Chipping Campden School is a non-selective Secondary Academy offering a broad and comprehensive curriculum.

Results & Reports

Student progress at our school places us in the top 25% of all schools nationally, with levels of student attainment well above national standards.


The curriculum at Chipping Campden School is a rich tapestry of knowledge that draws on the best that has been thought and said.

Our School


Ofsted Report


Term Dates

Our Culture

Pastoral Provision

School Policies

Careers & Work Experience

Student Welfare

Keeping Students Safe

We believe that one of the key roles of our school is to provide a caring, positive, safe and stimulating environment

Special Education Needs

The SEND provision at Chipping Campden School is led by Miss N Buckingham, Assistant Principal: Director of Inclusion (SENCo).

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium money has been allocated to schools and is clearly identifiable in the budget of individual schools.

Upcoming Events



John Fereby was a clerk to the Royal Household at the Court of Henry V (1413-1422) and Henry VI (1422-1471) and was appointed by the Crown to numerous posts.  In 1408 he was given the Wardenship of the Hospital of St Michael at Llanderweryn and in 1410 he became Controller of the custom and the subsidy of wools, with the keeping of part of the coket seal. (See More)


Baptist Hicks (1550/51-1629) was a very wealthy London merchant who gained a knighthood and other honours from James I, presumably because he loaned the king thousands of pounds when he came to the throne in 1603.  He owned land and property all over England and acquired the Manor of Campden in 1612. (See More)


George Townsend was a lawyer of Lincoln’s Inn. He died on or about 14 September 1683, leaving a Will that has had considerable impact on the School and Campden over the centuries. (See More)

Open Evening

This evening is for prospective Year 7 students joining in September – booking is not required.

Date and Time:
Thursday 26th September 2024

There will be three opportunities to hear the Principal’s Address throughout the evening: 5.45pm, 6.30pm or 7.15pm. This is optional to attend but you will need to collect a ticket from Reception (on the night) to avoid overcrowding.