Mortimer Community College

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Mortimer Community College
Type Secondary School
Headteacher Ms. C. Mullane, B.Sc. Hons
Location Reading Road
South Shields
Tyne and Wear
NE33 4UG
DfE URN 108727 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 979
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–16

Mortimer Community College is located in South Shields, Tyne and Wear, England. It takes pupils from the age of 11-16.[1] It is a specialist Arts and Sports College.

The school teamed up with the National Glass Centre for a project to design a large glass mural for the foyer of the school.

The glass mural when complete was unveiled by David Miliband, then the UK Foreign Secretary, on 19 March 2010.[2]


  • Perrie Edwards - Member of the Girlband Little Mix and winners of the 2011 X Factor
  • Sarah Millican - Comedian
  • Philip Brown - TV Personality (Wagga Wagga, Australia)
  • John Davison - DJ/Musician
  • Chris Cook - Olympic Swimmer
  • Katy Mclean - England Women's Rugby Captain
  • Chris Ayre - Son of Liverpool Fc Director Ian Ayre


Coordinates: 54°58′53″N 1°25′39″W / 54.9813°N 1.4276°W / 54.9813; -1.4276