Brine Leas School

Brine Leas School
Address
Audlem Road
Nantwich
Cheshire
CW5 7DY
Tel
01270 625663
Fax
01270 610373
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Brine Leas School, Nantwich is a state school for boys and girls aged from 11 to 18.

Local authority:

Cheshire East

Pupils:

1310

Religion:

Non-denominational


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The school is over subscribed and takes from up to 33 primary schools. The House system underpins everything we do and students are encouraged to take part in different events. In Maths there is the opportunity for early entry and the curriculum is stretching and appropriate. Since becoming an Academy in 2010 there has been considerable building work which has enhanced the facilities on site. BL6... Read More

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