Cambourne Village College is a mixed secondary school located in Cambourne, Cambridgeshire.
It is a free school that opened in 2013, and is part of a federation with Comberton Village College operating within the Cam Academy Trust.
The school’s primary catchment area is Cambourne, and largely admits pupils from Jeavons Wood Primary School, Monkfield Park Primary School, Hardwick and Cambourne Community Primary School and The Vine Inter-Church School in Cambourne.
The school is located at a purpose-built campus in the north-west of Lower Cambourne and is also available for use by the local community, in common with the Village College tradition in Cambridgeshire.
It is the first secondary school to be established in Cambourne for students aged between 11 and 16 years of age. Currently there is no Sixth Form.
There are plans for a second campus (see College Expansion below).
Executive Principal: Stephen Munday CBE MA
Head of School: Claire Coates
For more information see website below.
College Expansion: A second campus will be built at the College to accommodate the growing number of students living in Cambourne (and the planned new homes to be built at Cambourne West).
The Office of the Regional School Commissioner has granted permission for the construction of a new campus, adjacent to the existing one.
Admissions Consultation: News item dated 25th April 2018 sets out information regarding an amendment to the 2019-2020 Admissions Policy for the Cambourne Village College.
See full news item on the College website here