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Bohunt School
Longmoor Road

, ,
GU30 7NT

TypeComprehensive School
MottoEnjoy, Respect, Achieve
Local authorityHampshire County Council
SpecialistLanguage College
Department for Education URN116500 Tables
Head teacherNeil Strowger
Age11 to 16
Colour(s)Black, White & Bottle Green.

Bohunt School is a secondary school with academy status located in the rural village of Liphook, Hampshire. It is co-educational and takes children from age 11-16 and currently has over 1800 pupils enrolled. The school was opened in 1978.[2]


In 2009 the BBC reported that Bohunt students had achieved higher that the national average at GCSEs in four years.[3] and had ranked mid-table in Hampshire on the proportion of pupils achieving the Level 2 threshold .[4]

Bohunt was designated a Language College, which means that it specialises in modern foreign languages and all pupils take at least one GCSE. Bohunt offers Spanish, German, French, Japanese and Mandarin. In 2005 Bohunt was credited with an International School Award.[5]

In 2014 Bohunt School was awarded TES Overall School and Secondary School of the Year at the TES Awards.[6]


Bohunt's main intake comes mostly from four schools known as the 4-16 Partnership. These are Liss Junior School, Liphook Church of England (controlled) Junior School, Greatham Primary School and Grayshott Primary School. Bohunt also draws from other primaries in Hampshire, Surrey, and Sussex.


The pupils are split up into a house system, each house taking the name of an important person. These are:


  • Blazer - bottle green, with Stag on left breast pocket
  • Tie - bottle green, with stags
  • Shirt - white (years 10 & 11 only)
  • Polo Shirt (alternative to shirt) - white, with stag logo
  • Trousers/Skirt - black
  • Jumper - black with stag logo

See also


  1. ^ "Bohunt School". Ofsted. Retrieved 8 April 2010.
  2. ^ "Liphook, Hampshire, United Kingdom (UK) - the community website". Retrieved 28 September 2019.
  3. ^ "GCSE Results". BBC. 15 January 2009. Retrieved 8 April 2010.
  4. ^ "2009 Hampshire Rankings". BBC. 15 January 2009. Retrieved 8 April 2010.
  5. ^ "International School Award 2005" (PDF). DCSF. Retrieved 8 April 2010.[dead link]
  6. ^

External links

Coordinates: 51°04′38″N 0°48′22″W / 51.07728°N 0.8061°W / 51.07728; -0.8061

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