Edmonton County School
Enfield, United Kingdom
About Edmonton County School
Edmonton County School is a co-educational, non-denominational, community all-through school in Enfield, Middlesex. The school is split across two campuses, with the primary phase located on Bury Street and the secondary facilities on Great Cambridge Road. There are about 1,687 children aged 4-18 on the school roll, 278 of whom attend the sixth form.
Dr Susan Tranter
Values and vision
Governors and staff share a passionate commitment to meeting the varied individual needs of all students, in order to ensure they leave Edmonton County School with the best possible academic qualifications. Staff want pupils to enjoy every aspect of their learning and to develop as individuals, so that they leave as confident and socially responsible young people who are well equipped to contribute to society and enjoy success.
GCSE results consistently put Edmonton County School in the top 10% of similar schools nationwide. Teachers are always aiming to do even better and looking for ways to raise the achievement level of students. The school prides itself on being a learning community in which both pupils and staff reflect continually on how well they perform and seek ways to do things better.
“Teaching assistants are well deployed and work effectively alongside teachers to provide good support for individuals and groups of students. They are briefed well and make a valuable contribution to the learning of disabled students, those who have special educational needs, and disadvantaged students.”