We are a Secondary School in North Tyneside, with over 870 students aged between 11-18. Our Headteacher is Mr David Baldwin, the Deputy Headteacher is Mrs Jill Huxtable and the Chair of Governors is Mrs Tracey Booth MBE.

HOW GOOD ARE WE?

Ofsted Said:

Churchill Community College is a GOOD provider of education to young people and prepares them extremely well for their future. ‘

‘ The Headteacher is highly ambitious for all of his pupils and has created an ethos in which
they are encouraged to reach their potential, in a nurturing and inclusive way. .’

‘ Governors make a strong contribution to the leadership of the school. They recognised the
decline in the school’s outcomes and provided effective support and challenge to the headteacher and his staff. ‘

‘ Pupils benefit from good teaching that enables them to learn effectively and be
successful in their studies. As a result, most pupils in school are making good progress from
their starting points across a range of subjects ‘

‘ Relationships between staff and pupils are very positive. Pupils are confident, polite and
courteous to one another and to staff. Pupils behave well and show positive attitudes to
learning.’

‘ Outcomes of pupils in 2018, including the disadvantaged pupils, declined from where
they were in 2016, particularly in science and modern foreign languages. Current pupils are
making stronger progress again.’

‘ The curriculum is broad and balanced and constantly evolving to meet the changing
needs of pupils. ‘

‘ Pupils’ personal development, behaviour and welfare are strong. Pupils generally conduct
themselves very well in lessons and around the school. Pupils benefit from very strong careers information, advice and guidance.’