Court Moor School

Court Moor School

About the school

Court Moor School, based in Fleet, Hampshire, is a secondary, community school for children between the ages of 11 and 16. The coeducational establishment has around 1,093 students enrolled at the moment. It has the capacity to have 1,100 children on the premises. It is a non-denominational school.


Paul Jenkins

Values and Vision

Court Moor promises to give every child a balanced, fun and enriching curriculum. Teachers aim to help students develop new skills and opportunities. The school wants students to leave the establishment as life-long learners. They can learn new skills such as ICT and mathematics. They are also taught to have respect for their peers and understand what is going on in the world. The school’s motto is “a great place to be and a place to be great”. Students get the chance to volunteer in the local community and take part in clubs.

Ofsted report

“Students are very happy, feel safe and enjoy coming to this school; attendance is well above average. Their exceptionally respectful and considerate behaviour contributes significantly to the calm and purposeful atmosphere in the school. Students achieve well; most usually gain better than average GCSE results across the majority of subjects. Throughout the school, they demonstrate confidence in tackling work of a high level. Their education at this school equips students well for post-16 and higher education. Teaching is typically good and sometimes outstanding. Excellent relationships enable teachers to know students well. This means they can plan lessons that help them to make good progress.”

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