Cornelius Vermuyden School

Cornelius Vermuyden School

Cornelius Vermuyden School

基本資料 | Information

Cornelius Vermuyden School is a secondary school with academy status for boys and girls ages 11–16 with a specialism in the arts. Located in Canvey Island, Essex, the school is named after the Dutch land engineer Sir Cornelius Vermuyden (1595-1683) who reclaimed large areas of fenland in England, and supervised the construction of the sea walls around Canvey in 1623.[1] Designed by Nicholas Hare Architects, the school was built 2010-2012 and replaced the majority of the schools' first buildings which were opened in the early 1970s.

The school holds the Sportsmark award and the Specialist Schools Trust have recognised the school in their 'Most Improved Schools Club'. Pupils from the school were involved in the creation of a large mosaic on Canvey seafront in 2007. The project was funded by Essex County Council and the BP petrol company, and the results earned the praise of the chairman of Castle Point Council's environment committee.

The Karslake Centre was opened on 15 September 2005 by Paul Karslake.

制服介紹 | Uniform Intro

校園 | Campus