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|Specialist||Business & Enterprise College|
|Department for Education URN||138928 Tables|
|Headteacher||Mr Nicholas Bradwell|
|Age||11 to 18|
|Houses||Johnson, Chichester, Sharman, Mallory.|
|Colour(s)||School: Blue and White. Houses: Johnson-Yellow, Chichester-Blue, Sharman-Green, Mallory-Red.|
|Publication||Bi-termly news publication|
|Number on roll||1500|
Warlingham School is a lead school lead in the Tandridge Learning Trust - a Multi Academy Trust started November 2016. Its a largesecondary school with pupils aged 11–16, and also has a sixth form for 16- to 18-year-olds. The school is located in the village of Warlingham, in Surrey, England. It is one of three other secondary schools in the district of Tandridge.
The facilities include a sports hall, swimming pool, astroturf, cricket pitches, rugby pitches, a gymnasium and a fitness suite.
Warlingham School is also a Business & Enterprise Specialist School. It helps a number of charities and has a selection of after-school activities, ranging from tennis to tech-crew to LEGO Mindstorm robotics.
The school is part of the Young Chamber Community, which includes students who take part to make a difference to the school's community.
The school has one headteacher, Mr Nicholas Bradwell, two deputy headteachers, Mr Stephen Day and Mr Paul Kinder, and four assistant headteachers, Mrs Tina Needs, Mr Chris Glover, Mr Paul Seward and Mr Rob Scott who is also head of sixth form.
Each house has an effective head of house. The Sixth Form is also separated into four houses: Austen, Shakespeare, Rowling and Dickens.
As well as a head of house, each child will be in a tutor group. Each group will have a form tutor, who will see them through the school.
As of 2017, the school has become an academy, partnering with Hamsey Green Primary School, Woodlea Primary School, Tatsfield Primary School and Bletchingley Primary School.
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