Alderman White School and Language College is smaller than the average-sized secondary school. It
incorporates post-16 provision, known as Bramcote College.
Alderman White School and Language College converted to become an academy on 1 October 2012.
When its predecessor school of the same name was last inspected by Ofsted, it was judged to be good
The school is a member of the White Hills Park Federation Trust, which also includes Bramcote School. A
single governing body for both schools is known as the board of directors. The executive headteacher leads both schools.
Four fifths of students are of White British heritage, with the others coming from several different ethnic
groups. About one in seven of the students speak English as an additional language.
About one in 15 students is disabled or has special educational needs. This proportion is below average. A quarter of students are disadvantaged and receive support from the pupil premium, which is additional
funding for students known to be eligible for free school meals and those in local authority care. This
proportion is in line with the national average.
A very small number of students in Key Stage 4 have recently taken up full-time placements at Stone Soup
Academy, a local free school which offers alternative educational provision.
The school meets the government's current floor standards, which set the minimum expectations for the
attainment and progress of students.
The executive headteacher took up his post in January 2014.
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