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Balderstone Technology College
Queen Victoria Street, OL11 2HJ, UK Rochdale
+44 (0)1706 649049


We are committed to provide quality educational experiences for all our students in an atmosphere promoting equality of opportunity and care. All our students have the chance to become confident learners across a broad range of subjects.

Our learning environment supports academic, creative and sporting achievement in the context of traditional values, making Balderstone a first choice with parents and their children.


We encourage highest standards in every aspect of College life by:

  • Valuing and recognising the unique needs, talents and aspirations of each student
  • Promoting equality of opportunity for all
  • Providing a positive learning environment
  • Expecting and rewarding good behaviour
  • Working in partnership with parents
  • Taking pride in celebrating academic, cultural, sporting and personal successes
  • Developing a learning environment which uses the latest technology
  • Providing a variety of teaching and learning experiences
  • Continuing to enhance the quality of teaching and learning across the curriculum
  • Creating opportunities which encourage lifelong learning
  • Enhancing the education and skill base of our students and the local workforce through a range of partnerships and vocational links
  • Providing learning opportunities for students and the wider community.


Key Stage 3 (Years 7, 8 and 9)

All National Curriculum subjects are studied at Balderstone. We take great care to maximise the potential of our students and we work to support their individual learning needs. Our students are taught in groups setted according to their ability.

Key Stage 4 (Years 10 and 11)

Our senior students follow a dynamic and diverse curriculum built on high expectations and a commitment to meet the individual needs of all. To achieve this, students, parents and teachers are fully involved in the choice of appropriate courses which lead to nationally recognised qualifications.


Balderstone’s programme of enrichment extends well beyond the classroom. We offer a range of opportunities, skills and experiences for our students through the provision of:

  • additional resources
  • partnership with Further Education colleges who provide a series of “master class” events
  • an Artist-in-Residence
  • booster Classes in Key Stage 3
  • revision and examination preparation through Focus Sessions
  • out-of-school visits and residential experiences

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