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Sir Joseph Williamson’s Mathematical School (or ‘the Math’ as it is known locally) is a boys’ grammar school with 1180 students on roll that admits girls in the sixth form, and is regularly oversubscribed. The school became an Academy in April 2011.

We are a National Support School and the Chief Executive is a National Leader of Education.  The school is also one of the first 100 schools in the country to have been designated a National Teaching School.

In November 2008, we received our second consecutive ‘outstanding’ judgement from OFSTED, with the lead inspector noting in her report that ‘a buzz of excitement pervades the school.’

Our aim is to support young people in becoming happy, confident and active citizens, ready to play a leading role in whatever walk of life they choose.  We do this by ensuring our students achieve the best possible academic outcomes, while at the same time encouraging them to play a full and active part in the wider life of the school.

 


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    • Appeals for September 2015 02/06/2015

      Appeals for September 2015

      Appeals for September 2015 ...Read More

    • The Rochester Math School Players proudly present their latest production, Grease. 19/05/2015

      The Rochester Math School Players proudly present their latest production, Grease.

      The Rochester Math School Players proudly present their latest production, the familiar favourite Grease. ...Read More

    • Current Vacancies 29/05/2015

      Current Vacancies

      Current vacancies available at the math school ...Read More

    • AS and A-Level Mathematics revision sessions 22/05/2015

      AS and A-Level Mathematics revision sessions

      Year 12 and 13 AS and A-Level Mathematics revision dates for term 6 are as follows ...Read More

    • Fulbright Scholarship 19/05/2015

      Fulbright Scholarship

      Dr Junaid Zaman, a former Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School pupil, has received a Fulbright British Heart Foundation Award to enable him to research at Stanford University on one of the most prestigious and selective scholarship programmes operating world-wide ...Read More

    • Year 12 and 13 Study Leave 06/05/2015

      Year 12 and 13 Study Leave

      Study Leave for Year 12 and 13   ...Read More

    • Study Leave 2015 22/04/2015

      Study Leave 2015

      Study Leave information... ...Read More

    • The Williamson Lecture 08/04/2015

      The Williamson Lecture

      The Williamson Lecture – Friday 8th May 2015 “How government works – and how it doesn’t: Lessons from a Math School insider”? ...Read More

    • Easter Revision Schedule 26/02/2015

      Easter Revision Schedule

      Easter Revision Schedule 2015 ...Read More

    • The Rochester Math School Players proudly present their latest production, William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew 24/03/2015

      The Rochester Math School Players proudly present their latest production, William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew

      A hilarious comedy with unforgettable characters, memorable scenes and a London in the Sixties (1960’s not 1560’s) theme to create one of the most ambitious and unique portrayals of this famous play. ...Read More