Hamilton Community College

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Hamilton Community College
Established 1959
Type Community school
Principal John Morris[1]
Location Keyham Lane West
England Coordinates: 52°39′08″N 1°03′08″W / 52.6521°N 1.0523°W / 52.6521; -1.0523
Local authority Leicester
DfE number 856/4249
DfE URN 120285 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 941
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–16
Website hamiltoncc.co.uk

Hamilton Community College is a co-educational comprehensive secondary school in Leicester, England, taking children between the ages of eleven and sixteen.[2]

The school was awarded the status of a specialist Technology College in September 2001.[1] With a capacity of 1200, it currently has some 941[3] children on roll, of whom 33 per cent have special educational needs. In 2013, 68 per cent of the school's fifteen-year-old pupils achieved five or more GCSE passes at grades A* to C, with 50 per cent of pupils doing so including GCSE English and Maths.[4]

The head teacher (with the title of 'principal') is John Morris.[1]

Former principal from August 1995 - August 2005 was Eddie DeMiddler.


  1. ^ a b c Message from the Principal at hamiltoncc.co.uk (accessed 25 June 2008)
  2. ^ Hamilton Community College at dcsf.gov.uk (accessed 25 June 2008)
  3. ^ OFSTED Report 2010 at hamilton.leicester.sch.uk/OFSTED2010.pdf (accessed 9 March 2012)
  4. ^ School's Website at hamiltoncc.co.uk

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