Roding Valley High School

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Roding Valley High School
Motto Aspiration, Respect, Endeavour
Type Community school
Headteacher Sharon Jenner (acting headteacher)
Location Alderton Hill
Loughton
Essex
IG10 3JA
England
Coordinates: 51°38′36″N 0°03′22″E / 51.6433°N 0.0560°E / 51.6433; 0.0560
Local authority Essex
Students around 1200
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18
Colours Royal blue, Black, White
Website www.rodingvalley.net

Roding Valley High School is a secondary school in Loughton, Essex.[1] They were awarded with a 'Healthy Schools award' in 2007. On the 28th of March 2017 it was announced that the headteacher, Mr. James Luck, had resigned via an email to the parents from the chair of governors, Paul Wershof[2]. Sharon Jenner remains Head of School in the interim until a permanent Headteacher is in place, with Mr. Paul Banks being the Executive Head for the summer. Mr. James Luck joined the school in 2014[3]. He replaced Mr. Paul Banks who left the school after 5 years[4]. Prior to Mr. Paul Banks, the head teacher was Mr. Geoff Mangan who was in the post for over 5 years. In September 2015 the school opened the Epping Forest Sixth Form which is listed for 16-18's within the school.

The school has more than 1,200 students.[5] and has been rated Good with Outstanding Features in the latest Oftsted report.[6][7]


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