Crofton School

Crofton School is a coeducational foundation secondary school, located in Stubbington, Hampshire, England. The school has around 1200 students aged between 11-16. The school accepts pupils from the areas of: Stubbington, Hill Head, Titchfield, Peel Common, Gosport and Locks Heath.
Crofton opened in 1974 as a purpose-built mixed comprehensive school. Currently the headteacher is Simon Harrison who was appointed in January 2017 from his role as Assistant Head at Swanmore College. Crofton was awarded Specialist Science Status in 2005 but this has since been revoked.
Crofton has three 'feeder' schools: The Croft, Crofton Hammond Junior School and Crofton Anne Dale Junior School. Attendance at one of these feeder schools is a factor in admission to Crofton School.
The retired 'merits' system, in which students would receive coloured counters to place in their house tubes, has been replaced with the new system found on Show My Homework called 'kudos'. Previously, issues would arise over the Newton house reportedly cheating by asking their tutors for counters, meaning that the old 'house award' is overly decorated in green ribbons. This sparked the more modern change as younger students belonging to other houses began to complain.