Fitzharrys School

Fitzharrys School, is a coeducational secondary school and sixth form located in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, in England. There are about 650 students attending. The headteacher since March 2020 is Will Speke who took over from Jonathan Dennett .[1] The school emblem that adorns the gateway and uniform badges depicts three Harriers on a light blue background.

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Northcourt Road

OX14 1NP

Coordinates51°40′54″N 1°17′03″W / 51.68171°N 1.28403°W / 51.68171; -1.28403Coordinates: 51°40′54″N 1°17′03″W / 51.68171°N 1.28403°W / 51.68171; -1.28403
Local authorityOxfordshire
Department for Education URN123257 Tables
Head teacherWill Speke
Age11 to 18
Colour(s)Blue, White and Gold

School statusEdit

Until November 2018, it was a community school administered by Oxfordshire County Council. It joined John Mason School and Rush Common School to form the Abingdon Learning Trust[2], converting to an Academy.

Since 2005, Fitzharrys School has held the status of a specialist school for technology. The specialist school status is a joint partnership between the three state secondary schools in Abingdon: Fitzharrys, John Mason School and Larkmead School. As part of the change in status and increased funding many new investments have been made.

Notable former pupilsEdit


  1. ^ "New Headteacher". Archived from the original on 2012-03-20. Retrieved 2012-03-30.
  2. ^ Abingdon Learning Trust
  3. ^ "TV presenter goes back to school (From Oxford Mail)". 2011-07-19. Retrieved 2012-03-30.
  4. ^ "The Times". Retrieved 2012-03-30.(subscription required)

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