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Collingham College

Collingham College is an independent, co-educational GCSE and sixth form college, which was founded as Collingham Tutors in 1975 by John Marsden and Nicholas Browne.[1] Collingham is situated in London's Earls Court area. It is directly between Earl's Court and Gloucester Road stations, both served by the District and the Piccadilly lines.

The Principal of Collingham is Sally Powell, BA PGCE MPhil Oxon and the Deputy Principal is James Allder BA.

There are about two hundred and fifty students at Collingham, from different backgrounds and across the ability range. Most of the students are from 16–19 years of age. They run Christmas and Easter revision courses near to exams which are available to the public.

According to the Good Schools Guide, Collingham "Appeals to children who haven’t quite fitted into the public school system. The level of support given to students is exceptional, reflected in a growth of confidence and the desire to succeed." [2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Telegraph Obituaries John Marsden 5 March 2004
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-07-09. Retrieved 2008-10-07. 

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Coordinates: 51°29′31.5″N 0°11′18″W / 51.492083°N 0.18833°W / 51.492083; -0.18833