Four schools come together to create vibrant campus

Broomfield School campus in Wilmer Way brings together pupils of all ages from four different schools.
 
In addition to Broomfield School pupils, the campus provides classes for Bowes Southgate Green Primary School’s Reception and Year One while they await their own site. It also provides classes to support pupils with special needs from West Lea Primary School.
 
In November 2016, Winchmore School joined the campus with a new state-of-the-art sixth form block welcoming over 200 pupils. The facility is an addition to Winchmore’s main sixth-form building at its site in Laburnum Grove, Enfield.
 
The sixth form includes two new ICT suites, six teaching rooms, an up-graded Study Room, new toilets, a kitchenette, an external seating area and Wi-Fi access.
 
Pupils can now study A-levels in the facility including Computing, Economics, English language, Geography, History, Physics and Psychology, as well as BTEC diplomas in Business, Health and Social Care, ICT, Media and Sport.
 
On a recent visit to the campus, Cllr Ayfer Orhan, Enfield Council’s Cabinet Member for Education, Children’s Services and Protection, said:
 
“The vision of our schools to work collaboratively here at Broomfield has created a vibrant campus which I’ve been able to see for myself.
 
“It is a unique situation that we have four schools coming together to make the most of the opportunity that this school site brings and widening the provision for all age groups in this part of the borough”.