Dartmouth Academy

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Dartmouth Academy
Type Academy
Principal Tina Graham
Location Milton Lane
Coordinates: 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 the 1st 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.[1] 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 1st 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.


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