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Senior Students

Head Boy, Head Girl and Deputies

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.

As a school we are committed to the welfare of all our community and we are proud to promote the ethos that safeguarding is everyone's responsibility.  Please refer to our school policies for further information with regards to our safeguarding and child protection processes and procedures.

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 a 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. 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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September 28 - Tue

Flu vaccinations (All Year Groups)

Nasal spray flu vaccination programme is extended to be offered to children in Year Reception through Year 11 inclusive

January 28 - Fri

Year 11 Photographs

Year 11 Photographs


Latest News

Awards May 2021

Posted on 16th Jun 2021 by Mr Holding
Presentations made for: Subject awards Scholar awards CCC way awards
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Duke of Edinburgh's Award- Certificate of Achievement

Posted on 10th Mar 2021 by Mr Rice
Congratulations to Ivy Starmanns-Russell, Millie Dickson, Amelie Tucker, Lauren Baker, Gemma Dilks, Isobel Marklew and Jodie Dilks on receiving their certificate of achievement today.
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Ten Tors

Posted on 7th Dec 2020 by Jim Dunne
We had an excellent day on Saturday with 27 year 10s on their first Ten Tors training walk
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Year 11 Sponsored Walk

Posted on 29th Jun 2020 by Jim Dunne
On Monday 29th and Tuesday 30th June, six would be 45 mile Ten Torers are organising their own 45 mile walk around Cullompton and the surrounding area to compensate for the cancelled event in May.
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