About Us

Mildenhall College (of Technology) became an academy on 1st July 2013 with the Academy Transformation Trust.
Founded in 1976 and formerly an upper school with pupils aged 13-18 Mildenhall College took on two additional year groups in September 2012 under Suffolk County Council’s re-organisation of schools, becoming a community 11-18 (mixed) school. It currently has 1050 students on roll (200 in the Sixth Form). The academy operates across a split-site with Years 7 to 11 at the main site (Bury Road) and the Sixth Form in its own specialist Sixth Form Centre, MCA6, at Sheldrick Way.

Mildenhall College Academy serves a semi-rural area and over half of our youngsters travel to the academy by bus. In order to assist students who want to stay for after school activities, of which there are many, the academy provides free ‘late’ transport home.


  • For the academic year 2015-2016, following our ‘Good’ rating from OFSTED in March, the priority for the academy in order for us to achieve an outstanding grading, will be;
    To improve achievement further by

    • ensuring that all teachers apply academy procedures for planning and delivering lessons that match the abilities of students in order to accelerate their progress
    • ensuring that feedback given to students on their work is precise and subject specific so enabling students to improve
    • building upon the good work done to develop the quality of writing, particularly for boys
    • ensuring that leaders’ monitoring of the progress made by students accessing full-time alternative provision is consistently strong.
    • Further develop the strategies to work with parents and carers so that all are well informed about the progress of their children.
    • Build upon the good work done to improve attitudes to learning by increasing the number of routes by which students can communicate their views.
  • Our vision: ‘working together; supporting individuals’
  • The Governing Body meets termly to hear the reports from the Principal and to discuss matters of interest or concern. The Governors are responsible for the appointment of staff and for general oversight of the way the Academy is working. For more information and a full list of our governors please click here

 


Prospectus

Click the link to view our new 2016-17 prospectus