CCC Nature Reserve
AT CCC we believe in making the most of the natural environment. With the permission of the environment agency, DCC land diversity and fisheries officers we have created a nature reserve complete with a decking for pond dipping (adopted by a pair of mallards), and natural habitats for hedgehogs, mini-beasts, birds and otter. The foliage and planting lends itself to sensory walks, creative writing, personal, social, health education, art inspiration and installation, and soil and water analysis for Science.Read More
Head Boy & Girl
Firstly, as Head Boy and Head Girl, we would like to offer you a warm welcome to Cullompton Community College. We are Lewis Selley and Sophie Pratt, and with the support of our Deputies, Will Young, Connie Henderson and our Student Leadership Team, we wish to work together to create a friendly, safe environment for all of our students. We believe that each student has the potential to obtain their goals and we aim to encourage them to do so with our very high standard of teaching and education.Read more
Student leaders apply for posts of responsibility and value the opportunity to develop their leadership through supporting others.
The school council represent the student voice. Views are sought from every year group and discussed in weekly meetings. We work to make things better for the school and for the students and we believe that students have an important part to play in making the school the best it can be.
Student Leadership Team
As senior members of the school we are the student leadership team with responsibilities and specific roles linked to year groups or areas of the curriculum. Developing independence and leadership skills is important feature of life at CCC..
Students and staff at Cullompton Community College are delighted with this year’s outstanding GCSE results which represent an inspiring 14% improvement over 5 years. Students achieved 68% in the gold standard of 5+ A*-C including English and maths and scored an impressive 36% success in the Ebacc subjects of English, Mathematics, Humanities and Languages.
"Congratulations, magnificent GCSE results"
Headteacher Julie Phelan
Top class results 2015
Two of our top performers celebrate their outstanding results
Welcome from the Headteacher Mrs Phelan
Welcome to Cullompton Community College, a caring, friendly and high achieving community of approximately 550 students aged 11-16.
We are proud and delighted that an inspection by Ofsted in January 2013 confirmed Cullompton Community College to be a ‘good school.’ This follows hugely successful outcomes in GCSE examinations showing year on year improvement.
Students and staff at Cullompton Community College are absolutely delighted with this year’s exceptional GCSE results which represent massive progress for the year group and demonstrate yet another year of dramatic improvement with a 5% increase on the previous year. Students achieved 73% in the GCSE gold standard of 5+A*-C including English and maths and scored an impressive 36% success in the Ebacc subjects of English, Mathematics, Humanities and Languages. Joint English and maths outcomes were 75% and English A*-C results were stunning at 88% with maths also far exceeding national benchmarks with 78% A*- C. Progress in Maths and English show students making massive gains. Science equally scored highly with 100% in the separate Sciences and Core and Additional Science 2+ A*-C achieving 63%.
Results confirm that students did magnificently as a result of subject specialist, quality teaching and our consistent belief in high aspiration and the absolute conviction that each individual should reach their best. As Headteacher I couldn’t be more pleased with this stunning set of results and I would like to thank all the students, parents for their hard work and dedication and the staff for always being prepared to go the extra mile.
We celebrate this outstanding achievement against the backdrop of a nationally increasing level of challenge which makes the outcomes of our students all the more impressive.
At Cullompton Community College students of all aptitudes and abilities are actively encouraged to, “Believe, Achieve and Succeed” to the highest levels. Our young people benefit from highly qualified and exceptionally committed staff and creative, innovative teaching which builds learning and strong relationships. We believe in providing a well rounded education with opportunities for leadership, and a wide range of extra curricular activities including, Duke Of Edinburgh awards, Ten Tors, Ski Trip, World Challenge, links and visits with our partner school in Namibia, musical theatre, performance, and sporting excellence. There is something for everyone.
OfSTED: January 2013
“This is a good school.”
Staff and students treat each other with respect, and behaviour across the school is good. Students feel safe and are proud of their community school. Attendance is above average.
Teachers have an accurate understanding of the ability levels of each students and set work accordingly, encouraging high levels of independence and aspiration.
Students are respectful and courteous towards each other, working well in groups and respecting the views of others.
Mutual respect and support between teachers and students help to create positive attitudes to learning throughout the school
As a successful school we move into the future as a centre of educational excellence where all can, ‘Learn More and Achieve the Best.’ We place great value on partnership and good relationships between parents, carers, students, staff and governors. Through our Co-operative Trust, ‘Culm Co-operative Learning Partnership,’ of local primary schools, education and business associates we ensure that all are equally valued, and that achievement, success and opportunity lie at the heart of all we do.
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