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Information & Guidance, Ofsted Report, and Policies

In this section we set out in some detail our position on how we care for our pupils, the curriculum we offer, standards that we expect and a number of organisational aspects to school life at Shoeburyness High School.

We will endeavour to deliver the complete package as described.  We believe we have the right to ask parents who have chosen Shoeburyness High School as the school for their children to work with us to make their child’s time at school a successful and enriching experience.

A good home-school partnership will ensure that children have the best possible conditions for success.

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Information & Guidance

Ofsted Report


 Shoeburyness High School is rated Good by Ofsted in the last inspection in 2013

"Students achieve well and make good progress, regardless of their starting points or backgrounds.” (Ofsted 2013)


“The school supports children with learning and is always welcoming and buzzing with life.” (Parent quote Ofsted 2013)


To view the 2013 full Ofsted report please click on the link below.

Click here to download RV5 Final 412861.pdf


Prospectus 2015 - 2016



Child Safeguarding at Shoeburyness High School


Child Safeguarding is at the forefront of all we do at Shoeburyness High School.

All our staff receive training annually and are reminded of the very clear and high expectations placed upon them as professionals working with young people. This includes training on the Prevent, CSE, FGM and other safeguarding areas to be addressed.

All members of staff are recognisable by their identity badge and all post-16 students wear a identity lanyard. Any visitors to the school must sign in and, if the school does not have a copy of a valid DBS check, will be escorted at all times by a member of staff.

Risk assessments are in place for all changing areas and regularly updated by school leaders. This includes areas which are jointly used with the local community such as Shoeburyness Leisure Centre.

Please see below a copy of our Child Safeguarding Policy and the DfE Keepjng Children Safe in Education handout.

Click here to download Child Protection Procedures & Named Staff.pdf

Click here to download Keeping_children_safe_in_education_Part_1.pdf

Click here to download SAFEGUARDING Policy Sept 2017.pdf

Staff List

The School's Offer (for students with SEN)

SEN Information Report 2017