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Easthampstead Park School

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Easthampstead Park Community School
Address
Ringmead

Bracknell
,
Berkshire
,
RG12 8FS

Coordinates51°23′55″N 0°46′58″W / 51.39851°N 0.7827°W / 51.39851; -0.7827
Information
TypeCommunity secondary comprehensive
Established1972
Local authorityBracknell Forest
Department for Education URN110071 Tables
OfstedReports
Head teacherLiz Cook
GenderCoeducational
Age11 to 18
Websitehttp://www.epschool.org/

Easthampstead Park Community School is a coeducational comprehensive school located in Ringmead, Bracknell, Berkshire, England, for pupils aged 11–18. It was designated as a Sports College in 2009.[1]

The headteacher is Liz Cook.[2]

The school uses an initiative called Consistency Management and Co-operative Discipline (CMCD). The school won The Diana Anti Bullying award in January 2009 [3] for their work in peer mentoring.

The school was opened in 1972 at which time it occupied the mansion that is now Easthampstead Park Conference Centre. Its first Headteacher was Derrick Hurd who had previously been the first Headteacher at John Mason School in Abingdon.[4] Coincidentally John Mason had been the keeper of the Easthampstead Park estate in 1548.[5]

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References

  1. ^ "Easthampstead Park School awarded specialist sports status". Bracknell Forest Standard. 29 July 2009.
  2. ^ Easthampstead Park School Leadership – http://www.epschool.org/leadership Archived 2010-01-25 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ Easthampstead Park School's bullying team wins award – Education – News – getbracknell – Bracknell Forest Standard. getbracknell (2009-01-21). Retrieved on 2012-12-22.
  4. ^ Fantato, Damian. "The Oxford Times".
  5. ^ Nash Ford, David. "Royal Berkshire History: Easthampstead Park".

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