|Headteacher||Mr J Winter|
|DfE URN||125254 Tables|
|Houses||All years are divided into two "colleges" called Castle and River and further split into 5 tutor groups per college with 6 with the year 7 class of 2016-2017|
|Colours||Green, White and Purple|
Opened as Weydon County Secondary School on 16 September 1957. The first headmaster (1957 to 1968) was Mr A H Surman. Mr Chambers took over from him. By that time there were some 500 students in 5 academic years, years 1 to 4 divided into four streams based on perceived ability/achievement, year 5 divided into 2 streams, students from the lower 2 streams having left at age 15.
Currently the school caters for children from 11 to 16. Its main feeder schools are Highfield South Farnham (previously Pilgrim's Way), Potters Gate CE Primary School, Rowledge, St Peter's, South Farnham School and Waverley Abbey School. A lot of the students go on from Weydon to The Sixth Form College, Farnborough, Farnham College or Alton College. Weydon's current head teacher is Mr J. Winter. There was a new project at Weydon Schoolin 2008. The Faraday project which was funded by the Government is aimed to increase attainment levels in science. Weydon has been selected out of only a few schools throughout the country to accept this grant. With this money a new high tech science computer room, rainforest room and state of the art labs were built over a summer. Work started in June and overran by 5 months. A new expansion project is being headed out now in 2013 and will start work in 2014 it is to expand the cafeteria, build new changing rooms and to rebuild the art and history departments. The new "Medici" art block was opened on the 4th March 2016 and construction for the new humanities block is underway.
The Ofsted inspection of the school in 2009 found the school to be "Exceptionally and consistently high" under all but one of the inspection areas. The school was graded "Generally above average" for the "How well does the school contribute to community cohesion?" criterion.
Ex-pupils (Old Weydonians) include
- Henry Bond, artist and photographer
- Professor Martin Millett, classical archaeologist and academic
- Graham Thorpe, England cricket batsman
- David Lee. "Weydon School - Weydon History". Retrieved 31 March 2012.
- "Specialist science status". Retrieved 31 March 2012.
- Meena Wood (24 June 2009). "Weydon School - Inspection report". Ofsted. Retrieved 31 March 2012.
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