Marshland High School

Marshland High School

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Marshland High School is an 11-16 co-educational comprehensive secondary modern school in the Fenland area of Norfolk, England, situated in the village of West Walton, Wisbech. The school itself is different from most neighbouring secondary schools in that it is relatively small. The school attempts to provides a positive environment for pupils and to emphasise traditional values of courtesy and co-operation. The school currently has just over 800 pupils on roll,; a figure that is not likely to increase. The most recent government inspection report judged that the school was good.

Motto

In 1994 the school adopted the motto of "Celebrating the Individual" which was later changed to "Celebrating Individual Achievement" and remains current to this day. The motto emphasizes that each and every pupil is a separate individual, with different talents, skills and needs. Accordingly, the school tries to devise systems which allow for each pupil to develop at an appropriate pace.

Campus

The school campus comprises a number of buildings, the oldest being built in 1927, which formed part of the old West Walton village school. The campus was extended in the 1960s with the addition of a library, main hall, cafeteria and new classrooms. The building work continued throughout the following decades when a new maths block, music classroom and sports hall were added in the 1980s; followed by a humanities block, design centre and further science laboratories in the...
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