Hinchley wood school

Hinchley Wood School is a secondary school with academy status located in Hinchley Wood, Surrey, England.
Hinchley Wood School
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Motto Inspiring Learners
Type Academy
Headteacher Ben Bartlett [1]
Chair Aidan Fudge[1]
Location

Claygate Lane
Hinchley Wood
Esher

Surrey
KT10 0AQ
England Coordinates: 51°22′44″N 0°19′55″W / 51.379°N 0.332°W / 51.379; -0.332

Local authority Surrey
DfE URN Ofsted Reports
Students 1,150[2]
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–18
Website

Hinchley Wood School contains students from the ages of eleven to sixteen. The Secondary School also has a Sixth Form which runs various AS and A level subjects. The school is situated in Hinchley Wood and takes students from the surrounding areas. Next to the school lies another school which is Hinchley Wood Primary School.

Hinchley Wood School has Music College specialism. The school is also well noted for its Jazz Band (Banda di Jazz) and Samba Bands and hold regular concerts. The school is also well noted for it's Sustainibility Group and Green Flag Status. The school also has an array of photovoltaic cells installed on its roof.

External links

  • Hinchley Wood School portal

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