Churchill Academy and Sixth Form
|Motto||Care, Inspire, Challenge, Achieve|
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|Students||1,474 as of 2015|
Churchill Academy and Sixth Form, previously known as Churchill Community Foundation School and Sixth Form Centre, is an academy situated in the village of Churchill, North Somerset, England, surrounded by countryside and overlooked by the Mendip Hills. It educates students from ages 11 to 18 and offers General Certificate of Secondary Education, A-levels and BTEC courses. In 2002 the school was granted specialist Arts College status. In August 2012, the school became an academy.
The current headteacher is Chris Hildrew and has been since the beginning of 2016; Dr Barry Wratten retired in 2015 after being at the helm for 13 years (since 2002). The school was rated 'Outstanding' in its recent 2015 Ofsted Report.
The school, which had 1,474 students as of 2015, is organised by house system, with the houses named after royal dynasties of Britain: Stuart (green), Hanover (gold), Tudor (red) and Windsor (blue).
Churchill celebrated its diamond jubilee in 2017. A new Computing and Business Studies block, named the Alan Turing Building, was built in 2017. Funding was also received in 2017 to build a new Science and Technology block to replace the original 1956 building known as "Tudor Block."
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Ruby Harrold - Olympic Gymnast
Gemma Nash - TV Presenter
In 2017 George Rabin and Ed Thurlow, students at Churchill Academy, were named GSK Young Scientists of the Year.
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