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Egglescliffe School
Urlay Nook Road, Eaglescliffe, TS16 0LA, UK Stockton-on-Tees
Tel. 01642 352570

Egglescliffe is a very successful and lively school. 

We believe in offering the highest quality education, both in the classroom and through our extensive extra curricular activities. We value good relationships between staff and pupils, placing a high premium on our friendly, purposeful atmosphere. Good behaviour, hard work, student participation and partnership with parents are all central to our high levels of achievement. 

We are an ambitious school and our acheivements have been widely recognised.

Our GCSE results have been above 75% 5A*-C grades for the last two years. Our two inspection reports (1996 & 2000) were identified, by the Chief Inspector of Schools in his annual report, as amongst the best in the country. In Nov. 2005 the latest Ofsted inspection rated the school as "outstanding". We were a Beacon School 2004-2005 and achieved a 4th re-designation as an Investor in People organisation in Spring 2006. We have a range of awards including an Artsmark Gold, a Sportsmark, an International School Award and we are an Enterprise Pathfinder school. We were designated a specialist school for the Performing Arts in 1999, one of only 29 in the country at that time. In 2003 we were given the Anne Rumney Award, by the Technology Colleagues Trust, for being the best Arts College in the country. In 2006 we were designated a Lead Creative School.

Egglescliffe is committed to:

  • Giving everyone the opportunity to achieve his or her full potential
  • providing support, care, and guidance for each person as a valued individual
  • creating an active partnership with the local community
  • working in an attractive, stimulating and safe environment 
Egglescliffe school seeks to help all individuals to:
  • form successful personal relationships
  • understand their strengths and weaknesses
  • build self esteem and self confidence
  • develop a sense of responsibility
  • understand the importance of qualities such as honesty, reliability, self discipline, tolerance, respect and concern for others

Egglescliffe school seeks to provide a curriculum which:

  • complies with all statutory requirements and is challenging for all.
  • is broad, balanced, relevant and appropriate for each individual.
  • equips pupils for their role as citizens.

  • enables pupils to acquire knowledge and skills relevant to work, leisure and all aspects of adult life.
  • encourages pupils to develop lively, enquiring minds.
  • ensures that pupils understand the need for a responsible approach to a healthy lifestyle.
  • develops literacy, numeracy, communication and information skills
  • encourages initiative, creativity and self expression.
  • develops an awareness of spiritual, social, moral and multi-cultural understanding.
  • encourages an awareness of environmental issues.
  • encourages habits of independent learning.

Egglescliffe School actively encourages:

  • a broad range of extra-curricular activities which extend and enrich pupils' experience and learning

  • close working relationships with parents, governors and outside agencies.
  • equal value and opportunity for every member of the school community. This informs all strategies and policies, schemes of work, styles of teaching and learning and methods of evaluation and assessment.
  • a positive and pro-active system of pastoral care which includes guidance for pupils at all points of transition.
  • care and support for teaching and non teaching staff. Professional development, INSET, appraisal and annual reviews ensure that the contribution of each individual is acknowledged.
  • staff and pupils to view education as a life long process.

Modern Facilities and Resources

  • Eight networked computer rooms, including a multi-media room, all with Internet access and E-mail.
  • Sixth form common room, study rooms and PC suite.
  • Re-furbished and computerised Library and Resources Centre, with new book stock, multi-media PCs and sixth form reference section.
  • A Music suite with recording studio, PC suite for composition, rehearsal area and practice rooms.
  • Modern, well equipped dining rooms with contemporary furniture supporting the drive towards healthy eating.

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