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Bishop David Brown School

The Bishop David Brown School
Type Community School
Location Albert Drive
GU21 5RF
Local authority Surrey
DfE number 936/4457
DfE URN 125266 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–16
Website .uk.sch.surrey.bdbwww

The Bishop David Brown School is a mixed comprehensive secondary school for students aged 11 to 16 years, in Woking, Surrey, England.[1] Its former name is Sheerwater Secondary School. In 1982 Sheerwater Secondary School merged with the Queen Elizabeth II School and changed its name to the Bishop David Brown School. The school is commonly referred to as BDB


  • Ofsted 1
  • Notable former pupils 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


The 2007 OFSTED inspection states "The school is inspiring, motivating and caring". The school, previously in special measures, was rated as "Good" at that time. The most recent inspection in May 2011 rated the school as Grade 3 - Satisfactory.[2]

Notable former pupils

Johnny Allen, guitarist, The Nashville Teens


  1. ^ "Edubase: Establishment: The Bishop David Brown School".  
  2. ^ "Inspection Report - The Bishop David Brown School".  
  3. ^ a b c "Jam from cover to cover". Get Surrey. Retrieved 2011-06-30. 
  4. ^ "The Jam the band".  

External links

  • The Bishop David Brown School - official website
  • Woking Hall of Fame
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