Wapping High School: a 11-16 community school
Raising aspirations, broadening horizons and ensuring better outcomes for all its students, Wapping High School builds upon the diversity of student backgrounds, providing all students with a truly personalised curriculum to enable enhanced learning and the development of inquisitive minds.
The school day at Wapping High School is extended to allow all students to participate in a range of exciting and stimulating enrichment activities.
Wapping and Shadwell are home to eight well supported primary schools, attended by around 2,000 pupils drawn from a genuinely mixed community. Historically on reaching the age of 11, many of these children had no obvious secondary school to go to. Each year a significant number of families moved out of the area as a result of this lack of provision. In 2012, the parent led Wapping and Shadwell Secondary Education Trust (WSSET) set up Wapping High School, a co-educational free school for children aged 11 - 16.
Wapping High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Our designated safeguarding person is Mr Will Overill. If you have any safeguarding concerns you may contact him by emailing email@example.com
The Headteacher, Head of SEN and Head of Fleet House are all Level 3 Designated Person trained. For more details see our safeguarding policy
Headteacher: Karin Rowsell
Chair of Governors: Mr Jon Cheyne
Type of school: Free School
Owned by: The Wapping and Shadwell Secondary Education Trust (WSSET)
11 - 16
Enterprise and Innovation
170 (in 2014), 420 (from 2016)
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% students on FSM: 51.1 %
% students with SEND: 21.7 %
% students with EAL: 18.1 %