Mortimer Community College

“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

Find out what our students have been doing whilst visiting France as part of their trip with the Humanities department.

Follow live on twitter via @mccfrancetrip or click on the image above to go straight there!

GCSE product design students have produced an array of lamps which they have designed and built as part of their coursework. Their work is showcased here:
Monday, July 27th, 2015 at 7:17am
There's something fishy going on with our transition students coming into Year 7!! http://t.co/SpZmSMxkqT
Saturday, July 18th, 2015 at 3:24am
Prize winners from our charcoal workshops with Sue Boyle. http://t.co/MVA91M5b2q
  • FranceTrip

France and Belgium Trip – July 2015

July 13th, 2015|Comments Off

The Humanities departments annual France/Belgium trip is currently taking place with students visiting the Somme battlefields, experiencing life in the trenches of the 1st World War at Ypres Salient and visiting Flanders Fields.

You can follow the students […]

  • LSOH

Little Shop of Horrors!

July 13th, 2015|Comments Off

Our annual school production this year saw students hanging out on Skid Row whilst performing Little Shop of Horrors.

Students and staff led by director Mr Brown assisted ably by Mr Stephenson, Miss Hallway and Miss Chalker made […]

  • Cricket

South Tyneside Schools Girls Cricket Champions!

July 9th, 2015|Comments Off

Miss Shakespeare was delighted that the Year 8 girls cricket team she coached came first in the recent inter school tournament. The girls will now go on to represent South Tyneside in the Regional Cricket final and also the school […]

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