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School Contact Details
Cornelius Vermuyden School
Tel: (01268) 685011
Fax: (01268) 510290
Headteacher: Mr I Hockey
General School Enquiries should be directed to Adele Beckman on firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs K Hibben (SENCO) email@example.com Tel: 01268 685011
Mr P Fuller (Safeguarding Governor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Our school's most recent Ofsted report can
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Find out more about the curriculum at
Cornelius Vermuyden School by clicking below
View our equality objectives belowDOWNLOAD
View our School Behaviour Policy hereDOWNLOAD
View our School Complaint ProcedureDOWNLOAD
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View the school's latest financial benchmarking information hereVIEW HERE
View our Governors page here for all detailsVIEW HERE
View our Charging & Remissions Policy hereVIEW HERE
Cornelius Vermuyden School seeks to provide a quality education within a supportive, caring and disciplined environment to pupils of all abilities and to work with and for the local community. The schools core values are Respect, Resilience and Responsibility. For more information regarding our ethos and values please click belowVIEW HERE
We are able to offer a unique experience to learners, embracing them in an immersive environment that inspires creativity and captures imaginations. Whether the curriculum is focusing on Tudor or Roman times, Space, Underwater, or anything else you can think of, the Immersive Room will take you there.READ MORE
Wearing uniform is obligatory; all pupils must comply with the school's uniform code. Not only does the uniform and smartness of out pupils add to the school's image and prestige in the wider community, but it contributes to a business-like atmosphere conducive to achievement.READ MORE
We place a strong emphasis on pupils participating in activities beyond their regular timetable. These activities develop pupils' social skills, as well as their particular talents and interests. Involvement in such activities also creates a more rounded individual that future employers and colleges look out for.READ MORE