Tameside, United Kingdom
About Audenshaw School
Audenshaw School is a mainstream, non-denominational, state-funded secondary academy for boys aged 11-16. It is situated in Audenshaw, Manchester, and has approximately 1,000 students on roll.
The school was founded in 1932 as Audenshaw Grammar School for Boys.
Mrs Jeanette Saw
Our School aims to provide a quality education in a caring community based
on values of respect, responsibility and resilience and a relentless pursuit
of excellence in all that we do.
Our School will be recognised as a fully inclusive, aspirational, high
achieving centre of excellence, firmly rooted in the local community.
We will create, develop and maintain a challenging and stimulating
personalised learning environment where no student is overlooked or left
behind and where teaching and learning is high quality, inspirational and
We will consistently have high academic standards and expectations for
every individual and continue to place considerable value on sport and
healthy living and developing strong links with the community.
All members of our School community will be valued and every success will
be celebrated. Our School will maintain a safe, secure and caring
environment in which to work and learn.
“This is a good School. Pupils from all starting points make good progress across a broad range of subjects and year groups. School Leaders have introduced an aspirational curriculum that meets the needs and interests of pupils. Students have strong attitudes to learning, attend reguarly, and are confident learners. Pupils say the School is a safe and happy place.”