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Croxley Danes
School will:

deliver lessons and extra-curricular activities that enthuse and engage children who enjoy coming to school


Working together with St Clement Danes School

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build good relationships with each family, based  on mutual trust and open communication

provide a safe and happy environment where confidence, achievement and a sense of belonging thrives

employ great teachers to ensure consistently high quality and effective learning for children of all abilities

Croxley Danes School is a new, all-ability, co-educational state secondary school serving South West Hertfordshire which will open in September 2017.  It will provide a high quality education to 1206 students aged 11-18. St Clement Danes School, an outstanding, oversubscribed school in Chorleywood, will act as a blueprint for the new school and its Headteacher, Dr Josephine Valentine, a National Leader in Education, will become the Executive Headteacher. When it opens, Croxley Danes School will address a substantial shortfall in secondary places for 2017 and beyond and will become the first-choice school for the surrounding area.

It will provide a safe, happy environment where excellence and aspiration are encouraged and where an ethos of mutual trust allows girls and boys to celebrate one another’s achievements. Highly skilled, qualified teachers will ensure that the focus is on excellence in teaching and enjoyment in learning and that every child is known. In collaboration with St Clement Danes, there will be a comprehensive enrichment and extension programme to provide opportunities for students in areas such as music and sport.

With an extended day and state of the art facilities for hire, Croxley Danes School will quickly become the hub of the local community.​

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create an ethos
​ where children are responsible, respectful and considerate  of others