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Cirencester Deer Park School

Cirencester Deer Park School
Established 1966
Type Academy
Headteacher Chiquita Henson
Location Stroud Road
Cirencester
Gloucestershire
GL7 1XB
England
DfE URN 136527 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Students 1,053
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–16
Website .net.deerparkschoolwww

Cirencester Deer Park School is a Secondary school with academy status in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England.

Founded in 1966, the school combined the Secondary Modern with the Grammar School. It is situated at the top of Tetbury Hill, an area which previously was the site of a World War II American Army Hospital, in Cirencester Park. There are 1,053 pupils currently on roll at the school. In 2010, the school achieved an "Outstanding" Ofsted report.

In 1991 the sixth form was separated into an independent college, Cirencester College, which now shares the same campus as the school. New buildings were built to replace those it had lost to the college.

It became a Technology College in 1995, and a beacon school in 1999. It converted to an academy in April 2011.

Notable former pupils

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