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Stoke Damerel Community College
Somerset Place, Stoke, PL3 4BD, UK Plymouth
+44 (0)1752 556065


Stoke Damerel is a vibrant and forward thinking community of teachers and learners. We appreciate the individuality and unique strengths and talents of each student and encourage everyone to invest in their education. We take great pride in the fact that more and more of our students enjoy success in every possible way and at every level. We seek to provide the very best educational experience so that all our students can reach their full potential as they become responsible and proactive members of our community.


To be respected as the leading specialist training College in the South West. Stoke Damerel Community College will be at the centre of innovative, challenging and dynamic learning involving all members of the community.


Our system of pastoral care consists of year teams of tutors, each led by a Learning Manager and Assistant Learning Manager. These teams monitor the academic progress and personal development of the students in their charge providing continuous guidance and support in order to secure each child’s welfare and happiness. Parents who want to discuss the progress of their child or any matters of concern are encouraged to contact their child’s form tutor in the first instance.


Stoke Damerel provides a broad, balanced and integrated curriculum which:

  • Enables all young people to be successful
  • Prepares students for the opportunities and responsibilities of adult life
  • And promotes spiritual, moral and social development.
Students are encouraged to make the most of their talents and abilities, working in a challenging, flexible way, which emphasises both co-operation and initiative. Progress is monitored carefully. Examination expectations are high.


The college Sixth Form is open to any student who would benefit from continuing his or her education beyond the age of 16. We offer an excellent choice of AS Level, A Level, BTEC and vocational qualifications.

We work closely with two other Plymouth-based community colleges — John Kitto and Tamarside — as part of the Sixth Form Confederation in order to offer the widest possible opportunities for students. You can choose from subjects in any of the three colleges and there is free transport between the three college sites.

Vocational education here is also very successful. You can select from over 50 level one and two courses. Other courses and qualifications include First Aid, COPE award, The Prince’s Trust Project and Leadership Awards.

All Sixth Form students follow an enrichment and tutorial programme and you will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities including performances, debates, sports and leisure programmes, and community service.


A wide-ranging programme of activities is available during the week both at lunchtime and after school offering such diverse activities as the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, Technology and Dancing. The Bulletin, circulated to staff and students and available on our website, carries full details of what is happening each week at college.

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