At Linton Village College, everyone is a learner and every learner matters. With 875 students on roll, we are a small school with a happy, family atmosphere.
LVC’s staff are committed to creating a stimulating and lively environment where everyone can realise their full potential. We are passionate about lifelong learning and the achievement of all members of the College community. Our adult learning and leisure facilities have long placed us at the heart of our locality, in line with Henry Morris’ vision for the Village College movement when LVC was opened in 1937.
The six Linton Learner attributes are the qualities that we recognise, develop and promote in our students: curiosity, reflection, ambition, care, independence and responsibility. We have a strong safeguarding culture at the College.
Linton Village College was awarded Teaching School status in 2013. We have close links with the University of Cambridge and other teacher training providers as well as our local primary schools. Our staff and students also benefit from links with the Granta Special School which is co-situated.
The College founded Chilford Hundred Education Trust in 2014 to support a struggling cluster primary school. CHET grew to include other primary schools in the locality, all of whom joined Anglian Learning on 1st April 2020. We are proud to be a member of this community-focused and like-minded family of schools.
Ofsted Report and KS4 Performance Data
Please give your views on Ofsted Parent View here.
Performance data on LVC in the DfE KS4 Performance Tables are available here.
Once the school’s accounts have been audited and approved by the Governors they are filed at Companies House. There is also a requirement to submit these final accounts to the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) and to be published on the school’s website.
You can download the 2020 prospectus here.