Stocksbridge High School
Sheffield, United Kingdom
About Stocksbridge High School
Stocksbridge High School is a co-educational secondary school located in the town of Stocksbridge, near Sheffield in South Yorkshire. This smaller-than-average school has around 850 pupils on roll, aged 11-16.
Originally established in 1927, Stocksbridge High School has seen extensive modernisation and expansion over the years, with the most recent building works being completed in 2013. It has a large catchment area, with a diverse intake. The school works closely with other local secondaries.
Mr Adrian Smith
Values and vision
Stocksbridge High School plays a large part in the local community. It works hard to ensure that its pupils leave school with the necessary emotional and social intelligence to succeed in the real world, as well as strong academic qualifications.
As a community school, Stocksbridge High School strongly believes in the potential of all students, regardless of background. It provides extensive support for students with additional needs.
“Governors and the headteacher are ambitious for the pupils, and have a clear understanding of the school’s strengths and how to tackle its weaknesses… There is a climate of respect and tolerance throughout the school. Relationships between pupils and adults are good.”