Welcome to Campion School
Campion is consistently in the top 5% of schools nationally for the progress of our pupils.
Campion is a school that aims to develop the whole person. We work tirelessly to ensure that our students get the best possible examination results. However, our school also wants to develop individual minds, ensure emotional security, promote social responsibility and prepare students for adult life. Our curriculum balances both academic, personal and social content and emotional development and intellectual achievement. Many of our students benefit from enrichment experiences to inspire them. We aim to make the Campion experience exciting, enjoyable, and emotionally secure and spiritually uplifting for all.
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Another record year for examination results at Campion
The overall performance of our Year 11 in the 2013 cohort was equal to our all time record for Campion. 57% of the year group gained at least 5A*-C grades including English and maths, compared to 52% in 2011 and 40% in 2010. 97% of the year group gained at least five A*-C grades.
Year 13 pupils also produced record breaking results with the 2013 figures smashing the national averages from the year before in all three major measures.
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New Website for Campion School
Over the summer we have been working on a brand new website so that it is easier to navigate and has more news about what is happening at the school. It will be launched just before October half term.
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Campion pupils were given the opportunity to get involved in many intriguing and fun activities on Wednesday 26th February as part of the latest Flexible Learning Day.
Year 7s needed to get their detective skills in order as their activity was Problem-Solving. The pupils gained points for the problems they solved on behalf of their House teams. At the end of the day, with 7500 problems being solved, the winning team was Griffin. Well done everyone.
Year 7 art students have taken part in a printmaking workshop inspired by their visit to the Curious Beasts exhibition at Compton Verney. During their visit the pupils viewed the artwork in the exhibition and also had the opportunity to create their own work in the Compton Verney education centre.