Dear Parents and Students
Welcome to Monmouth Comprehensive School
In our school we encourage everyone to have the highest expectations of themselves and each other as together we Learn to Lead our Lives.
We are proud of our students’ academic achievements. Just as importantly, we are a school that cares. We believe that students need to feel comfortable and secure in order to learn and, as a school, we put as much emphasis on creating a supportive and happy environment as we do on academic success. We achieve both.
I look forward to working with you to ensure the very best learning and life for the young people in our care.
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13 members of the MCSBC squad were selected to represent the school at the National C...
Success for Tillie Westood (7PH), Maddie Francis (7PH) and Cameron Francis (7RW), com...
Well done MCSBC, 11 wins at Monmouth Regatta - a very successful weekend for all conc...
Digital competence plays an increasingly powerful role in the lives of children and young people for communication, networking, information, leisure and entertainment as well as for an increasing range of transactions and educational applications. The ability to use digital technology skills creatively is an increasingly common feature of the modern workplace, for example for developing simulated models that test out ideas safely and inexpensively or when using complex medical equipment that needs to be reprogrammed to match the patient’s individual needs.
Digital competence should not rely on ever changing technologies, but should focus on pedagogy, deeper skill development, transferability, and understanding, as well as potential application of these competencies. We are currently a wireless campus with over seven hundred devices available for students use.
During the summer of 2015 we launched a BYOD pilot in our Sixth Form; their Bring Your Own Device evaluations proved to be so positive that we are currently exploring the roll out of this development into other key stages. Foldr, a piece of software that allows users to access and edit their school files from any devise was piloted in October 2015.