EBC in Tooting
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There has been a school in Beechcroft Road since 1926 – Bec school opened in the September. It had five classes with 129 boys and seven members of staff. In 1960 Hillcroft school opened as a boys comprehensive school on an adjoining site.
The two schools were separate institutions until 1971 when they merged to form one school Bec-Hillcroft. The newly amalgamated comprehensive school was renamed Ernest Bevin and a new single storey building was built to link the two school building facing Beechcroft Road.
In the summer of 1993 a major building project was started to refurbish the school buildings. During that time only Year 10 &11 students remained on site: Years 7, 8 & 9 were based in the recently vacated buildings of Walsingham School on Clapham Common Westside. The original Bec building was demolished during these building works and the land was developed for private housing.
The building work was completed in 1996 and staff and students moved into the new buildings on Beechcroft Road. The school was renamed Ernest Bevin College in June 1997.
In 2000 the college became a specialist Sports College and was redesignated in 2004. The college gained a second specialism in Mathematics and computing at this time. With the demise of the government’s specialism programme the college became a Computer Science Hub school and in 2016 applied for and was awarded STEM Assured Status. As well as offering a broad and balanced curriculum, there are additional opportunities for students in the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths), Computer Science and elite Sports.
During 2005 a major new development took place: the building of the new Sports and Sixth Form Centre. This complex was opened in September 2007 by Dame Kelly Holmes.
Our vision is to be a highly successful and inclusive community school, of which students, staff and parents are proud to be a part. Our students will leave the school as confident, independent, socially-responsible individuals who are equipped to make a positive contribution to society and the world of work. We will achieve this by:
Ernest Bevin College ….Educating young people for the 21st century…..
by offering unique opportunities in Science Technology Engineering Maths (STEM) and Elite Sport.
Our values of Opportunity, Happiness, Respect, Tolerance and Resilience are at the heart of all that we believe in at Ernest Bevin College. The ethos of the college is one of high expectations of behaviour and learning in conjunction with a warm, friendly and supportive environment. We are inclusive and are proud to have a community of students of all backgrounds, prior attainment and needs. We aim to ensure that we can deliver an education so that everyone is able to fulfil their potential.
Our five Ernest Bevin Values are:
These Bevin values are embedded into the ethos of the college and will remind us all on a daily basis, of our shared values.
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EBC in Tooting