Our school is a large organisation, with around 1350 young people served by around 180 staff.
Our students are aged 11 on entry and leave at age 18 (or in some cases 19 if they repeat a year in the sixth form).
All students are in one of our five houses which each have nine form groups covering Year 7 to 11 and two for the sixth form. The school's Senior Leadership Team line manage all parts of the school, covering academic, pastoral and administrative. All staff ultimately report to the headteacher, Stephen Drew.
The managment of the school by the headteacher and his staff is overseen at a strategic level by the school's governing body, led by Chair of Governors Rosemary Lovatt.
As of 1st June 2014 Brentwood County High School is an academy and is part of the Brentwood Community Academies Trust.