Shoreham College

Shoreham College

About the school

Shoreham College is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational all-through school for children aged 3-16 situated in Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex. The school is administered by a governing council and is a registered charity. At full capacity, this independent day school can host 494 students across pre-school, primary and secondary.

Shoreham College was founded by the Protestant Alderman of Shoreham in 1852. It became Shoreham Grammar School for Boys, then Shoreham College in 1979. It admitted female students in the 1980s and the nursery was opened in 1994.

Values and vision

Shoreham College focuses on providing an excellent academic education while protecting children’s mental and physical well-being. Although it is a non-faith school, an understanding of Christian values as well as respect for all cultures is encouraged.

Extra-curricular activities ranging from the creative to the active help children develop a variety of skills.

ISI report

“Supported by good, and often excellent, teaching and with access to a broad curriculum, pupils make good progress in their skills and knowledge. By the time they leave the college in Year 11 they have achieved success in GCSE examinations according to their ability and further developed their skills and talents in a range of extra-curricular pursuits. The teaching of pupils with SEND is highly successful in meeting their needs helped by the focused support within and outside of the classroom.”

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