Gibsons Dance Academy show

Students from DCC performed at The Plaza Stockport as part of Gibsons Dance Academy show this weekend. Miss Moran, Teacher of Dance went to watch and was incredibly proud of each and every one of them. Well done!


Y7 Rounders ‘Champions of Tameside’

Last night the year 7 rounders team competed in the annual Tameside tournament. They competed against Fairfield, St Thomas More and All Saints.  They were undefeated in all games, being crowned the Champions of Tameside overall.
They demonstrated excellent teamwork and communication skills alongside great sportsmanship.  In some games they didn’t even concede any points!  They were a credit to the school!  A massive congratulations to these students.

Denton Community College’s “Summer Blast” returns again for 2019!

Our annual Summer Fair will take place on Saturday 13th July from 11am-3pm. There are lots of activities on offer. There is guaranteed fun for all the family, and a market place which will have a range of businesses showcased as well as table top stalls.
If you are interested in supporting the event in any way please contact Mrs Duffy Head of Community

Platinum Members

This week we welcomed a further 11 students to the Platinum Club, 1000 positive points –  Well done.

Platinum Club

This week we welcomed 10 more students to the Platinum Badge club.

The well deserving students have achieved over 1000 positive reward points and we are extremely proud of them.

The National Holocaust Centre Visit – Year 9

Year 9  students from Denton Community Collge visited the National Holocaust Centre this week. Students learnt about the origins of the Holocaust and evaluated how the Jewish people became a target for destruction.

The visit gave students the opportunity to reflect on what it was like to be a Jew living in Germany at the time of around World War 2 and gave a powerful lesson on antisemitism to those that went on the trip.

This interesting and educational trip provided important context for the students, it helped the students to remember the past whilst highlighting how they should protect the future. It proved a rewarding experience for all involved.


Red Nose Day 2015

On Friday 15 March, DCC came together with the rest of the country to do things big and small, that will add up to something massive.

Students attended with Red items of clothing in an attempt to raise funds for the charity event.

Since its launch in 1988, Red Nose Day has become something of a British institution. It’s the day, every two years, when people across the land can get together and raise money at home, school and work.

There’s a fantastic night of TV on the BBC, with comedy and entertainment to inspire the nation to give generously.

Comic Relief spends the money raised by Red Nose Day to help people living tough lives across the UK and internationally.