Caterham High School

Address
Caterham Avenue
Clayhall
Ilford
Essex
IG5 0QW
Tel
020 8551 4321
Fax
020 8551 1933
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Caterham High School, Ilford is a state school for boys and girls aged from 11 to 18.

Local authority:

Redbridge

Pupils:

1201

Religion:

Non-denominational


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In 1998 Caterham is the first and only school in Redbridge to have been awarded a Charter Mark, the government's award for excellence in public service. Caterham is still Redbridge's only Charter Mark school and now in 2002 we have been awarded this again. We are particularly proud of this achievement as to win a Charter mark for the second time involves an even more rigorous selection procedure. Read More

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