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Furze Platt Senior School

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Furze Platt Senior School
Furze Platt Road

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Coordinates51°32′10″N 0°44′27″W / 51.536192°N 0.740762°W / 51.536192; -0.740762
Religious affiliation(s)None
Established23 April 1963
Local authorityRoyal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead
SpecialistICT Mathematics
Department for Education URN137740 Tables
Chair of GovernorsMr. Gavin Tisshaw[1]
HeadteacherDr A Morrison
Staff150 (approx.)
GenderBoys and Girls (Mixed School)
Age11 to 18
HousesBisham, Bray, Cookham, Dorney, Eton, Henley, Marlow, Windsor
Colour(s)Blue & Yellow

Furze Platt Senior School is a mixed secondary school with academy status in Maidenhead.

The school draws pupils from across Maidenhead, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.

The school's latest OFSTED report rated Furze Platt Senior School as GOOD.

Sixth Form

The sixth form is led by Peter Ging, the Head of Sixth Form.

The school has a careers education scheme and links with universities across the country.

IT and Mathematics

The school takes part in local, regional and national mathematics challenges run by the United Kingdom Mathematics Trust.

A new Mathematics teaching block was opened in September 2013.


Furze Platt Senior School Greenpower team was formed in 2003 and has had national success.[2]

Management Team

The school is led by Headteacher – Dr A Morrison, with a Deputy Headteacher, Mr James Sheppard and six Assistant Headteachers [3]

School Houses

The School House system consists of eight competing houses named after towns on the River Thames.

House Head of House Colour of House Department
Bisham Miss Jessica Thorogood Yellow MFL
Bray Miss Danielle Boseley Orange PE
Cookham Miss Emily Holmes Blue Art
Dorney Mr Chris Djaelani Green PE
Eton Mrs Donna Sharp Light Green
Henley Mr Andrew Molin Burgundy Science
Marlow Mr Holden Whitaker Red PE
Windsor Mrs Charlotte Ridgley Purple PE


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