Ordsall Hall School

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Ordsall Hall School
Established 1958
Closed 2003
Headteacher Mr A M Deakin
Location Ordsall Road
DN22 7PL
Coordinates: 53°19′05″N 0°57′39″W / 53.31819°N 0.96078°W / 53.31819; -0.96078
Local authority Nottinghamshire
DfE URN 122884 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18

Ordsall Hall Comprehensive School was a comprehensive school situated on Ordsall Road in the market town of East Retford in the district of Bassetlaw, Nottinghamshire.


In 2003 it merged with the King Edward VI Grammar School to become Retford Oaks High School a new complex built on a greenfield site. Following its closure, the school buildings and the Old Hall were demolished. The site was used for a new Post-16 Centre for Retford.

Previous Head masters include:

  • Walter Oliver Howells
  • Mike James
  • Arthur Deakin