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Best State Secondary Schools in Cambridgeshire

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  • The King's (The Cathedral) School

    The King's (The Cathedral) School is an outstanding all-through school located in Peterborough, East of England. With high academic standards and exceptional teaching quality, students at this Church of England school make excellent progress. The school places a strong emphasis on the wellbeing and individual development of each student, fostering a sense of belonging and achieving excellence. With a focus on mental health and welfare, The King's School provides a demanding yet encouraging environment where students can flourish and become well-rounded individuals.
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  • Samuel Pepys School

    Samuel Pepys School is an outstanding all-through school located in St. Neots, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 6:1 and a focus on meeting complex needs, the school provides exceptional teaching, learning, and assessment. The dedicated staff ensure that pupils feel safe, happy, and well-cared for, while also promoting their social, emotional, physical, and academic development. With an outstanding Ofsted report and a commitment to improving pupils' lives, Samuel Pepys School offers a nurturing and supportive environment for students aged 3-19.
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  • Marshfields School

    Marshfields School is a co-educational middle deemed secondary school located in Peterborough, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 6:1, the school provides individualized attention to students aged 7-19 with moderate learning difficulties. The school has a strong focus on literacy and ensures pupils consistently make progress. Outstanding behavior and safety measures create a positive learning environment. However, there is a need to enhance opportunities for students' responsibility in learning, refine assessment systems, and expand indoor sports facilities.
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  • Heltwate School

    Heltwate School is an all-through school in Bretton, East of England, offering education for students aged 4-18. With a student-to-teacher ratio of 7:1 and a strong focus on speech, language, and communication needs, the school provides a positive and inclusive learning environment. The school has a good overall effectiveness rating from Ofsted, with outstanding behavior and safety. However, there are some concerns about post-16 curriculum preparation for further education or employment. Heltwate School aims to foster a sense of community, encourage individual achievement, and develop life skills in its students.
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  • Cromwell Community College

    Cromwell Community College is an all-through school in Chatteris, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 17:1, the school provides a broad curriculum tailored to match individual needs. With good leadership and effective support, most pupils make good progress. The school is inclusive, supporting special needs and disadvantaged pupils. Parents overwhelmingly support the school, although achievement and attendance of disadvantaged pupils could be improved.
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  • Granta School

    Granta School is an all-through co-ed school located in Linton, East of England. Founded in 2006, the school has a student-teacher ratio of 6:1, ensuring individual attention and support. With a strong focus on the well-being and safety of students, Granta School provides a nurturing environment for students with moderate to profound learning difficulties. The school has been rated as 'Good' by Ofsted, highlighting its effective leadership, quality of teaching, and outstanding behavior and safety of pupils. Despite lower exam results in recent years, Granta School offers excellent resources and dedicated teachers, making it an ideal choice for parents seeking a supportive learning environment for their children.
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  • Thomas Deacon Academy

    Thomas Deacon Academy is an outstanding all-through school in Peterborough, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 17:1, it provides a supportive and inclusive environment for students to reach their full potential. Offering a broad and balanced curriculum, excellent resources, and a strong pastoral system, the academy ensures students develop into positive, confident, and self-reflective individuals. With a Good overall effectiveness rating from Ofsted and impressive exam results, Thomas Deacon Academy is committed to giving students the finest start in life and the best education possible.
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  • Castle School, Cambridge

    Castle School, Cambridge is an all-through school providing a welcoming and inspiring education for students aged 2-19. With a student-teacher ratio of 7:1, our dedicated staff ensure each child is stretched to achieve challenging targets. We have a good overall grade from Ofsted, with positive feedback from parents on our effective communication methods. Our innovative leadership and excellent resources create a safe and inviting learning environment. Visit us to see how we can provide your child with the best possible education and care.
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  • Medeshamstede Academy

    Medeshamstede Academy is an all-through school in Peterborough, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 6:1, our dedicated staff provide a secure and encouraging environment for students aged 4-16. While our Ofsted report states that improvements are required, our committed teachers strive to tailor learning to individual interests and offer a comprehensive curriculum. With a focus on preparing students for the next level of education, our exam results show a strong emphasis on maths and reading skills.
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  • Hampton College

    Hampton College is a co-ed all-through school in East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 18:1, our dedicated staff provide a high-quality education. We prioritize the well-being and safety of our students, offering a warm and inclusive environment. Our curriculum promotes rigorous learning, while also valuing individuality and cultural diversity. Achieving an average score of 105 in maths and 103 in reading at KS2, our students excel academically. We also emphasize the importance of a healthy lifestyle and global awareness. Join us for a vibrant and enriching educational experience!
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  • The Harbour School

