The Hurst is a special place. We hope you enjoy your visit.
As you navigate around this web site you will gather information about the College, including details about our curriculum areas where we are fully staffed with qualified teachers who are committed to our pursuit of excellence for all. Being a large school our curriculum opportunities and facilities are extensive.
We are a Specialist Science College; the first to be designated in Hampshire and provide, as a comprehensive school, high quality education for approximately 1000 young people aged 11 - 16 years. The Hurst is also a full service extended school offering education and facilities to parents and children during the evenings, after school, at weekends and in the holidays. See the community links above or see The Community Website for more information.
The Latest Newsletter - Now Available
(December 2014/15, Issue 3)
We are pleased to announce that the latest College Newsletter is now available to download.Please click here or on the image to view this issue.
We have sent notification to all email addresses on the system advising parents of this latest newsletter.
Previous issues can be found here.
Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Information Report
Provision at The Hurst Community College.
What type of educational setting is The Hurst Community College?
The Hurst Community College is a mainstream setting for 11 – 16 year olds. We are an inclusive school where a range of special educational needs and disabilities are catered for. We also liaise closely with the local primary schools and colleges to support pupils during times of change, whether they are joining or leaving us.
How does the school know if children/young people need extra help?