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De Aston School

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De Aston School
Address
Willingham Road

, ,
LN8 3RF

England
Coordinates53°23′01″N 0°19′32″W / 53.3836°N 0.3255°W / 53.3836; -0.3255
Information
TypeAcademy
Religious affiliation(s)Christian
Established1863
Department for Education URN136491 Tables
OfstedReports
Head teacherSimon Porter
GenderMixed
Age11 to 18
Enrolment976
PublicationDe Aston Voice
Websitewww.de-aston.lincs.sch.uk Edit this at Wikidata

De Aston School is a mixed secondary school with academy status in Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, England. It also has a sixth form but no longer has a boarding house. The school has a broad Christian ethos but accommodates those of other faiths or no faith.

Admissions

The school has approximately 904 pupils.[1] The school used to provide boarding accommodation for around 80 pupils, many of whom come from abroad. De Aston is a specialist school in mathematics and computing.

History

Grammar school

De Aston School pre 1915
De Aston School pre 1915

De Aston School was founded in 1863 as a small grammar school, as part of a legal settlement following a court case involving funds from the medieval charity of Thomas De Aston, a 13th-century monk. Until recently[when?], the school's Foundation Governors also owned the chapel at the site of the charity's Almshouses at Spital on the Street, a few miles away to the west.

The school's headmaster originally had his own house on the school site. The Victorian Gothic red brick house was built in 1863 and was designated as a Grade II listed building by English Heritage in 1984.[2] The original buildings was designed by the Louth Architect James Fowler and further additions were added in 1904-6 by the Lincoln architect Herbert Dunn. As a grammar school it was administered by the Lindsey Education Committee, based in Lincoln, and became co-educational in 1971.

Comprehensive

It became a comprehensive in 1974 (when Lincoln became comprehensive), amalgamating with Market Rasen Secondary Modern School on Kilnwell Road. At the same time, new buildings were opened.[citation needed]

Academy

The school converted to academy status in March 2011.

Headmasters

  • Simon Porter

Media

In March 2001, at the Secondary Heads Association's conference in Newport, Ellenor Beighton, head teacher, spoke out against the current funding system for schools.[3] Then in July 2001 Former Headmaster Anthony Neal disagreed with School Standards Minister Stephen Timms over the benefits of specialist schools saying that they create a two-tier system.[4] Homework was being publicly discussed in December 2001 in the wake of Cherie Blair's request to the Ministry of Defence for information to help with her son's homework. Neal commented that homework was essential and central to the fact that standards were rising.[5][failed verification][dead link]

Police apologised to the school, in November 2006, after a computer error wrongly put it at the top of a national table for the number of police call-outs.[6][failed verification][dead link]

Notable former pupils

Market Rasen Secondary Modern School

References

  1. ^ "De Aston School". De Aston School. Ofsted. Retrieved 13 September 2017.
  2. ^ Historic England. "Details from listed building database (1165972)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 12 September 2007.
  3. ^ "Heads attack funding 'cut'", BBC News, 25 March 2001
  4. ^ "Specialist schools 'boost confidence'", BBC News, 17 July 2001
  5. ^ "Are parents trying too hard?", The Daily Telegraph, December 2001
  6. ^ "Police mistake brands school pupils violent"[permanent dead link], Lincolnshire Echo , 9 November 2006
  7. ^ "Philippa's direction to television success". Market Rasen Mail. 20 April 2012. Retrieved 26 April 2014.

Further reading

  • Joan Harrop. A history of the development of De Aston School, Market Rasen. Middle Rasen: J Harrop, 1991.

External links

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