Charlton School


Charlton School
Charlton School
Motto Scientia veritas est
(Knowledge is truth)
Established 1960's
Type Secondary School
Head Principal Mr Renshaw
Specialism Science College
Location Severn Drive
Telford
Shropshire
TF1 3LE
England
Local authority Telford and Wrekin
DfE URN 123597
Ofsted Reports
Students 1133
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–16
Houses Owen, Darwin, Clive & Webb
Colours Navy & Blue
Website charlton.uk.com

Coordinates: 52°42′51″N 2°31′22″W / 52.71403°N 2.52284°W / 52.71403; -2.52284

The Charlton School is a Science College in Telford, Shropshire, England. It is consistently among the best performing comprehensive schools in the Telford & Wrekin Local Education Authority.

The Charlton is a successful[citation needed] secondary school in the Telford and Wrekin area. It has a wide range of subjects available to take for GCSE. The school is now part of a "Dothill-Charlton Federation", a collaboration with the neighbouring Dothill Primary school.

Background

Founded in the 1960s, the school was originally an all girls school. The school's catchment area includes the small towns surrounding it like Wellington and Bratton. A few head teachers in the past have been successful and enjoyed working at the school. In 2003 a sports hall was built and in the following year the school was officially opened as a Science College.

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