What primary schools are there in Waddesdon?
Waddesdon Village Primary School is a mixed community primary school, which has approximately 200 pupils from the age of 4 through to 11. The village is also home to Waddesdon Church of England School, a secondary school which holds over 1000 students and staff.
What secondary schools are there in Waddesdon?
Waddesdon Church of England School is a mixed secondary school in the village of Waddesdon, in Buckinghamshire. In September 2011 the school became an Academy. It takes children from the age of 11 through to the age of 18 and has approximately 950 pupils, including a sixth form of approximately 200 students. It is a Church of England school and is the only Church of England secondary school in Buckinghamshire. It is administered by the Oxford Diocese.
The school was opened in July 1962 with about 200 students. It was built on land from the Waddesdon Manor estate, which was donated by Dorothy de Rothschild. The school maintains a close relationship with the Rothschild family and the school badge combines the five arrows from the Rothschild coat of arms with the Christian symbol of the cross.
Ofsted has judged the school to be outstanding on three successive inspections, and the school is included in Ofsted’s outstanding providers list.