Myddelton College is a co-educational independent boarding and day school for pupils from 9 to 18 years, located in Denbigh, North Wales. The school was founded in September 2016 and is administered by IQ Education Limited, a company that has another school in England and links to several schools in China. There are currently 215 pupils in the school. These include 34 pupils in the primary section and 179 in the senior section, including 43 in the sixth form. There is little difference in the total number of boys and girls although this varies in particular year groups across the school. Around 68% of pupils are day pupils who live in Denbighshire, Flintshire or Conwy and about 32% are international pupils drawn from 16 different nationalities. Almost 23% of pupils come from minority ethnic groups. About 32% of pupils speak English as an additional language. A very few pupils speak Welsh as a first language or to an equivalent standard. The school does not aim to make pupils bilingual in English and Welsh, but does offer opportunities for pupils in key stages 2 and 3 to study Welsh second language. A very few pupils have a statement of special educational needs. The school offers additional learning support to a very few pupils, mainly to support their literacy development or general learning difficulties. Pupils are not selected by ability. Admissions into any year group include an interview with the headteacher and entrance base-line assessments that enable the school to establish a starting point for prospective pupils. The senior leadership team consists of the headteacher, two deputy headteachers and two assistant headteachers. The headteacher took up his post in 2017. This is the school’s first full inspection. The school describes its ethos as being base around ‘21st century learning’ and ‘the three pillars of resilience, scholarship and fellowship’. The school places great emphasis on developing the whole person ‘to be independent learners in the globalised modern economy’.
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