At our school we strive for academic excellence but also recognise
the uniqueness of each of our young people and a main aim is to realise
the potential of every individual. Your child may be gifted academically,
they may be creative or artistic, they may be good at sport or getting on
with their peers. Our aim is to find their talents and develop them.
We have high expectations of each and every pupil. Great store is put on
self-discipline, good behaviour, uniform, homework and cooperation. These
traditional values are at the heart of all we undertake at the College.
South Molton Community College is a friendly, orderly and successful
school. I warmly invite you to
become part of this success.
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GCSE SUCCESS 2012
We are thrilled to let you know that pass rates for our pupils in 2012
GCSE examinations were once again excellent :
Students with 5 A* to C Grades
Students with 5 A* to C
including English and Maths 60%
Students with 5 A* to G
Students with more than
3 A and A* Grades 32%
(These percentages may also improve further pending the inclusion of
WHAT AN AMAZING ACHIEVEMENT
BY PUPILS AND STAFF!
the latest OFSTED report
South Molton Community College has been awarded
for behaviour and safety
in every other category
ResultsBtec OCR Results
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for final payments for activities week is Friday, 24th May 2013
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Torch Relay Film
Co-operative Learning Trust
South Molton Community
College is a co-operative school but what does this mean?
As of 1st January 2013 we became one of the growing number of co-operative
trust schools in the Southwest and nationally. Thus we have clearly
stated our commitment to uphold and work within the values and visions of
the schools co-operative society. These values are self-help,
self-responsibility, democracy, equality, equity and solidarity. In
association these values underpin our ethos which is based on honesty,
openness, social responsibility and caring for others.
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NDDC Planning Department visit
Petroc visits Art Department
Rising Rugby Star
Milly Squire picked for England
World Kids Lit Quiz
On 29th November two teams of students from Years 7 and 8 travelled to
Truro College to represent SMCC at the South West heat of the World Kids
Creative writing winners
Three students from
South Molton Community College were awarded prizes for their creative
writing. They all attended the writing workshop with Julia Golding.
Arabia Teachers' Visit
gave a guided tour of South Molton Community College to 7 teachers from
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. They spent time in different lessons and held an
open forum with representatives from the School Council.