Bungay High School
Suffolk, United Kingdom
About Bungay High School
Bungay High School is a co-educational secondary school with academy status in Bungay, Suffolk. It caters for children aged 11-18.
The school, originally Bungay Grammar School, became Bungay High School in 1974. A range of academic and vocational and academic qualifications are offered in its sixth form.
Vision and values
Bungay High School is committed to “Opportunity, Aspiration and Excellence for All”.
The school is proud of the strong bonds that exist between teachers and students, and between students and their peers. It believes this caring and supportive atmosphere creates an aspirational culture and ensures all its pupils make excellent progress.
The school believes that it has designed a broad and daring curriculum, encouraging both academic and vocational excellence. It aims to ensure that courses excite students and strike a genuine cord with their future.
A key feature of Bungay High is its efforts to get to know every student, leading to an inclusive environment where everyone feels valued. School life is designed to provide students with the opportunity to become supportive, sensitive, team workers who feel they can access their learning fully. The school wants all students to become confident, independent and active learners.
“Leaders successfully communicate a clear vision to members of staff to promote a strongly aspirational culture with respect to both attainment and personal development. There is an explicit aim to become an outstanding school. School leaders and trustees know what is necessary to progress towards this goal. School development planning is detailed and realistic.”
View Bungay High School’s latest Ofsted report