|Type:||Day / Boarding|
|Head's Name:||Robert Robinson MBE|
|Phone:||028 9076 3076|
Set in a 100 acre wooded campus with ten rugby pitches, squash courts, a swimming pool, tennis courts, hockey pitches, state-of-the-art boarding houses and academic facilities on site Campbell College offers plenty of opportunities for students including the CCF, Duke of Edinburgh and the chance to represent the school in national sporting competitions. In Sixth Form boys have their own recreation and study facilities and independent learning is encouraged easing the transition from school to university.
At Campbell College we aim to promote all personalities, all talents and interests and to inculcate a culture of mutual trust. Whatever the grade a student receives at the transfer test this school requires all students to aspire towards excellence across the total curriculum. At Campbell we have fashioned a curriculum to meet the needs of the very bright and to harvest the talents of the less able students in one school. Campbell has years of experience of offering teaching and learning to a breadth of abilities. The challenge for schools is to help students to learn how to learn: to have a zest for knowledge and an enquiring mind are great attributes for adult life.
Campbell aims to help students make the most of their talents. Academic and vocational study is vitally important to this school and we expect our students to reach for high grades, but Campbell’s view of education celebrates the creative, physical and spiritual as well as the intellectual. Above all we want our students to leave this school with an assured set of values; we want them to believe that they can make a difference in society; we want boys to leave this school with things that are going to matter to them for the rest of their lives.