A wide range of activities are on offer to suit all interests. Music provides opportunities for singing, rock bands, vocal and instrumental tuition. The Musical Theatre Group perform annually alongside termly dramatic events. Sporting excellence is high on our agenda with success in a wide range of team and individual sports. We run an annual ski trip, foreign exchange opportunities and Ten Tors teams. There are a multitude of other activities to do just for fun and the pleasure of participation.
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 TJ Matthews and Jaspinder Kaur. With the support of our Deputies Ryan Hill and Amy Bell and our student leadership team we work together to create a friendly, safe environment for all of our students. We believe that each student has the potential to reach their goals and they are encouraged to do so through the very high standard of teaching and education provided.Read more
As Deputy Head Boy and Girl we are part of an extended student leadership team working with students and staff to make good things happen. Student leaders apply for posts of responsibility such as prefects, sports leaders, house captains, school council, eco-group representatives and assistant librarians as well as Head Boy, Head Girl and Deputy roles. Students in all year groups are encouraged to develop their leadership by working cooperatively in teams, supporting others and supporting the community.
The school council represent the student voice. Views are sought from every year group and discussed in regular meetings. We link with the Headteacher and Governors to make things better for the school and for students. We believe that students have an important part to play in making the school the best it can be and in contributing to the local and wider community.
Quality First Learning
At CCC we learn in varied and interesting ways. Experiments, practical activities and using new technologies are as much a part of daily life as the essentials of reading, writing, communication and mathematics. Individual thought as well as group work, discussion and learning how to act as a team are at the heart of all we do.
Cullompton Community College are proud of their excellent GCSE results under the new, tougher examination system. Summer 2018 was the first time almost all results were graded 9-1 under the specifications. Students at CCC achieved their highest ever level of double A** A* and A grades and there were outstanding performances in the core subjects of English, Maths and History.Read more
"Congratulations, magnificent GCSE results"
Headteacher Julie Phelan
OfSTED: March 2017
Ofsted “.. top 10% of schools in the country..” The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection... Year 11 pupils made strong progress...This is as a result of your concerted efforts to improve the life chances for pupils...Cullompton Community College is a caring school....In lessons and in pupils' work, there is good challenge.. work is of a high standard...In many subjects, pupils engage in high quality conversation and debate.Read more
Welcome from the Headteacher Mr Finney
Welcome to Cullompton Community College, a caring, friendly and high achieving community of learners of approximately 750 students aged 11-16.
Cullompton Community College is a successful and happy school where above all we value trust, good relationships, respect and kindness. We aim to create a safe, caring and orderly environment in which effective learning takes place and we are proud that our outcomes, and external evaluations, including our ‘Good’ Ofsted in 2017, show that we have maintained a very good education and high standards of achievement and progress over time.
Cullompton Community College celebrates excellent GCSE results in 2020….
OfSTED: March 2017
“The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection. Standards have continued to improve and, in 2016, Year 11 pupils made strong progress placing the school in the top 10% of schools in the country for key stage 4 results. This is a result of your concerted efforts to improve the life chances for your pupils. Cullompton Community College is a caring school where pupils thrive. As a result, pupil numbers continue to rise.”
“In lessons and in pupils’ work, there is good challenge for the most able pupils. Their work is of a high standard and is well presented. In many subjects, pupils engage in high quality conversation and debates.”
“Pupils who spoke to inspectors were animated about the support the school provides to help them understand opportunities, the skills needed and how to achieve their career ambitions.”
“Pupils and their parents report the school to be a safe place. Pupils who spoke to inspectors talked of a culture of tolerance and acceptance. They enjoy opportunities when other pupils share their experiences, including those who have different cultures and faiths.”
As a successful school we move into an expanding 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 partnerships including our Co-operative Trust 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.
I hope that you find the information on this website helpful and informative, however, if you would like to find out more about the school in action visit us to ‘Learn More’ at any time, you will always be welcome.
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