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Stonehill High School

The Stonehill High School
Established 1959
Headteacher Alan Monks
Deputy Head Ms D. Fox
Assistand Head Mrs S. Hall
Location

Stonehill Avenue
Birstall
Leicestershire
LE4 4JH
England Coordinates: 52°41′09″N 1°07′14″W / 52.68593°N 1.12067°W / 52.68593; -1.12067

Local authority Leicestershire
DfE URN Ofsted Reports
Students 635 Max capacity 771
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–14
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The Stonehill High School is an 11-14 middle school in Birstall Leicestershire adjacent to the Specialist Technology College Longslade Community College which takes most of its pupils. The school has a designated speech and language centre that serves Leicestershire pupils with statements of special educational needs.[1] It has Healthy School and International School awards.[1] It's also a very well sociable school. The school incorporates many core subjects, being: English, Maths, Science, French, Design Technology and Art, ICT, Physical Education, Citizenship and Religious Education and Performing Arts. The school has recently been funded to become a Technology Specialist school, as it is part of The Longslade Family of schools which is already a Technology Specialist college.

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  • [1] SATS results 2009
  • [2] LEA summary.
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