Ilford County High School is an 11 to 18 school rather than an 11-16 school with a Sixth Form. The vast majority of boys remain at school for seven years and transfer to university following A Level courses.
The curriculum of the school reflects this and throughout seeks to establish high standards of academic success both in terms of the knowledge required by the examination process and, more importantly, developing the skill of independence, responsibility and resilience increasingly required by both higher Education and future employers.
We maintain a broad and balanced curriculum through the Main School to GCSE examination in Year 11. Click the links below to visit each subject for a description on the department, staff details, useful links and subject content.