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Warlingham School is an 11-18, mixed, comprehensive school that serves the population of the North Tandridge and South Croydon areas.
Built in 1954, the school occupies an attractive site on the North Downs with excellent transport links to the M25 and South London. The 1,550 students on roll (including 350 in our thriving Sixth Form) enjoy a well resourced learning environment and a wide range of curriculum opportunities, both during the school day and as part of the out-of-hours provision, to extend, challenge and stimulate their academic and social development. Warlingham is a school in which young people flourish both academically and socially. Our motto of 'Widening Horizons, Raising Aspirations' underpins the ethos of the school. Our school has been judged by Ofsted to be ‘good’ in our most recent inspection (June 2013). Warlingham School has been designated a Business & Enterprise Specialist School since September 2004 and converted to Academy Status on 1st November 2012.
We encourage you to visit this website regularly and to visit the school in person.
Nick Bradwell, Headteacher.
- ‘"Teachers have high expectations and are ambitious for students' achievement".’
- ‘"Students' behaviour is good and there is a very positive climate for learning in lessons".’
- ‘"Good relationships and mutual respect are strong features of the school's culture". Students "cooperate with staff and also with each other and have positive attitudes to learning, wanting to do well".’