Ash Manor School

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Ash Manor School
Ash Manor School logo.PNG
MottoAspire and Achieve
Established1948
HeadmasterDavid Garrido
Deputy HeadteacherMrs M. Segrove
Chair of GovernorsDavid Axam
SpecialismTechnology College
LocationManor Road
Ash
Surrey
GU12 6QH
England Coordinates: 51°14′26″N 0°43′45″W / 51.240431°N 0.729163°W / 51.240431; -0.729163
Local authoritySurrey
DfE URN125271 Tables
OfstedReports
Staff70
Students1030[1]
GenderCoeducational
Ages11–16[1]
Houses4
ColoursNavy Blue and Light Blue
Websitewww.ashmanorschool.com
 
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Ash Manor School
Ash Manor School logo.PNG
MottoAspire and Achieve
Established1948
HeadmasterDavid Garrido
Deputy HeadteacherMrs M. Segrove
Chair of GovernorsDavid Axam
SpecialismTechnology College
LocationManor Road
Ash
Surrey
GU12 6QH
England Coordinates: 51°14′26″N 0°43′45″W / 51.240431°N 0.729163°W / 51.240431; -0.729163
Local authoritySurrey
DfE URN125271 Tables
OfstedReports
Staff70
Students1030[1]
GenderCoeducational
Ages11–16[1]
Houses4
ColoursNavy Blue and Light Blue
Websitewww.ashmanorschool.com

Ash Manor School is a comprehensive, community secondary school located in Manor Road, Ash, Surrey, England.[1] Opened as Yeoman's Bridge School in 1948.

Ofsted[edit]

During the last full inspection carried out by Ofsted at the school in January 2010, the inspectors judged the school to be Grade 3 - Satisfactory.[2] However in the follow-up monitoring visit in March 2011, the inspector judged the school to be making satisfactory progress towards making improvements and demonstrating a capacity to improve.[3]

House system[edit]

Ash Manor is divided into 5 Houses each are known for their strong individual characteristics and competitiveness in sport.

Famous former pupils[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "EduBase - Ash Manor School". Department for Education. Retrieved 2011-06-28. 
  2. ^ "Ofsted - Ash Manor School". Ofsted. Retrieved 2011-06-27. 
  3. ^ "Ofsted - Ash Manor School" (pdf). Ofsted. Retrieved 2011-06-27. 
  4. ^ Harris, Jeff & Hogg, Tony (ed.) (1995). Arsenal Who's Who. Independent Magazines (UK) Ltd. p. 288. ISBN 1-899429-03-4. 
  5. ^ Phil Harlow (14 June 2007). "The new Paula?". BBC News. Retrieved 20 November 2008. 

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