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History and Ethos

Established in 1968, Broadwater School is a co-educational comprehensive state school for students aged 11 – 16. On the smaller side, our current student population is approximately 570. The size of the school helps to generate its distinctive ethos and atmosphere, where the individual is known and catered for.  Students are able to develop their characters and gifts, not only through their studies, but also through extensive opportunities in sport, drama, music and the arts.  High expectations of our students, our staff and our relationships ensure that we are all able to achieve personal, social and academic success.

The school received an Ofsted inspection in October 2019 under the new framework and achieved a ‘GOOD’ overall judgment with OUTSTANDING in Personal Development (click HERE to see the report).  The report details the excellent work of the school as we move towards becoming an outstanding school. 

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  • Congratulations to the Year 8 girls cricket team who came 2nd in the Surrey Schools Cricket Tournament on Monday. Player of the day was Macey H who was outstanding. Taking several wickets & leading the squad as captain, directing them on tactic's & general play. Well done girls!! Read more 11:29 AM - 15 Jun 2021
  • Do you have a talented female child in your family aged 12-18? Check out The 1 - Girls Cricket Club... Read more 04:54 PM - 14 Jun 2021
  • Behaviour and Welfare Officer Vacancy - deadline to apply 21st June. Please see Read more for more information and to apply. Read more 04:43 PM - 14 Jun 2021
  • Last chance to buy tickets for the raffle this week! Go to School Gateway\payments... Read more 11:48 AM - 18 May 2021
  • Broadwater School was delighted to receive one of the Godalming Mayor’s Volunteer’s Awards. Watch here Read more More info: Read more Video Credit: Matthew Gordon 08:35 AM - 13 May 2021