Oakdale Comprehensive School

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Coordinates: 51°40′27″N 3°11′07″W / 51.674255°N 3.185402°W / 51.674255; -3.185402 Oakdale Comprehensive School is a comprehensive school located in the village of Oakdale in Caerphilly county, Wales. It has a total enrolment of about 800 pupils aged 11 to 16. Sixth-form provision is at Coleg Gwent in Crosskeys and Ystrad Mynach College.

The school opened in 1968 as a Secondary Modern School catering for 350 pupils.

Information Technology training at Oakdale Comprehensive was commended by the Secretary of State for Wales, Paul Murphy at Welsh questions in the House of Commons in March 2009. [1]

The school is currently run by a Senior Leadership Team consisting of Chris David (Headteacher), Martin Davis (Deputy Headteacher), Matthew Thomas (Assistant Headteacher) and Emma Paskell (Bursar).

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  1. ^ Parliamentary Business : Hansard

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