Campion School, Leamington Spa
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Campion School was formed in 1977 when it moved to the present site on Sydenham Drive in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England. It was the only school in the central area of Warwickshire to benefit from brand new buildings. In 2006, Campion was awarded dual specialisms of Business and Enterprise, and Visual Arts. The school became an academy on 1 January 2012.
Campion School is a mixed 9 to 18 secondary school. Although the school mainly serves South Leamington, it also take pupils from Whitnash, Radford Semele and Bishop's Tachbrook, other areas of Leamington, and the Heathcote area of Warwick. The maximum number of pupils admitted in any one year is 155.
Campion School has facilities that include: sports hall, youth centre, adult education centre, sixth form centre, playing fields, community rooms, conference/assembly hall, floodlit activity area, provision for the disabled, and a new technology block.
Sydenham Sports Centre is a dual use facility opened in the late 1970s that is situated in the school grounds.