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Hendon School

Hendon School Hendon School is a larger-than-average-sized school, with languages specialist
status. A well-above-average proportion of students are known to be eligible for free
school meals. The proportion of students whose first language is not English is well
above average, as is the proportion of students from minority ethnic heritages. The
proportion of students who have special educational needs and/or disabilities is
average overall, with a well-above-average proportion having statements of special
educational needs, mostly for hearing impairment. The school has a range of
accreditations, including International School Status and Artsmark Gold award. The
school has recently been selected as one of a small number of Arts Award Good
Practice Centres across the country. The school has a hearing impaired unit with
space for 20 students and in September 2008 opened the local authority’s first
resourced provision to support students with Autism Spectrum Conditions in a
mainstream secondary school. A new sixth-form centre opened in September 2011
and the school recently converted to academy status.

Pupils' Art Works

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