Swanmore College of Technology
|Motto||Supporting Each Other to Succeed|
|Headteacher||Mr. Kyle Jonathan|
|DfE URN||116424 Tables|
|Houses||Whittle, Hawking, Attenborough, MacArthur|
|Colours||Blue & Black|
Swanmore College - Centre of Excellence is a secondary school its 1,300 pupils are drawn from villages and towns from across the area. The college has specialist status in technology and has also achieved Sports-mark, Investors in People and Enhanced Healthy School awards.
A secondary school was first built in Swanmore in 1961, becoming a comprehensive school in 1971. During the early 2000s Swanmore School was renamed Swanmore College of Technology after receiving specialist status in technology. In September 2012, the new headmaster Mr K. Jonathan brought a new name to the college, Swanmore College - Centre of Excellence. . Notable alumni of the school include actress/TV presenter Amanda Holden
Purpose-built, top-of-the-range sports hall, playing fields and facilities which are well used by the pupils and wider community. A new community area with designated entrance to encourage the school to be a part of community life has recently been built.
As of January 2013, Swanmore College no longer has Technology College status. The name now used is 'Swanmore College'.
- OFSTED Report, June 2008
- Corbett, Angela (2008), "Ofsted Inspection Report", Ofsted, retrieved 2010-03-20
- A History of Swanmore
- Kennedy, Clare (2008), "Parents’ fears for Swanmore College of Technology", The Southern Daily Echo, retrieved 2010-03-20
- Swanmore College Community