Maiden Erlegh School
Wokingham, United Kingdom
About Maiden Erlegh School
Maiden Erlegh School is a highly successful comprehensive school providing education and enrichment for over 1,800 students aged 11-18.
We have been serving our local community for more than 50 years and were one of the first schools nationally to convert to an academy 2011.
We are proud to be a part of Maiden Erlegh Trust a community of comprehensive schools in Berkshire and Oxfordshire that provides "opportunity, diversity and success for all".
Values and vision
Maiden Erlegh School prides itself on being a safe, calm and respectful learning environment that is stimulating and challenging, inspiring and encouraging. Its diverse yet relevant curriculum is complemented by extra-curricular activities to enable each student to develop their own strengths and interests.
The school sets high standards for behavior and academic work. It thrives as a result of being a place of opportunity, diversity and success. Teachers work hard to help students progress socially and personally, focusing on the education and well-being of each individual child. At this important stage in students' lives, Maiden Erlegh prepares them for further education and the wider world.
The school was inspected in September 2018.
Maiden Erlegh School is a highly successful comprehensive school for students from 11-18 years old and I am proud to say that we live up to our motto of “opportunity, diversity and success for all” every day. Our students are a delight to work with and relationships between students and staff are extremely positive and constructive. Students are keen to learn, curious, respectful, polite and fun. They rise to challenges positively and enthusiastically, and have high expectations of themselves. This is why they achieve such impressive academic and personal successes. Our staff are dedicated, talented professionals who go the extra mile for the students because they are committed to helping them realise their dreams, achieve the greatest possible success, overcome any personal challenges.- Paul Gibson - Headteacher