Helena Romanes School
Essex, United Kingdom
About Helena Romanes School
We are a mixed 4 – 18 Academy with over 1200 students on roll. The school is situated in beautiful countryside, occupying approximately 35 acres just to the north of Great Dunmow.
The school was established in 1958 and is named in honour of the first Chair of Governors.
At Helena Romanes, we are ambitious for our students and we offer them a rich and varied curriculum. Our students develop the skills, knowledge and understanding that enables them to move successfully into higher education, apprenticeships, training or employment.
While academic achievement is of crucial importance, we also ensure that we focus effectively on developing our students’ personal, social and creative skills. Our aim is that students leave Helena Romanes as successful, confident and considerate young adults.
We are very proud of our students. They are superb ambassadors for our school when they represent us locally, nationally and internationally, participating in our many and varied extra-curricular activities.
At Helena Romanes, we have a large team of well-qualified, dedicated staff who focus on supporting students’ progress and well-being. We work closely with parents, carers and the wider community to ensure we provide a well-coordinated approach to our students’ learning and development.
Daniel Gee BA (Hons), MA, NPQH
“Pupils are happy at The Helena Romanes School. They enjoy learning and coming to school.”
“Pupils are well mannered, friendly and respectful to their teachers and to each other.”
“Pupils want to do well and are focused in lessons.”