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Budmouth Technology College
Chickerell Road, Weymouth,DT4 9SY Charlestown
01305 830500


1. Raise achievement
2. Develop a culture of innovation
3. Extend curriculum opportunities for our community
4. Develop and disseminate good practice

Overarching College Objectives

1.To raise standards in all Key Stages
2. Improving the quality of teaching & learning
3. Increase the breadth and suitability of qualifications
4. To provide a wide range of learning opportunities
5. Develop a culture of high expectations and standards
6. Develop a culture of independent learning
7. To lead innovative & educational development
8. To develop and disseminate good educational practice
9. Maintain the standards for IiP
10. To provide the appropriate resources to facilitate the needs of the college
11. To develop partnership strategies within the community

Specific ‘Whole College’ objectives

a. To further improve the quality of learning VPJ
b. To further improve the quality of teaching VPJ
c. To further develop TfEL strategies ARB
d. Development of Essential (Basic) Skills SP
e. Development of 14-19 curriculum JBG
f. Further improvement of Post 16 provision JBG
g. Develop ICT across the curriculum PFJ
h. To develop accelerated learning AF
i. Develop the programme for Gifted & Talented EQ
j. Further develop the inclusive support for students AF
k. Further develop innovative CPD for all staff AF
l. Further develop the Pastoral Care structure JS
m.To further develop strategies to improve attendance PFJ
n. To ensure the effectiveness of monitoring & evaluation VPJ
o. Develop the effective use of data to raise achievement NH
p. To develop a programme of assessment for learning SP
q. Further develop recording & reporting procedures NH
r. Continue developments linked to our TC status CMP
s. Development of the Leading Edge School programme CMP
t. Development of a Learning Campus JH
u. To sustain a healthy learning environment JR
v. Further develop resources to support learning DB


College Aims

Provide a wide range of learning opportunities and qualifications for all students.Develop a culture of high expectations, high standards and high achievement.Develop a culture of innovation.Be at the forefront of educational thinking and developments.Achieve a national reputation as a specialist college.

Sessions Times : 8.45 – 13.10 : 13.55 – 15.15


Transport is available to Budmouth students from the following areas of Weymouth, Portland and West Dorset.Abbotsbury Radipole Chickerell SouthwellEaston Sutton PoyntzLittlemoor UpweyOvercombe Weymouth Town CentrePortesham Wyke RegisPres

Note: The transport may be public transport or an organised school bus.

Students may have to change buses on a certain number of these routes.

Further details may be obtained from the College Office.

Achieve college aims within an agreed set of values.

If a student is admitted from a special school post Year 7 it is recognised that the student may require a high level of support in order to help them integrate fully into what may be a very different school environment. Again individual needs are considered and a phased integration process can be implemented with the support of the LEA. This may include accepting the student for a day or two days a week over a set period of time or extended full time integration with a set date for a review of the successfulness of the integration scheme before a decision on transfer is formally agreed.

Progression of Students from Year 6 to Year 7

The work of the Year 7 Liaison Teacher highlights early on in the Year 6 academic year, children who are regarded as having learning difficulties. Visits are made by the Learning Support Coordinator during the summer term to a number of feeder Primary Schools.This affords the opportunity to discuss with the class teacher or Ancillary Welfare Assistant children who have particular learning difficulties. Samples of students work can be viewed and strengths and weaknesses noted.

In addition to this the Learning Support Co-ordinator visits the School’s main feeder Primary School, Westhaven in order to discuss students transferring to Budmouth Technology College who may not have a Statement of Educational Need but nevertheless may require a level of additional support within a mainstream comprehensive school.

Through this mechanism the Central Register of the Stages of an Assessment can be amended to ensure smooth transition.Following this all parents of children on whom a Statement of Educational Needs is in the process of being agreed; or already exists are contacted. Parents are contacted by letter and arrangements are made for the parent to meet the Learning Support Co-ordinator at the New Intake Parents’ Evening or at some other convenient time.

* A wide variety of work-related activities are offered to the students to cater for all interests, and the full ability range within the College.* All aspects of the programme are centred within the academic curriculum, and work undertaken within the programme can be assessed as GCSE coursework.* The students’ experiences are closely linked to the pastoral and profiling curriculum of the College.* All students are encouraged to build upon the experiences gained within the programme with further work-related activities.* The programme is to be seen as only one part of a ‘whole-College’ commitment to partnership between education and industry.

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