Waddesdon Church of England School is a co-educational 11-18 secondary school with just under 1,000 students on roll, and around 260 students in the Sixth Form. Our daily routines and educational practice are rooted in the twin values of Dignity and Respect. We take a holistic view of what it means to be educated and encourage the development of character, citizenship and the importance of building trusting and honest relationships. Our school is orderly, but joyful; it is disciplined and also recognises the unique gifts and talents of individual students.
Since being inspected in September 2006, when the school was judged by OfSTED as Outstanding, our sustained high results have validated this judgement for ten successive years. We amongst a handful of schools nationally who are in this position. We are equally proud of our links with further education and employers and see our role as co-partners in a young person’s education.
As a Church of England school within the Diocese of Oxford, our values are grounded in the Christian faith, although we welcome equally young people and staff of all faiths and none. An inspection by the Society for the Inspection of Anglican Schools in February 2013 also judged the school to be Outstanding as a Church of England school.
See what some of our staff say about working at Waddesdon School.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. All posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check.
There are currently no further vacancies.
See what the current staff think about Waddesdon below: