<p>Plashet is a popular girls' secondary school, which draws students from across the London Borough of Newham and from neighbouring boroughs. The school is housed in two buildings on opposite sides of Plashet Grove, linked by the award-winning Plashet Unity Bridge. East Ham Tube Station and High Street North are within 5 minutes’ walk of the school. </p><p>Plashet has a long history dating back to 1932 when the East Ham Grammar School for Girls first opened on the South site. In the 1950s, the North site was built and Plashet County Secondary Modern School for Girls was opened. These two schools were amalgamated into Plashet School in 1972 and the two sites were physically linked by the Unity Bridge in November 2000. This has provided a safer and quicker way to cross the very busy street separating the buildings. </p><p>Plashet school caters for students from Year 7 through to Year 11. There are 1,350 students on roll, with a nine form entry in each year group. </p><p>Our students are highly motivated and are keen to learn and to achieve their potential.</p><p>Our parents are very supportive of the school and the school is highly regarded by the local community. Plashet School benefits from a hardworking and committed Governing Body which acts effectively as a 'critical friend'. </p><p>We encourage respect from all members of the school community and value all cultures, religions and backgrounds. Our mission statement 'working together to promote and celebrate achievement' underpins all our work.</p>
Phase: Secondary Schools
No. of Pupils: 1346
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