Monmouthshire / Sir Fynwy

Secondary schools

Secondary schools in Monmouthshire

All mainstream secondary schools in Monmouthshire are mixed comprehensive schools and serve 11 to 19 year olds. These are situated close to the four major towns in Monmouthshire.

All schools provide a broad and balanced curriculum and offer many additional opportunities through a wide range of extra curricular activities. They take place outside lesson times offering children the best opportunity to develop themselves as an individual, socially and academically.

GCSE, AS and A level results in Monmouthshire schools consistently achieve grades above the Welsh average.

Monmouthshire secondary school Estyn inspections provide you with information regarding the most recent inspection reports.

Caldicot School

(Incorporating special needs units for mild and severe learning difficulties)

Mrs S Gwyer-Roberts, Headteacher
Ms M Lawrence, admissions contact

Caldicot School
Woodstock Way
Caldicot
Monmouthshire
NP26 5XA

Tel: 01291 426436

contactus@caldicotschool.com
www.caldicotschool.com

Admission Number 2012/2013: 273
Number of 2011/2012 applications received prior to closing date: 239

Chepstow School

Ms Claire Price, Headteacher
Mrs H Masters, Enrolment contact

Chepstow School
Welsh Street
Chepstow
Monmouthshire
NP16 5LR

01291 635777

info@chepstowschool.net
www.chepstowschool.net

Admission number 2011/2012: 216
Admission Number 2012/2013: 191
Number of 2010/2011 applications received prior to closing date: 136

King Henry VIII Comprehensive

Mr N Oaten, Headteacher
Mrs L Sheppherd, Enrolment contact

King Henry VIII Comprehensive School
Old Hereford Road
Abergavenny
Monmouthshire
NP7 6EP

01873 735373

kinghenrycomprehensive@monmouthshire.gov.uk
www.kinghenryviiischool.org.uk

Admission number 2011/2012: 248
Admission Number 2012/2013: 242
Number of 2011/2012 applications received prior to closing date: 160

Monmouth Comprehensive School

Vaughn Davies, Headteacher
Ms S Bradley, Enrolment contact

Monmouth Comprehensive School
Old Dixton Road
Monmouth
Monmouthshire
NP25 3YT

01600 775177

monmouthcomprehensive@monmouthshire.gov.uk
www.monmouth.monmoodle.co.uk/

Admission number 2011/2012: 273
Admission Number 2012/2013: 270
Number of 2011/2012 applications received prior to closing date: 247

Mounton House Special School

Mr P Absalom, Headteacher and enrolment contact
Mounton House Special School

Pwllmeyric
Chepstow
Monmouthshire
NP16 6LA

01291 635642

mountonhouse@monmouthshire.gov.uk
www.mountonhouse.org.uk/

Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw

Secondary school

Mr E Griffiths, Headteacher

Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw
Folly Road
Trevethin
Pontypool
Torfaen
NP4 8JD

Phone: 01495 750405

head.ysgolgyfungwynllyw@torfaen.gov.uk
www.gwynllyw.weebly.com

Admission number: 145

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