“We believe every student can achieve their potential.”
Making a Positive Difference
Mortimer Community College believes in excellence for all. All members of Mortimer Community are entitled to work in an environment where there is respect for one another, learning is valued and there is access to the opportunities necessary to fulfil potential.
Success and effort is valued and celebrated.
Mortimer believes that every student is entitled to:
• Have the opportunities necessary to thrive and succeed
• Learn in an environment that is calm, supportive and caring
• Have a curriculum that meets their needs
• Develop as an independent learner
• Celebrate and enjoy their successes
• Have access to ‘leading edge’ technology
• Have the opportunity to join in activities that happen outside of the regular college day
Education is a partnership between schools, children and their parents
At Mortimer we want to keep in touch with former students and our leavers from day one. We have teamed up with Future First in order to create an online network of former students. Our aim is to track former students and utilise your skills and experiences to help inspire our current students to achieve their goals. To join our growing network of former students register at Future First or click on the image above.
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Year 11 Aim High Program
As part of our Aim High program we currently have several extra classes running for Year 11 students during term time both before and after school.
March 17th, 2016|Comments Off on Spanish Master Class
Some of our year 9 students went to Sunderland University to take part in a Spanish Master Class. Students were given the opportunity to work with some of the lecturers, native speakers and the university's [...]
March 17th, 2016|Comments Off on UK Maths Challenge
A number of our year 11 students have received awards in this year’s UK maths challenge. The challenge involves answering 25 multiple choice questions in one hour and is sat in school under normal exam conditions. [...]
March 3rd, 2016|Comments Off on Year 11 Students Attend Medical Day
Twelve year 11 students interested in a career in medicine attended a medical day at Stockton Sixth Form College on 2nd March. They event gave our students the opportunity to meet people in the medical profession. [...]
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