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Carlton Bolling College
Undercliffe Lane, BD3 0DU Bradford
01274 633111
www:http://www.carlboll.legend.yorks.com/e-mail:

The college’s approach is emphasised in our main aim of ‘Achievement for All’. We encourage every student to achieve their best, and promote excellence by constantly seeking ways to improve our performance. The quality of Teaching and Learning is the cornerstone of our success and ensures that every student fulfils their potential.


Our AchievementResults this year, at all levels, have improved with students building on the success of previous years by achieving excellent added value at each Key Stage; from Key Stage 2 to 3, from Key Stage 3 to GCSE and from GCSE to Advanced Level.Standards are also improving considerably with the 2005 SAT results showing marked improvement across all subjects.

In the core areas of English, Maths and Science the number of candidates achieving Level 5 or better rose to 42%, 51% and 35% respectively. At GCSE level the College far exceeded its LEA target with 35% of students gaining 5 or more A* - C passes, nearly doubling the figure from last year. Vocational course pass rates at Levels 1 and 2 exceeded national rates and Advanced Level results were also very good with several subjects gaining a 100% pass rate. ‘A’ level value-added analysis (ALPS) places the College in the ‘excellent’ category.

Such marked improvement is a testament to the efforts of staff, students, parents and everyone associated with the College, in meeting the challenges of our ‘Assessment for Learning’ programme which will continue to seek to raise standards at all levels.

Success in the Sixth Form

We have a large Sixth Form (known as Upper College) offering a wide choice of AS/A2, AVCE and GNVQ courses taught by highly experienced and well qualified staff. Our Sixth Form students regularly gain places at universities throughout the country, including Oxford and Cambridge, pursuing careers in areas such as Medicine, Law, Science, Engineering, Nursing and the Arts. More than 300 former students are currently in Higher Education.

At `A’ level, 95% of entries were passes which corresponds well with national averages. It is significant that all sixth formers seeking university entry were successful in doing so and for the second year running we had candidates gaining places at Cambridge University.

Outstanding Facilities

  • Modern, carpeted classrooms with specialist equipment and resources for all subject areas
  • Access to the City Learning Centre and suites of up-to-date computers with internet access and the latest software
  • First-class sports facilities including a large sports hall with multi-gym and outdoor Astroturf arena
  • Modem dining room with cashless swipecard payment system
  • Recently commissioned art, design and technology block
  • Multi-faith prayer room equipped with washing facilities
  • Electronic registration
  • Comfortable, safe, attractive and welcoming site
  • Interactive whiteboards to provide stimulating teaching

Code of Conduct

  • Treat all others with respect
  • Be prepared for learning - be on time, in uniform, with the correct equipment
  • Allow others to learn
  • Keep the college environment clean, safe and comfortable
  • Try our best and be positive at all times

Our Aims

Carlton-Bolling College is a successful 11-18 centre attracting more than 1300 students. We value our links with partner primary schools and look forward to helping all students to settle in, securely and happily.

The college’s approach is emphasised in our main aim of ‘Achievement for All’. We encourage every student to achieve their best, and promote excellence by constantly seeking ways to improve our performance. The quality of Teaching and Learning is the cornerstone of our success and ensures that every student fulfils their potential.

  • To help all students achieve to their full potential
  • To provide every student with equal opportunity to access a broad and balanced curriculum
  • To provide a safe and secure environment for all
  • To develop students’ self esteem
  • To celebrate the cultural diversity of our community and develop respect for all cultures, persons and property
  • To promote lifelong learning and citizenship



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