Rastrick High School
|Rastrick High School|
Field Top Road
|Type||Academy and |
|Motto||"Working together for individual success."|
|Department for Education URN||137444 Tables|
|Age||11 to 18|
The school was formed in 1985 following the merger of Rastrick Grammar School and Reinswood Secondary School. However, its history can be traced back to 1621. The school is a technology specialist school and provides design and technology specialist equipment for student use.
This article's list of alumni may not follow Wikipedia's verifiability policy. (October 2013)
Rastrick Grammar SchoolEdit
- Christopher Paul Baker, travel writer and photographer, and adventure motorcyclist
- Richard Blakey a former England and Yorkshire cricketer.
- John Ellis, Labour MP for Bristol North West from 1966–70 and Brigg and Scunthorpe
- Sir (Albert) Larry Lamb, editor of the Daily Express from 1983–6 and of The Sun from 1969–72 and 1975–81
- Sir John E. Walker, Professor of Molecular Bioenergetics at the University of Cambridge since 2002, and winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1997 for discovery of an enzyme mechanism in the synthesis of Adenosine triphosphate
Former and current teachersEdit