Borchester Green Comprehensive School A GSG School
- Borchester Green Comprehensive School
- Head: Mr Andy Marshall BSc
- A mainstream state school for pupils aged from 11 to 16
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Isle of Scilly
- Pupils: 630
- Religion: Not Applicable
- Review: View the Good Schools Guide Review
- Linked schools: St Francis RC Preparatory School, Loxley Barrett Primary School, Felpersham Cathedral School
What the Good Schools Guide says..
Four pupils took 5+ GCSEs in 2011 with surprising results. Most popular subjects are pig maintenance, badger bashing, hoeing, advanced hoeing and applied hoeing – all with notable success. Introduction of PSHE has done much to enhance the local birth...
What the school says...
This is a fictitious school - linked to the BBC Radio 4 soap, The Archers.
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What The Good Schools Guide saysFour pupils took 5+ GCSEs in 2011 with surprising results. Most popular subjects are pig maintenance, badger bashing, hoeing, advanced hoeing and applied hoeing – all with notable success. Introduction of PSHE has done much to enhance the local birth rate and citizenship classes ensure that all know the recreational properties of the locally available veterinary drugs and where to find the Jobcentre on leaving at 16
Since 2008, Mr Andy Marshall BSc NPQH (mid-forties). Mr Marshall was previously deputy head at the now defunct Meadow Rise Comprehensive School where he had a transformative effect on performance and results, reportedly putting the school - many years in special measures – finally out of its misery. Dashing in track suit and trainers, Mr Marshall is every inch the modern head. A PE specialist, he insists on an