It is with great pleasure and much pride that we welcome you to Sedgehill School’s website.

We are a school for 11-to-18 year olds with high standards and high expectations for all members of our community – students and teachers.  At Sedgehill, we are committed to ensuring that teaching and learning is of the highest quality so that all students can achieve their potential.  We provide an engaging and challenging curriculum designed to stretch and challenge all of our students to achieve their goals – to gain the grades required by top universities, or to win places on high quality apprentice schemes, or whatever other individual goals they may have.  Students with additional needs receive specialist support from our experienced inclusion team.

We are fortunate to benefit from state of the art facilities in performing arts and physical education and are committed to broadening the extracurricular experience of our students.  Sports, music, dance, drama, art and Duke of Edinburgh clubs run regularly at lunch and after school.  We are particularly proud to be part of the Andrew Lloyd Webber programme, under which all Year 7 students receive a violin and are taught how to play it.

From September 2017, we will be working in partnership with the United Learning group – a group of schools that aims to provide excellent education to children and young people across the country. As the new executive headteacher and headteacher, we bring many years of experience in how to make rapid improvements in London schools, both in United Learning schools and elsewhere.  We will bring all that experience to bear at Sedgehill.

Sedgehill School is a vibrant and inclusive community and the staff and we welcome you to our website.

Jan Shadick                                                    Clare Cassidy
Executive Headteacher                                   Headteacher