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Spennymoor School and Technology College
Whitworth Lane, DL16 7LN, UK Spennymoor
Tel. 01388 815634

Mission Statement
As a Technology College we strive to raise standards of achievement in Technology, Science and Mathematics.
We actively work in partnership with Tudhoe Grange School, other local schools and the wider community in conjunction with Spennymoor Community Learning, so that the ICT infrastructure benefits all learners.
Our learning environment aims to develop scientific, technological and vocational knowledge and equip young people with the skills needed to progress into further training or higher education.

Our School

Spennymoor School seeks to make a worthwhile contribution to the personal and social developement of all its students. Our aim is to prepare them for adult life and help them gain meaningful qualifications. All our students are given opportunities to experience and celebrate success and to realise their maximum potential.

We aim to instill a desire for lifelong learning.
The School enjoys Technology College Status.
The Sixth Form, which has an outstanding track record, is growing with a wide range of A-Levels & Vocational Courses.
The School is at the hub of Spennymoor Learning Town, committed to lifelong learning.
The Friends of Spennymoor School actively supports the work of the School.
We celebrate achievements in academic, sporting, musical areas in all areas of childrens development.

Extra Curriculum Activies

Our school is not just about what happens in the classroom. Spennymoor School offers a rich variety of activities which both teacher and student find pleasurable and rewarding.

The following activities go on outside of school hours:

Reading Club
Science Club
  Sports Teams
  Homework Club
  Drama Club
  Music Events
  Young Enterprise
  Field Work
  Student Council
  Duke of Edinburgh
  Year group trips/visits
  Writers Club
  Handwriting Club
  Games Club
  Revision sessions for examinations

These activities are available to all our students and we actively encourage them all to take part. Through the less formal contact between teachers and students offered in these activities, our young people discover strengths and abilities such as self-reliance, trust, co-operation and leadership potential, qualities which may not emerge through the taught curriculum and which are vital in the process of preparing young people for life in the adult world.

If there is something your child would like to do then all they need to do is ask. If sufficient numbers of students are interested we will endeavour to run that club.

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