Drayton Manor High School
Ealing, United Kingdom
About Drayton Manor High School
Drayton Manor High School is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational secondary school with sixth form in London serving students between the ages of 11-19. The secondary school, situated in Ealing as approximately 1,566 students on record.
Formerly Drayton Manor Grammar School, Drayton Manor High School was established in 1930, changing to a comprehensive status in 1975. The secondary school converted to academy status in 2012 and was identified as outstanding by Ofsted in the same year.
Ms Lisa Mills
Values and vision
Drayton Manor High School focuses on maximising student’s development and works to ensure they are provided with a broad range of academic, practical, cultural and sporting opportunities. The London based secondary school teaches students to respect differences and promotes equal opportunities, wishing for each individual to succeed to the best of their ability and achieve their goals and ambitions. The school nurtures students global awareness and wants them to have an understanding and appreciation for different groups and nations, along with economic and environmental issues.
“This is an outstanding school. The sixth form is outstanding. The school has a well-deserved reputation of giving all students equal opportunities to succeed. It supports their individual needs so they make outstanding progress. Many of them attain well above average standards. All students are very well prepared for their future lives, whatever their chosen paths. The curriculum offers stimulating extras such as Chinese, Latin and the Duke of Edinburgh award, sixth form community service as well as numerous visits, trips and enrichment activities and makes a significant contribution to students’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. Many of the enrichment activities broaden students’ understanding of the wider world and different societies”.