South Molton Community College is committed to nurturing the talents of every individual. We recognise that students may be gifted in a wide range of subjects (High Achievers) or in one particular area such as music, sports or performing arts (Talented students). By identifying, providing for and monitoring H.A.T. students, we will help to ensure all individuals meet their potential.
Staff at South Molton Community College endeavour to incorporate meaningful extension activities and resources for H.A.T. students, both within the curriculum and in the form of enrichment opportunities that take place outside of lesson time. Details of these opportunities can be found here on our website, and your son or daughter will be informed of such occasions throughout the academic year.
This is an opportunity to meet positive female role models working to transform some of the misconceptions that the public, young girls, their teachers and parents have about who becomes a Scientist, Technologist, Engineer or Mathematician.
Academic Summer Schools 2016
The Debate Chamber Summer Schools offer students age 11-18 the opportunity to find out more about some fascinating subjects, prepare for university applications, meet like-minded peers and get to grips with some tough intellectual challenges. Content will be pitched at a level above the one at which you currently study, therefore are suitable for High Achieving students and those who want to stretch themselves academically. Summer schools are non-residential and are in London. Full and partial bursaries are available. Please do click the link below for more information.
FAQs and points of contact
Our Pupil Champion for H.A.T. students is Miss Kayleigh Bromell.
For further information email Miss Bromell on firstname.lastname@example.org ›