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"It's so much better than I ever thought was possible" Nic - Year 9.
"I love learning at CCW, the teachers are really supportive and want us to do well." Charlie - Year 8.
"I just feel comfortable here, the school suits me and I really like being here." Isabel - Year 7.
'CCW is a really friendly place with great teachers who care about your learning.' Callum - Year 11.
'CCW is the perfect school for me.' Emily - Year 8.
Our motto is “Putting Learning First”. Teaching is most effectively delivered in traditional classrooms; we use our open spaces within our curriculum areas when needed.
The Community College Whitstable will:
CCW’s curriculum has been designed to flexibly meet the needs of today’s pupils and help them thrive amidst the challenges and opportunities of tomorrow’s world. At the end of Year 8 pupils are given an element of choice in their curriculum, choosing from creative arts, sports science and technology.
Achievement in all subjects is monitored closely ensuring aspirational but realistic targets are set for each learner. The targets will be shared and the journey towards achievement will be celebrated throughout the college community. Pupil voice is gathered to enable the pupil body to be listened to and help shape their school.
Conduct throughout the college shows care, courtesy and consideration. Pupils that fall short of expectations will be dealt with swiftly, effectively and fairly. Mutual respect permeates the school and relationships between staff and pupils are positive. A form tutor meets your child every day and delivers engaging activities that prepare pupils with transferable skills and support wellbeing.
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The Community College Whitstable was recently subject to a Section 5 Ofsted inspection. We are delighted to announce to all stakeholders that we are now judged ‘Good’ in every category.
Year 10 mock exams week starting Tuesday 9th January 2018 and Parents' Evening on Thursday 1st February 2018
Reading suggestions from other students.
Open auditions will take place the week beginning 8th January 2018. There will be an opportunity to work through this piece in pairs or small groups as well as audition independently.