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Swanmore College

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Swanmore College
View of Swanmore Technology College - geograph.org.uk - 768203.jpg
Address
New Road

, ,
SO32 2RB

England
Coordinates50°56′25″N 1°11′24″W / 50.94028°N 1.19007°W / 50.94028; -1.19007
Information
Former nameSwanmore College of Technology
TypeCommunity school
MottoInnovate. Collaborate. Challenge.
Religious affiliation(s)Non-religious
Local authorityHampshire County Council
Department for Education URN116424 Tables
OfstedReports
HeadteacherMr K Jonathan[1]
GenderMixed
Age range11–16
Enrolment1,212[2] (2018)
Capacity1,350[2]
Houses
Colour(s)Royal blue and black
Website

Swanmore College is an 11–16 mixed secondary community school in Swanmore, Hampshire, England. The school has achieved Sports-mark, Investors in People and an Enhanced Healthy School award.[3]

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History

A secondary school was first built in Swanmore in 1961, becoming a comprehensive school in 1971.[4] During the early 2000s Swanmore School was renamed Swanmore College of Technology after receiving specialist status in technology. Recently the technology block underwent refurbishment. A new behavior policy has recently been instated known as the hub. It sends disruptive pupils away from their classes so the other students are able to efficiently do their work. In September 2012, the new headmaster Mr. Kyle Jonathan brought a new slogan to the college, 'Centre of Excellence' .[5]

Facilities

Swanmore College has several sports fields, including an international standard football STP and a gym, used by students in PE lessons and after-school clubs, and also by the community[6]. In 2018, the college spent £3.3 million on a new dance and performing arts studio, including retractable seats and a sprung floor, a renovation of 'W block' (primarily used for computing and technology) and a new recording studio in 'E Block' (used for music).[7]

The college has nine blocks, each containing different subjects. These blocks include three computer suites, ten science classrooms, many technology rooms, and three art rooms, with one consisting mainly of Apple iMacs for photography work. Swanmore also uses iMacs in the two music rooms, these are for the use of both KS3 and GCSE pupils, particularly the use of the programs GarageBand and Logic Pro X.

Swanmore's facilities are open to booking from the community.[6] They are used by lots of local sports clubs due to their practical location and facilities.

Uniform

The current Swanmore College uniform was introduced in September 2018 for the year sevens (first year) of the school. Announced in early 2018, the new uniform consists of a black Swanmore blazer, black jumper, white shirt, blue tie, black trousers, black socks and shoes for boys. For girls it is the same, however instead of a tie they have a revere neck shirt and have the option to wear a blue tartan skirt as opposed to trousers. [8]

Alumni

  • Amanda Holden attended the college in the 1980s. In 2018, she returned to open a £1 million arts facility.[9]

References

  1. ^ "Headteacher's Welcome". Swanmore College. Retrieved 16 January 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Swanmore College". Get information about schools. GOV.UK. Retrieved 16 January 2019.
  3. ^ Corbett, Angela (2008), "Ofsted Inspection Report", Ofsted, retrieved 2010-03-20
  4. ^ "A History of Swanmore, Hampshire". www.localhistories.org.
  5. ^ Kennedy, Clare (2008), "Parents' fears for Swanmore College of Technology", The Southern Daily Echo, retrieved 2010-03-20
  6. ^ a b "Swanmore Leisure". swanmoreleisure.co.uk.
  7. ^ "Swanmore College Site Development Work". June 14, 2017.
  8. ^ "Swanmore College". www.swanmorecollege.co.uk.
  9. ^ "Britain's Got Talent judge opens £1million Swanmore College arts facility". Meon Valley News. 10 May 2018. Retrieved 4 July 2019.

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