
Information
School type Academy
LEA Worcestershire
Authority LEA
Specialist Science College
Ofsted number 116979
Chairperson Helen West
Headteacher Steve Powell
Gender Mixed
Age 11 to 16
Enrolment 1,350
Education system National Curriculum
Colour(s)              Green, Red and White
Feeder schools
  • Cherry Orchard Primary School
  • Nunnery Wood Primary School
  • Perry Wood Primary School
  • Red Hill CE Primary School
  • Stanley Road Primary School
  • Whittington CE Primary School
Website

Nunnery Wood High School is an academy school in Worcester, Worcestershire, England. It is a co-educational school and a Science College with about 1350 students on roll aged from 11 to 16. In 1983 following a restructuring of schools in Worcestershire the Nunnery Wood Secondary School was renamed Nunnery Wood High School.[1]

The school campus is located on the edge of Worcester, surrounded by some 15 acres (61,000 m2) of gardens and playing fields which it shares with the adjacent Sixth Form College. The school benefits from refurbished or purpose built extensions including facilities for Science, English, Music, Art & Design, Languages and ICT. The school's sports centre has an all-weather outdoor pitch and athletics track.[1]

In 2008, 73% of students achieved five or more A*-C GCSE qualifications. In November 2013, year 11 students had the highest pass rate of all time for the school in the English Language GCSE, with over 82% of the school year achieving A*-C GCSE qualifications. Following an October 2008 inspection, the school was accorded a Grade 1 (Outstanding) overall assessment.[1]

The school became a science college in 2004.[1]

Awards[edit]

  • 3 Eco-school green flags[1]
  • Investors in People[1]
  • Sportsmark and Leading Aspect.[1]

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g Ofsted Report 2008 retrieved 27 July 2009

Coordinates: 52°11′04″N 2°11′23″W / 52.184497°N 2.189605°W / 52.184497; -2.189605