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Our College Aims

At Linton Village College everyone is a learner and every learner matters. We recognise that children and adults have different talents, like to learn in different ways and need different kinds of support.

The achievement of every single learner is what matters to us and we work hard to meet the needs of each individual.

Our excellent track record reveals how successful we have been at meeting these needs, but we believe that we can always improve and we aim to be the very best. Our mission is to be a world-class centre of learning and so we aim:

  • to be a vibrant learning community which embraces change and is at the vanguard of innovation in education
  • to provide outstanding teaching and learning, a personalised curriculum and superb learning environment
  • to sustain outstanding levels of achievement at all key stages
  • to equip our learners with the skills, attributes and values they need as 21st century global citizens
  • to collaborate with community partners to foster social cohesion and to ensure that our community prospers
  • to nurture exceptional leadership at all levels in the organisation.

An outward-looking school

At Linton Village College we broaden horizons. As an International School Award winner, we bring the world to Linton and take Linton students out to see the world. The range of trips and expeditions we offer is extensive and impressive.

In recent years students have had opportunities to visit Sicily, Iceland, Paris, Barcelona, Croatia, Lanzarote, Austria, Belgium, Cambodia and South Africa. In Year 9, we encourage every child to go on a residential trip for a week in June.

We run language learning visits to France and Spain, ski trips in winter and scuba-diving trips in summer. The College Wind Orchestra and choir perform abroad most years. Many of our students enjoy their involvement with the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme which takes them all over the UK on expeditions.


Principal: Helena Marsh MEd.
Linton Village College, Linton, Cambridgeshire CB21 4JB

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