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Anstey Martin High School

Martin High School
Established 1957[1]
Type Academy
Headteacher Martin Furniss[2]
Location

Link Road
Anstey
Leicestershire
LE7 7EB
England Coordinates: 52°40′41″N 1°11′28″W / 52.678°N 1.191°W / 52.678; -1.191

DfE number
DfE URN Ofsted Pre-academy reports
Students 624[2]
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–14
Website

The Martin High School is a coeducational middle school with academy status, located in the village of Anstey, Leicestershire, on the outskirts of Leicester. The school serves about 600 students aged from 11 to 14, accepting students from nearby Beaumont Leys, Glenfield, Thurcaston and Cropston as well as some students from New Parks.

The school has won awards such as The Healthy Schools Award and in its most recent Ofsted inspection the school was graded "outstanding".[3]

History

The Martin High School was founded in 1957 and was named after Sir Robert Martin, Chairman of the Leicester County Council, in honor of his public service.[1]

Rating

In a recent survey Anstey Martin was ranked as the 10th best school for students aged 11 to 14 in the country, as well as the 3rd best school in Leicestershire.

Notable former pupils

References

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