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axmundham Free School is part of the Seckford Foundation Free Schools Trust offing a traditional curriculum to enable students to flourish academically.


The students’ educational experiences are broadened beyond the strong academic focus of the School with enrichment sessions every Wednesday afternoon as an integral part of the curriculum. Activities include Combined Cadet Force, Duke of Edinburgh Award,


work For those interested in experience,


computer science GCSE, horse riding and more.


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In March 2018 the School maintained its ‘Good’ Ofsted, with Leadership and Management


and Pastoral Care rated


as ‘Outstanding’, inspectors praising the School’s high aspirations and expectations of its students and staff.


As a small school all students are able to come together in a strong and supportive community to celebrate successes. In 2018 the School celebrated excellent GCSE results, with 63% of students achieving at least a grade 4 in English and maths and 36% of students achieved the highest grades (grade 7, 8 and 9).


There were many success stories including former Head Girl Lauren, who achieved 10 GCSEs at grade 7 or above. Lauren is particularly pleased with her results as they have brought her closer to her dream of becoming a doctor.


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Saxmundham Free School, school tours are available every day and offer the chance to view the School running on a normal day, where you will experience a school focusing on every student achieving their potential through a culture of high academic, personal and social expectations and aspirations.


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