Developing Personal Excellence
Welcome to Willingdon Community School
On behalf of the students, staff and governors of Willingdon Community School, I should like to give you a very warm welcome to our website and invite you to explore its content.
Emily Beer - Headteacher
School Building Expansion Plans
Absolutely Exceptional Performance
Out of 2000 students nationwide to achieve 3 Grade 9s for English Literature, English Language and Maths, two of them are from Willingdon!
We are so proud of Lauren Taylor and Thomas Poole. Congratulations and the best of luck in your future!
The 2017 GCSE Results are now available to view.
Exam Results 2017
Willingdon Community School are delighted with yet another impressive set of GCSE results against the backdrop of major and significant changes to the examination system.
- 22% Students obtaining 5 or more A* / A
- 29% 3 or more A* / A
- 80% English 9 - 4
- 70% Maths 9 - 4
- 66% English/Maths 9 - 4
Ofsted Parent View
Admission to Willingdon Community School, September 2019
September 2019 Admissions - Click Here
Willingdon Community School Open Morning/Evening Dates - To be Confirmed
- 1000 Students at our school
- 20+ After-school Enrichment clubs every week
Preparing to take the next steps in life
We are one of seven secondary schools and a large FE College (Sussex Downs College), which work very closely together on a range of initiatives. Working collaboratively, the schools and college have developed a number of flexible curriculum offers, strategies to support the development of good behaviour, improved transition to college at 16, staff development programmes and a range of other joint activities.
Willingdon has taken a prominent role in leading on many of these, to the benefit of all schools locally. As a recently designated Teaching School, working together with local schools is very much at the heart of our work, impacting on the quality of our provision but also providing a range of development opportunities for new and experienced teachers.
Report Students Absent
Contact the school on the each day of absence using the absence line 01323 483144 with an explanation, leaving a message if required. They may also email firstname.lastname@example.org or by text to 01323 700027.