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.
The Day is an on-line newspaper
which has lots of articles to support the curriculum
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Normandy Trip 2013
5 A* to C grades 79%
5 A* to C grades including English & Maths 54%
5 A* to G grades 98%
the latest OFSTED report
South Molton Community College has been awarded
for behaviour and safety
in every other category
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Petroc Open Evenings
Wednesday 15th January 3.30-7.30pm
Wednesday 8th January 3.30-6.30pm
December 2013 Newsletter -
School Comms Letter
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available to parents called 'GCSEs - What Can A Parent Do
101 Tips To
by Julie Casey M.Ed, C. Psycho.
Copies can be ordered
from Futurelink Publishing
0800 334 5145
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.
We have a partnership
with Exeter City FC and Devon Football Association. They provide coaches
for us at lunchtime and after school on a Friday.
The coaches work with girls and boys through different schemes.
For more information or if you are interested in future schemes keep an
eye out for adverts by the PE department or speak with Mrs Pleydell-Pearce
or Mr Uffendell.
decorations for Pannier Market
South Molton Town Council recently approached South Molton Community
College and asked if the college would like to make some bunting to
decorate the Pannier Market. The college looked at some school banners
which had been made in the past and decided this would be a great idea.
Carnegie Book Award
Once again our Canteen
Manager, Mrs Chivers’ and her team at South Molton Community College have
successfully been awarded the 5 star food hygiene rating.
The inspector arrived unannounced; they checked the whole kitchen area and
appliances, the food storage and paperwork. They were very impressed......Well done ladies!
Are you wondering about
the bright bandstand in the recreation ground? Mystified by the moles in
the alley by Cooks’ Cross? Read more....
The SMCC athletics
teams travelled to West Buckland school on Thursday 13th June 2013. They
represented the college very well and the year 8 girls team and the year
10 boys team qualified for the North Devon final at Braunton on Wednesday
19th June 2013.
Results to follow….
There were two teams from South Molton Community College who took part in
the annual ten tors challenge this year.
Year 3 & 4 Cricket & Rounders Festival
On Thursday 2nd May over a hundred year 3 and 4 primary school children
from the South Molton learning community attended a cricket and rounders
festival at South Molton Community College.
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