Soham Village College

Latest News

  • Cambridge Needs Talented Teachers

    Cambridge Needs Talented Teachers

    Getting into Teaching - Information event for training places September 2018 and looking ahead for September 2019. Thursday 14th June 2018, 6.00pm-8.00pm Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge Campus, East Road, Cambridge CB1 1PT.

    17th May

  • Year 11 Return Your Locker Key

    Year 11 Return Your Locker Key

    Calling Year 11, Get cash for food, Last chance! Return your locker key outside Lodeside Hall tomorrow to get your 10 deposit put onto your lunch account: 17/05/2018 Break & Lunch (1:15-1:45). Missed us? Come to Finance! Please note: any keys not returned by Friday 8 June 2018, we will keep the 10 deposit to purchase a replacement key.

    16th May

  • Early Closure Friday 20th July 2018

    Early Closure Friday 20th July 2018

    The College will finish early on the last day of the Summer Term which is Friday 20 July 2018. Students will leave school at 1.15pm and not stay for the usual lunchtime. Food will be available in the canteens at morning break. Buses and taxis will depart the site at 1.25pm.

    14th May

  • House Photography Competition

    House Photography Competition

    Soham Village College students have enjoyed their first ever House Photography Competition.The runners-up were Isla Jones in Year 7 for her picture of a bird & Tru Dyble also in Year 7 for her photo of a rabbit. The overall winner was Reece Tennyson-Parsons in Year 11 for his incredible picture of a horse at sunset

    4th May

  • Class of 2018 Leavers Day

    Class of 2018 Leavers Day

    Our Year 11s enjoyed a fabulous Leavers' Day today and the weather was kinder to us this year than it was last year! Wishing all the Year 11s well in their forthcoming exams and for the future.

    4th May


Achieving Excellence With Care

Our vision is to be a truly outstanding Village College at the heart of its community

  • We aim to provide an education in which outcomes for students are outstanding
  • We are committed to the provision of a curriculum which gives every student the opportunity to achieve highly and to enjoy learning
  • We encourage students to develop the skills they will need for working life
  • We are committed to the well-being of all of our students and help them adopt a lifestyle which is safe, healthy and constructive within the local community
  • We seek to enable our students to reflect on their own experiences and those of others to develop a clear set of personal values in which respect for self, others and the environment is central