The Long Eaton School

Derbyshire, United Kingdom


Location: Derbyshire, United Kingdom
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Secondary
Funding status: State - Academy
Gender: Mixed
Age range: 11 - 18 years

About The Long Eaton School

The Long Eaton School is a very successful secondary school with a popular Sixth Form. We are a Specialist Academy for Science and Applied Learning. We are based in modern, purpose built accomodation with specialist facilities and state of the art equipment designed to be a learning environment fit for the 21st century, which include our purpose built Observatory, new Sixth Form block and Multi Media Suite. We believe we are all learners and everyone can develop their knowledge and skills. The school was graded Good by Ofsted in 2015.  The Long Eaton School is a founding member of The Northworthy Multi-Academy Trust.

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Location


Address: Thoresby Road, Long Eaton, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG10 3NP, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 115 9732438
What people say about us

“I have thoroughly enjoyed my time here. I had no intention of leaving but an opportunity presented itself. Compared to my last school, this school is outstanding in every respect and I hope I take all the things I’ve learned to my new role.

- Exit Questionnaire, 2012

“A great place to work. In my time here I have felt like a valued member of staff.

- Exit Questionnaire, 2014

“I have been very happy at TLES and would not be leaving if I did not wish to relocate – TLES is a fantastic place to work."

- Exit Questionnaire, 2013

“I have experienced an enormous amount of change in the thirty odd years I have worked here and can confidently say that this has always been for the benefit of the students and staff. This is a school everyone should be proud to belong to."

- Exit Questionnaire, 2013

“Thoroughly enjoyed my time here – lovely school to work at.

- Exit Questionnaire, 2014

“Central to the school’s ethos and mission are the ‘4 Cs’: challenge, cooperation, care and consistency. These are values that permeate all that the school says and does. There is a sense of high ambition across the school; pupils regardless of their background or disadvantage are encouraged to achieve their best.

- Ofsted, 2015

“There is a well-thought-out programme of training and development provided for teachers. Curriculum leaders know and understand their departments well.

- Ofsted, 2015

The school’s very inclusive and caring culture means that pupils with disabilities and special educational needs are supported well.

- Ofsted, 2015