Bodmin College is a large 11-19 establishment providing, what we consider to be, an outstanding educational experience in which we maintain high standards of achievement and traditional values within a disciplined and caring environment of opportunity. Students are encouraged to enjoy their education, to develop respect for others and, through assuming responsibility, to develop as reliable and mature individuals ready to take an active role in adult life.
Our College is characterised by its vision of, 'striving for excellence by putting the learner first'. We aim, in all that we do, to put your child at the centre of our decision making processes and at the heart of our four key objectives, which are:
This vision and our objectives are underpinned by an ethos in which we expect everyone to be kind, be polite, be honest and to work to the very best of their ability. With notable success as a High Performing Specialist College, we were assessed by the National College for Teaching and Learning and were the first to achieve the Specialist Quality Mark in the country.
More recently our journey with the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust has seen our committed involvement in 'The Framework for Excellence, a journey towards a world-class education system.' Within this structure, assessment has been robust and challenging, yet one in which we have been successfully recognised as providing 'exceptional education' through our 'principled curriculum design', 'leadership through moral purpose' and in our 'climate for learning' (SSAT, 2017). We have received national recognition for raising aspirations, removing barriers to social mobility, and opening up world-class opportunities to our students (Finalists in 2019 & 2020).
Behaviour/Expectations & Rewards Policies
Bodmin Student Behaviour Policy
Bodmin Uniform Policy
Inspections and Results
These figures tell you about performance of students at Bodmin College at the end of their 11 to 16 phase of education.
Full details of the performance measures can be found via this link.
Key Performance Data:
School Performance Measures
Pupil Premium and SEND
Pupil Premium Strategy
SEND Information Report
SEND Local Offer
Child Protection & Safeguarding Policies
CELT Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy
CELT Supporting Pupils with Medical Conditions
CELT Mental Health and Wellbeing Policy
CELT Online Safety Policy
CELT Child on Child Abuse Policy
CELT Whistleblowing Policy
Careers Information, Guidance and Statement
Bodmin College Provider Access Policy
CELT-wide Policies & Information
The following policies are applicable to all schools within Cornwall Education Learning Trust.
CELT Designated Teacher Policy
CELT Intimate Care Policy
CELT Attendance Policy
CELT Home Visits Protocol
CELT Exclusion Policy
CELT Admissions Policy
CELT Complaints Policy & Proceedure
Academy trusts are required to keep proper accounting records and to prepare annual financial statements in accordance with the accounts directions issued by the funding body.
All accounting records and statements can be viewed via this link.
Gross Annual Salaries Exceeding £100K
Gender Pay Gap Report 2023
CELT Annual Report and Finance Statements 2022-23
Trade Union Facility Time 2021-22
Other Key Documents and Policies
JTDS Partnership Rationale
JTDS Memorandum of Understanding
Annual Report and Financial Statement
Articles of Association
Single Funding Agreement
Schools Financial Benchmarking
Scheme of Delegation
Equal Opportunities Policy
Sex and Relationships Education Policy
Anti Bullying Policy
Bodmin College is part of the Cornwall Education Learning Trust and a number of policies apply to all academies within the trust. Please visit the policies website to view these polices.
If you would like a paper copy of any of the polices or key documents listed here, please do not hesitate to contact us.