Marshland High School
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About Marshland High School
Marshland High School is a relatively small comprehensive school near the Norfolk / Cambridgeshire border. The school has Healthy Schools Status and the International School Award, due to the many links they have with - and trips to - schools in other countries. It has a reputation for being a friendly and caring school where students feel happy and safe, and so can thrive academically as well.
The school's 'Success through Learning' maxim encapsulates their core values of 'Respect, Nurture, Communicate, Aspire, Persevere, Learn' which underpin the school's work to enable every student to be the best they can be at everything they do. There is a wide range of extra-curricular activities offered to broaden students' experience and develop their talents and interests, and there is a particularly strong success rate with the Duke of Edinburgh Award. The school promotes high aspirations for every student, encourages excellence in every area of endeavour, and celebrates all achievements.
- Type: Community
- OFSTED: Requires Improvement.
- Headteacher: Mrs E Dormor
- Gender: Co-ed
- Boys/Girls: 375 / 380
- Total on roll: 757
School Catchment Area
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|Last Inspection Date||04/06/2014|
|Behaviour and Safety of Pupils||Requires improvement|
|Achievement of Pupils||Requires improvement|
|Quality of Teaching||Requires improvement|
|Leadership and Management||Requires improvement|
GCSE RESULTS - KEY STAGE 4
The table below shows the % of students achieving A* - C Grades in each subject
|Science (Double Award)||47%||62%||51%|
|% achieving 5 or more GCSEs||55%||55%||41%|