The Nobel School
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|The Nobel School|
|Department for Education URN||117530 Tables|
|Chair of Governors||Peter Heppelthwaite|
|Head Teacher||Martyn Henson|
|Age||11 to 18|
|Houses||Curie, Eliot, Mandela, Teresa|
|Colour(s)||Blue, Green, Red, Yellow|
The Nobel School was founded in 1961 as a Technical Grammar School and shared a site with The Girls Grammar School on Six Hills Way, Stevenage. In 1962, the Technical Grammar School moved from Six Hills Way to Telford Avenue and with permission from The Nobel Institute, the School subsequently adopted ‘Nobel’ to become The Nobel Grammar School. In 1970, the School changed its name for the third and final time to The Nobel School. Subsequently, in 1983, the School moved to the former Chells School site and the Telford Avenue buildings were demolished.
In Summer 2010, a new build programme commenced to replace the then School buildings as part of the Building Schools for the Future programme. Building work continued through 2011 and 2012 and the School was officially reopened in September 2013. The existing Headteacher, Martyn Henson took up post in September 2013 and in 2014, The Nobel School received a 'good school' rating from Ofsted.
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