    The Harbour School is a thriving all-through school located in Wilburton, East of England. Led by Headteacher Mrs Lise Sugden, the school provides a nurturing environment for boys aged 5-16. With a small student population of 93, individual attention is prioritized. The school offers free school meals to 57% of students, ensuring accessibility and support for families. With English not being the first language for only 2.30% of students, language support is readily available. The Harbour School is dedicated to fostering academic growth and personal development in a caring and inclusive community.
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  • Spring Common Academy

    Spring Common Academy is an outstanding all-through school located in Huntingdon, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 7:1 and a personalised curriculum tailored to individual needs, the school provides a nurturing environment for students aged 2-19. Safeguarding is rigorously upheld, and parents highly praise the school's leadership and teaching. Although exam results are not mentioned in the report, the school's focus on pupil development ensures holistic education.
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  • Meadowgate Academy

    Meadowgate Academy is an all-through school located in Wisbech, East of England. With a dedicated staff and a strong culture of safeguarding, students thrive and learn well in a safe and respectful environment. The school offers a wide range of SEN provision and strives to provide demanding and interesting work. However, improvements are needed in the understanding of the quality of education by directors and governors.
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  • Lime Academy Orton

    Lime Academy Orton is an all-through school located in Orton, East of England. With a dedicated staff and a focus on spiritual, moral, social, and cultural education, we provide a suitable and rewarding learning experience for students. Our personalised approach promotes tolerance, respect, and community cohesion. Collaborating with parents and professionals, we ensure our students acquire the necessary skills for a fulfilling life.
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  • Highfield Littleport Academy

    Highfield Littleport Academy is an all-through school situated in Littleport, Cambridgeshire. With a student-teacher ratio of 10:1, the school provides a nurturing and secure environment for children aged 2-19 to thrive academically and personally. Offering a flexible curriculum and specialized educational programs, Highfield prepares students for their next step by instilling essential life skills. With a focus on individual progress and a welcoming atmosphere, Highfield is dedicated to ensuring every student achieves their full potential.
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  • Highfield Ely Academy

    Highfield Ely Academy is an all-through school in Ely, East of England. With a clear vision and effective leadership, the school provides a safe and nurturing environment for students aged 2-19. The small class sizes and low student-teacher ratio allow for individualized attention and support. While the curriculum content and assessment for new pathways require improvement, the school has a relentless drive to continuously improve teaching and learning. With a focus on inclusive education, Highfield Ely Academy supports students with moderate and severe learning difficulties. Despite some areas for development, the school maintains a good quality of education and aims to raise the quality of teaching and learning to outstanding through bespoke training.
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  • The Martin Bacon Academy

    The Martin Bacon Academy is a co-educational all-through school located on Stirling Road in Longstanton, East of England. With a small student body of 113 students, the school provides a nurturing environment for children aged 3-19 years. Offering a comprehensive range of SEN support, including visual and hearing impairments, speech and language difficulties, autism spectrum disorder, and various learning disabilities, the academy ensures that every student receives personalized attention. With dedicated teachers and a strong focus on student welfare, The Martin Bacon Academy is committed to providing a quality education for all.
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  • Richard Barnes Academy

    Richard Barnes Academy is a co-educational school located in Peterborough, East of England. With a strong emphasis on providing quality education, the school offers all-through education for students aged 5-16 years. Led by Headteacher Mrs Claire Everton, the academy prioritizes the needs of its students, with 64% eligible for free school meals and support for students whose first language is not English. With a total of 102 students, including 84 boys and 18 girls, Richard Barnes Academy strives to create a nurturing and inclusive learning environment for all.
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  • TBAP Cambridge AP Academy

    TBAP Cambridge AP Academy is an all-through co-educational school in Cambridge, East of England. With a small size of 35 students, the school offers a nurturing environment for children aged 5 to 16 years. The school aims to provide good quality teaching and assessment while focusing on personal development and welfare. Although requiring improvement, the school ensures individualized support for students with special educational needs.
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  • Pilgrim PRU

    Pilgrim PRU is an outstanding all-through school located in Fulbourn, East of England. With a dedicated and experienced headteacher, Mrs Nadine Gooding-Hebert, the school provides a nurturing and inclusive environment for students aged 5-18. The school's strong focus on special educational needs ensures every child receives the support they need to thrive academically and socially.
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