Hyde Community College is a school of average size. The college has recently introduced a sixth form and the college's first full set of A-level results
will be published in August of this year.
The proportion of girls attending the college is high. The proportion of students supported by the pupil premium is well above average. (The pupil
premium provides additional funding for those pupils who are known to be eligible for free
school meals and those children looked after by the local authority.)
In the main, two large ethnic groups are represented in the school. Almost a third of students
have Bangladeshi heritage, and two thirds have White British heritage.
About one third of students speak English as an additional language which is well above
The proportion of students supported through school action is below that found nationally. The proportion supported at school action plus or with a statement of special educational needs
is also below average.
The college meets the government's current floor standard, which is the minimum expectation
for students' attainment and progress.
A Hearing Impaired Unit, staffed by local authority employees, is housed in the school building. One Key Stage 4 student receives part of their education at Tameside College, and one attends
Tameside college full time.
The school has entered 21 students early for their GCSE examinations in mathematics. A new headteacher has been appointed to take up post in September of this year.
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