Dartmouth Academy

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Dartmouth Academy
Motto "Care, Inspire and Excel"[1]
Type Academy
Principal Tina Graham
Location Milton Lane
50°20′50″N 3°35′47″W / 50.3471°N 3.5964°W / 50.3471; -3.5964Coordinates: 50°20′50″N 3°35′47″W / 50.3471°N 3.5964°W / 50.3471; -3.5964
DfE URN 136200 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Staff 105
Students 528
Gender Mixed
Ages 3–18
Website www.dartmouthacademy.org.uk

Dartmouth Academy is a non-selective, co-educational school within the English Academy programme, in Dartmouth, Devon, in the south-west of England. The academy was opened in September 2010 following the merger of two schools, Dartmouth Community College and Dartmouth Primary School. It is an all-through school. Since becoming an academy, it is open to students aged 3 to 18. The School is now in Special measures as of their 2015 Ofsted report

Ofsted Results[edit]

The Academy received its most recent Ofsted report on 1 October 2015


Dartmouth Academy has two specialist subjects:

  • Visual Arts – specializing in Art and Design, Textiles, Media and Drama, and Photography.
  • Mathematics – early entry to GCSE/A Level examinations and attendance at university master classes will be features for older learners who are gifted and talented in this area.

The school states that it aims to reflect a culturally inclusive embryo. There are plans to develop partnerships with other schools, academies, further and higher education institutions, and businesses.


The academy is sponsored by Kingsbridge Community College.[2] It is affiliated with local partner Britannia Royal Naval College, a center for the training of Royal Navy Officers who, along with Kingsbridge, support the academy. In 2014 it was announced that the school will be put under a different sponsor than E-ACT, where Kingsbridge Community college took over from 1 September 2014.

The academy also aims to work extensively with Devon County Council and to form close working relationships with local primary and secondary schools.


  1. ^ Darmouth academy main page|Retrieved 19 February 2017
  2. ^ [1]

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