Addey and Stanhope School
Voluntary-aided school; 600 girls and boys aged 11–18. At Addeys we are educating the whole child. Exam results are obviously very important and at Addeys these are good but we believe education is so much more than that. As a specialist technology school we want to support local people, including business interests.
Bonus Pastor Catholic College
Catholic boys and girls aged 11–16. Bonus Pastor is a school where every student is known and loved, where there are outstanding facilities, outstanding student behavior, a culture built on respect, and exceptionally high aspirations for each person. Bonus Pastor is an over-subscribed Catholic school with a warm and caring ethos. We are happy, popular, and academically successful. Bonus Pastor has been a Specialist Maths and Computing College since September 2007, providing exceptional facilities for teaching and learning for our students and the wider community. Our students achieve excellent GCSE results. Our motto is ‘through faith to success’. We are proud that every student goes on to a sixth form placement, student attendance is outstanding and the school is a happy one.
900 boys and girls aged 11–16. Our students have access to a fantastic new building with state-of-the-art facilities and are determined to make the very most of the opportunities this huge investment has given them. Students also benefit greatly from the college’s partnership with Colfe’s. Our students are extremely ambitious and this association offers them a clear pathway to a leading independent school and university.
Deptford Green School
1,100 boys and girls aged 11–18. It is an extremely exciting time to be working and studying at Deptford Green School. In September 2012, we moved into our fantastic new building that has been specifically designed to meet the demands of the 21st Century and which offers our staff and students access to the best educational facilities in London. It’s an inspirational environment to be working in and impacts on all aspects of students’ learning. This investment has had a very positive impact on students’ achievement. In August we celebrated some of our best ever GCSE results, with over 80% of students achieving 5 A – C grades.
Forest Hill School
1,200 boys aged 11–16; 250 16–19 sixth form students (SFH6). Forest Hill is a highly regarded, over-subscribed boys’ school popular with local families, providing a vibrant learning community in which our young men thrive both academically and personally. Several years of strong and sustained improvement in exam performance are evidence of our real expertise in working successfully with boys.
In June 2011 Ofsted judged Forest Hill to be a ‘good’ school with ‘outstanding features’. Renowned for our exceptional performances in mathematics and our specialism in the performing arts, Forest Hill boys flourish in an environment that fosters initiative, creativity and self-esteem.
Haberdashers’ Aske’s Hatcham College
Hatcham College is a specialist music and ICT academy, educating children from Nursery to Sixth Form through the use of excellent, innovative, personalised learning and specialist teaching
Prendergast Ladywell Fields College
900 boys and girls aged 11–16.
Prendergast Vale College
We are building a family at Prendergast Vale, with academic excellence at the heart of everything we do. We are a brand new Prendergast College, catering for boys and girls of all ages from three to eighteen, when our students will leave our federated sixth form. Our longer school day allows us to offer a large range of optional courses of study in addition to our broad academic curriculum.
1,700 boys and girls aged 11–18. Our vision is simple: we are working together to build bright futures.
We will ensure that all our students gain the qualifications, skills and experiences necessary for them to maximise their potential. Students at Sedgehill are expected to take charge of their lives and their futures and become engaged citizens and leaders of the future.
St Matthew Academy
Catholic academy: boys and girls aged 3–16.
Trinity Lewisham, Church of England School
Church of England school; 600 boys and girls aged 11–16. At Trinity, the smallest secondary school in the borough, we know every child well and they thrive in a friendly, family environment. Ofsted judged us an ‘outstanding’ school in our business enterprise and economic education inspection by Ofsted in 2012. We call ourselves Lewisham’s only ‘grammar-style school’ because we provide a traditional academic curriculum and our emphasis on courtesy and old-fashioned ways of behaving aims to give young people the same social capital they would gain in the best grammar schools.