Claverham Community College

Claverham Community College

Claverham Community College

Claverham Community College (Often known simply as Claverham) is a comprehensive secondary school/community college in Battle, East Sussex, England.[1] It has specialisms in sports and ICT, and has excellent sports facilities such as a climbing wall, Community Sports Hall, gym, dance studio, fitness suite, extensive playing fields including football and rugby pitches, an all weather astroturf area for a variety of activities & courts for netball, hockey, tennis, etc.

Claverham Community College is a mixed comprehensive school for pupils aged 11–16 and a Community College. It has approximately 1150 pupils and about 2500 associates of the College who are involved in the life of the College Community either through adult evening classes or as a result of membership of affiliated societies.

The Community College was established in 1973 and was developed from the former Battle County Secondary School built in 1955. In school terms the College became fully comprehensive in 1976 and now serves the educational needs of all children between the ages of 11 and 16 in Battle and the neighbouring villages of Ashburnham, Catsfield, Crowhurst, Hooe (north), Netherfield, Ninfield, Penhurst, Sedlescombe, Whatlington and Westfield.

In addition to this traditional intake area, the College attracts pupils in relatively large numbers from an additional 40 Primary Schools in the Rye, Hastings, Bexhill, Pevensey and Eastbourne areas in particular. Claverham was designated as a training school in September 2000 and achieved Specialist Sports College Status, with ICT as the second specialism, with effect from September 2006. This status later revoked in early 2018 when funding was lost due to not enough hours of extracurricular clubs and a lack of individual pupils acting as sports representatives for the College at events.

The school also achieved an "Outstanding" from Ofsted in its last two inspections, although this year it has dropped to a 'good', mostly as a result of a change in staff and a lack of government funding.

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