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Find out more about our Partner Schools

Find out more about our Partner Schools

Young Crossrail works with nine partner schools from across London which are close to the route. We work with staff to build a sustainable relationship that raises awareness of Crossrail, challenges preconceptions and encourages students to consider engineering and construction-related careers

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Elizabeth Garratt Anderson (EGA) School is an all-girls’ school in Islington. The school was rated as Outstanding in its last OFSTED inspection. EGA is based between Kings Cross and Angel Stations is approximately one mile from Crossrail’s Farringdon Station. The school is named in honour of Elizabeth Garratt Anderson, the first women to gain a medical qualification in the UK.

Visit the Elizabeth Garratt Anderson website for more information about the school:

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Maria Fidelis Catholic School is a co-educational school in Camden. The school was an all girls school until September 2013. Maria Fidelis is based on two sites near Euston station and is less than a mile from Crossrail’s Tottenham Court Road Station. The school was founded in 1830 and was at first an industrial school financed by charitable appeals.

Visit the Maria Fidelis Catholic School website for more information about the school:

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Rokeby School is an all-boys school in Newham. The school is a specialist mathematics and language school. Rokeby is based in Canning Town and is close to a number of Crossrail work sites including the Victoria Dock Portal and the Limmo Peninsular Shaft. In 2010, the school relocated to a new building on the Barking Road.

Visit the Rokeby School website for more information about the school:

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Royal Greenwich University Technical College (UTC) is a new co-educational UTC for students aged 14-19 in Greenwich which opened in 2013. The UTC specialises in engineering and construction and is sponsored by the University of Greenwich as well as Transport for London and Wates. Greenwich UTC is close to the new Crossrail Woolwich Station. The school offers both academic and technical qualifications.

Visit Royal Greenwich University Technology College website for more information about the school:

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Swanlea School is co-educational school in Tower Hamlets. The school was rated as Outstanding in its last OFSTED inspection. Swanlea is based in Whitechapel and is next door to site of the Crossrail Whitechapel worksite. The school was the built in 1993 and was one of the first schools in the county to be granted Business and Enterprise specialist status in 2002.

Visit the Swanlea School website for more information about the school:

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Westminster Academy is a co-educational academy school in Westminster. The school was rated as Outstanding in its last OFSTED inspection. Westminster Academy is based near Royal Oak is close the Westbourne Park work site as well as Crossrail’s Paddington Station. The school is an International Business and Enterprise Academy which moved to its current, purpose-built site in 2007.

Visit the Westminster Academy website for more information about the school:

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St Marylebone CE School is a high achieving  secondary girls school with a mixed 6th Form located off the Marylebone Road in the London Borough of Westminster. Its aims are to achieve the highest standards of effort, behaviour and commitment so that all pupils have an opportunity to realise their full potential. It has specialisms in Performing Arts, Maths & Computing and Communication & Interaction; it is an Academy, rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted and a National Teaching School.

Visit the St Marylebone CE School website for more information about the school:​

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St Paul's Way Trust School is a mixed comprehensive 4-18 school in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. The School became a Foundation Trust School in March 2010. The Foundation Trust comprises Queen Mary, University of London, King's College London, University of East London, University of Warwick, Catlin Group Limited, London Borough of Tower Hamlets and Tower Hamlets NHS. In March 2013 Ofsted described the school as outstanding in every category. This follows a sustained and rapid improvement in GCSE results that ranked the school amongst the 'most improved schools in England' for 3 consecutive years. The School is a Faraday Science Specialist School.

Visit the St Paul's Way Trust School website for more information about the school:

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Oasis Academy Silvertown is a secondary Free School which opened in the Silvertown Quays area in September 2014. The new school has been developed in partnership with Britannia Village Primary School, recently judged “Outstanding” in all areas (OFSTED May 2013), and other local primary schools.  Oasis Academy's vision is to create a new academy based on the belief that all students, regardless of background or ability, should be able to fulfil their potential as they develop aspirations, self-belief, justice and respect for community and one another. 

Visit the Oasis Academy website for more information about the school:

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