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The Charles Dickens School

The Charles Dickens School
Type Foundation high school
Executive Headteacher Kim Stoner
Location Broadstairs Road
CT10 2RL
Local authority Kent
DfE number 886/5438
DfE URN 118910 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–19
Website .uk.sch.kent.cdswww

The Charles Dickens School is a mixed foundation high school and sixth form, located in Broadstairs in the English county of Kent.[1] The school is named after Charles Dickens, the 19th century writer and social critic.

It is administered by Kent County Council, which coordinates admissions to the school. The Charles Dickens School has a non-selective intake, but does have specialisms in mathematics and computing. As part of this the school participates in the Faulkes Telescope Project.

The Charles Dickens School offers [2]


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External links

  • The Charles Dickens School official website

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