|Institution Type: Foundation School
Age Range: 11 - 19
Religious Character: None.
School Capacity: 2694
Pupils on Roll: 2617 Boys: 1351 Girls: 1266
Admissions Policy: Comprehensive
Head: Mr Chris Williams
Tel: 01908 324400
Purbeck StantonburyMilton Keynes, BKM, MK14 6BN
United Kingdom52° 3' 39.6144" N, 0° 46' 20.838" W
Local Authority: Milton Keynes
Parliamentary Constituency: North East Milton Keynes
Ofsted school description
Stantonbury Campus is one of the biggest comprehensive schools in the country. Having been a 12-to-18 school from its inception, it admitted students in Year 7 from September 2006, following reorganisation of secondary education in Milton Keynes. The campus is organised into five halls, four for 11-16 year olds and one for sixth-form students. All pastoral support takes place in the halls, and students have much of their teaching there too. The proportion of students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is higher than is normally found. These include difficulties with speech, language and communication; hearing impairment; autistic spectrum disorder; and behavioural, emotional and social difficulties. The proportion of students eligible for free school meals is below the average. The proportion of students who speak English as an additional language is similarly below average but, given the size of the campus, this represents a large number of students. Just over 20% of students are from minority ethnic groups. There are considerable numbers of students in the sixth form in receipt of the Education Maintenance Allowance. The campus has been a specialist Arts College (for performing and visual arts) since 1998 and, from 2006, has added two further specialisms - mathematics and computing, and applied learning.
School pupil demographics
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