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. 58% 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. To read more about our fast rising exam results then please click here.
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The Art coursework and examination preparation deadline will be 2nd May 2014. Please ensure your child makes full use of the Easter break and stays after school the first week back. Ms Bowen will be in school on Friday 25th April for her Art group from 10am - 3:20pm
Campion school held an AmnesTea after school in order to raise awareness of human rights abuses around the world. The group created a relaxed and friendly environment encouraging pupils, teachers and members of the community to feel comfortable to talk about human rights issues around the world.