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Fordwater School - Chichester
Fonthill Lodge School - East Grinstead
Fairway Infant School - Copthorne
Elm Grove Infant School - Littlehampton
Elm Grove First School - Worthing
Yew Tree Primary School - Yew Tree Estate
Yew Tree Community Primary School - Aston
Woodway Park School & Community College - Coventry
Woodthorpe Primary School - Kings Heath
Woodrush Community High School - Specialist Technology College - Birmingham
Woodlands Primary School - Willenhall
Woodfield Infant School - Penn
Wood Green High School College of Sport - Wood Green Road
Wolverhampton Grammar School - Wolverhampton
Wolverhampton Girls High School - Wolverhampton
Wollescote Primary School - Wollescote
Wodensfield Primary School - Wednesfield
Wodensborough Community Technology College - Wednesbury
Withymoor Primary School - Off Turners Lane Quarry Bank
Willenhall School Sports College - Willenhall
Whitehouse Common Primary School - Sutton Coldfield
Edward Bryant Primary School - Bognor Regis
Eastergate C E Primary School - Eastergate
West House School - Edgbaston
East Wittering Community Primary School - East Wittering
Welford Primary School - Handsworth
East Preston Junior School - East Preston
Wednesfield Village Primary School - Wednesfield
East Preston Infant School - East Preston
Wednesfield College (Specialist Engineering School) - Wednesfield
Durrington Middle School - Durrington
Ward End Primary School - Ward End
Walsgrave C E Primary School - Coventry
Durrington First School - Durrington

Sidmouth College
Primley Road, EX10 9LG Sidmouth
01395 514823

Sidmouth College is proud of its achievements in recent years. Alongside the academic success of our students we pride ourselves on the range of opportunities open to our students and the development of a learning environment that puts the well being of our students first. This is reflected by our recent Healthy Schools Award. We also aim to help students make a positive contribution to the life of the College and our community, thereby encouraging qualities of responsibility and leadership.

As a Specialist Technology College, we have been able to broaden our curriculum to include vocational as well as traditional courses and build strong links with the local business community. This is reflected in our recent award of Investors in Enterprise and Work Related Learning. We have a strong and growing Sixth Form, in which students achieve well and develop a positive, outward-looking approach which will stand them in good stead as they move on to Higher Education or the world of work.

Any success we achieve is built on partnership: with families, the community, businesses and other schools. Increasingly, we have found sound collaboration has enabled us to increase the breadth of our provision and opportunity for our older students.

Our website will shortly incorporate an exciting new project involving our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). The new and expanded website will become part of the VLE, which will allow all users much greater access to college information.


The College Governors’ Curriculum Statement defines its aims in this way:
We aim to help pupils …..

  • to develop lively, enquiring minds, together with a willingness to ask questions and to
    argue rationally
  • to think and to act creatively and with imagination
  • to gain knowledge, skills and understanding appropriate to a fast-changing world, so they
    may be self-reliant and adaptable
  • to acquire in particular the enabling skills of literacy and numeracy
  • to develop an understanding of the past which will help them to live successfully in the
    present, and to plan intelligently for the future
  • to grow in confidence and independence, and to experience the value of co-operation
  • to understand the feelings of others, to respect their values and to consider thoughtfully their own attitudes, values and beliefs
  • to achieve their true potential and to take pride in that achievement, while taking
    pleasure in the achievement of others.

The national curriculum operates throughout the College.
Key Stage 3 ends with the National Tests for all pupils in English, Mathematics and Science in May of Year 9. (SATS)
Pupils then enter Key Stage 4, which is mainly but not wholly assessed through GCSE examinations at the end of Year 11.

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