Crompton House is Church of England Secondary School, judged ‘Good with outstanding behaviour and safety’ by Ofsted.
It is school with an inclusive Christian ethos where every student is valued and treated as an individual. It is a school of high standards and expectations which encourages and supports students to achieve their very best. The school motto of ‘Loving God, Caring for Others and Achieving Excellence’ is central to everything they do. When young people join the school, they become part of the school family and through this develop their potential through academic success, persona, spiritual and social development and self -discipline, based on the beliefs and values of Christian faith. There is a substantial offer of extra-curricular activities, from Duke of Edinburgh Award, sport, music and drama. All offer excellent opportunities for each child to develop their talent and future potential.
Crompton House has a passionate and dedicated teaching and support staff who are fully committed to ensuring that all children experience not only the highest quality educational opportunities, but also that each individual learns and grows within a supportive and caring environment.
Academic standards are very high, and attainment is well above the national average. The school curriculum offers a personalised approach, meeting the needs and abilities of each young person, whether they are gifted and talented or have special educational needs.
As a Voluntary Aided Church of England School, pupils and parents are expected to be fully supportive of the Christian principles which form the foundation of the education and care provided. The school intake reflects the commitment of parents to a Christian foundation and also recognises other faiths and service to others.