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Chulmleigh College is a highly popular fully inclusive state secondary school for pupils age 11-16. Situated in a beautiful rural location, we pride ourselves on traditional values and high academic expectations for all pupils.

In recent years our school has grown by more than 40%, as our reputation across Devon is such that we are the chosen school for many families who live a great distance outside our designated school area.  We are incredibly proud of this reputation and every member of staff works hard to sustain it.

It is part of the Chulmleigh Academy Trust, a group of three primary schools (East Worlington, Lapford and Chulmleigh) and Chulmleigh College. 

Please read on to find out more about our school and how we work hard to embody our values:


Michael Johnson
Executive Headteacher

Latest Updates

26 Jan

Chulmleigh College

Devon Schools Cross-Country Championships After a very successful trip to West Buckland school in November, three of our pupils qualified and were selected to represent North Devon in the championship. All three girls are regular running club members and have shown real commitment battling with the challenging weather this term. With the recent severe weather, driving to the venue at -5 was a concern, and whilst walking the course the committee were unsure of whether the event would go ahead, as the ground was very icy and hard in many areas. Year 7 pupil Isla Squires showed real grit and determination throughout. She displayed focus from start to finish, running fantastically to the bitter end and showing great endurance. She was highly placed (10) in a very strong field. Also in Year 7, Sophie Casavieille-Lacaze started off towards the front and looked strong, but sadly sustained an ankle injury. She showed great resilience as she completed the course and even managed to overtake a few at the end, with encouraging spectators certainly helping. Competitions are new to these girls, and they both handled the whole experience well. Year 10 pupil Grace Shere was in the seniors and had 4300m to run, which was a long way with the weather conditions underfoot. She maintained a consistent pace and completed the course in real style. We were delighted with her time, as she shaved a minute off her qualification time in November. All three runners showed real commitment, determination, and sportsmanship in a very strong running field. I was extremely proud of their resilience and achievements. Thank you for the family support for all runners, the flapjacks and hot chocolate were a treat in the cold weather. Well done Chulmleigh. Mrs Casavieille-Lacaze

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