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Helpful revision guide for students and parents/carers with tips and resources - for download.
Congratulations to year 9 student Tia as she qualifies for karate Australian world cup.
Year 7 student Maya to represent England in the Dance World Cup.
Download info about Tameside Adult and Community Education courses 16/17
'Disrespect Nobody' campaign to prevent young people from becoming perpetrators and victims of abusive relationships.
Download the mock exam seating plan and timetable.
A guide to understanding Key Stage 3 written reports.
Denton Community College celebrates Stars in Our Schools - acknowledgement of our hard working support staff.
The way that GCSEs are graded is changing. Follow the link for more information about these changes.
9th July 2016 11am – 4pm. Taylor Lane, M34 3NG Lots of fun activities for all the family
Local Mind - We've got lots of exciting things coming up in May. Find out more>
Are you aged 16-24 years old, not in employment, education or training? Money Skills Workshop on Monday 16th May 2016
If you want to set parental controls on apps such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, here's how to do it.
Join us for 'Walk and Talk' in April-May (extra Weds in Mental Health Awareness Week) 30 minute walk in good company
Updated options information for current Year 8 to Year 9 students who will leaving in 2018 to 2019.
Understand what the main health and wellbeing challenges are for people living in Tameside.
Come and join in the fun at the Oasis Fun Day - Saturday 13 February 10.30am-1pm - Fun for all the family!
Featuring Twelve24 - Carmel Christian Centre, Denton - Friday 11 March 2016 - 7.30-9.30
Stay active during the school holidays with Active Holiday Camps keep children 6-13 years active in the holidays
Nissan Win-a-car & Hospitality for 2 at the Manchester derby.
Denton Community College a champion school for the Get Set Action national campaign
Self-management College - Supporting health, wellbeing and recovery courses across Bury, Heywood, Middleton….
Free Courses for 16-25 Year olds in association with Greater Manchester Fire & Rescue Service
Guide for parents about your child's use of social media and how to keep them safe.
FREE Weight Loss Support | Get your Guide to Losing Weight Book, 40 minute personal consultation
There has been a lot in the media lately about older people, loneliness and isolation. Find out more on how you can help
Ashton Sixth Fome College offers courses in : Supporting Teaching and Learning, Playwork, PGCE and more...
A five week computer course for complete beginners at: Oasis, 2 Tatton Road, Haughton Green, M34 7NP
Come and see ate the Denton Christmas Markets - Final 22 November 3pm
Thursday 19 Nov - Sun 22 No. Open Daily from 11am in Denton Civic Square
Wednesday 21 October and Thursday 22 October. Please view the guide for parents.
Pilot project to equip public with life saving skills as just 44% of people in the North West know CPR
We invite all parents/carers of children in primary schools to our 'Transition Tour' every Thursday
City in the Community is recruiting men aged between 30-65 for a new health and wellbeing programme
Your local debt help drop-in: Every Wednesday 1pm - 2pm at the Olive Cafe, Denton M34 3PF
Improve your Maths and English skills
The Crafters Festival are holding our next event at Denton Festival Hall on Saturday 15th August 2015.
I really enjoyed my time at JDA and learned a lot in the short time I was there...
Dentonbury music festival has entertained over 360 parents and friends of students across 5 schools over 2 days.
Saturday 11th July 11am-4pm. Come along to Denton Community College for a fun packed family day out.
RE at University! Over 70 pupils in Year 10 have recently had the opportunity to visit…>
We warmly invite all parents/carers of children in primary schools to our 'Transition Tours' every Thursday.
Every Thursday we warmly invite all parents/carers of children in primary schools to our 'Transition Tour'.
Would you like to get fitter? Have you gained some weight and slipped into unhealthy eating patterns?
The students and staff raised an amazing £1192.46 for Comic Relief and OKE.
Teachers from DCC dressed up as characters from books, as part of their World Book Day celebrations.
Stuart Milk a global LGBT activist will be visiting DCC and delivering a variety of workshops to Year 10 students
The Certificate Evening has been arranged for Thursday 5th February 6pm to 7pm
Latest Ofsted report for Denton Community College
Interested in becoming a Teaching Assistant? Level 2 Certificate course starting 20th January
Free sports and dance sessions - starts Tuesday 17th September 5pm-7pm for Years 5 - 11.
Denton Community College forms exclusive link with EMI in a composition project with the Royal Academy of Music.
Humanities News

RE at University!



Over 70 pupils in Year 10 have recently had the opportunity to visit the RE/Philosophy departments at both Manchester and Lancaster University. They were able to have a taste of student life by having a lecture, seeing student accommodation and meeting university students who shared their experiences of university life. Miss Stanton said, “This is an amazing opportunity for pupils at the college to have a taster of university life and they were able to ask students about what university is really like. It gave the chance for pupils to think about their future and what they would like to achieve.”



German visitors come to DCC!


In the last term DCC has welcomed guests from Germany who wanted a taste of school life in the UK. 21 girls who play for Tus Grunenbaum football team in Germany and their coaches visited college as part of the Denton Town Twinning exchange programme, where they experienced the sights of Denton and the surrounding area. They commented on the fantastic facilities we have in college and how school life is very different here compared to Germany. Some Year 9 students helped to host the guests and they were great ambassadors for the college.



DCC General Election!


On Thursday 7th May 2015, the country went to the polls to elect a new government and here at Denton Community College, The Humanities Faculty wanted to highlight the importance of taking part in democracy by organising our own mock general Election.  By holding a whole-school mock election, we wanted to increase the awareness of politics in our student body. Our aim was to engage pupils, get them talking about the general election, get them asking questions and for them to have experience of taking part in the process of a real-democratic election.


The build-up to the mock election tried to mirror the real election. The atmosphere was electric! To start the whole process, form tutors asked their pupils to sign the electoral register.  Religious Education lessons were then adapted for each Year group to introduce the topic of politics and government. The next step of the process was to select Year 10 pupils to represent four fictional parties; Progress, Tomorrow, Transform and Vision. The selected pupils created manifestos and were tasked to create promotional information, posters and deliver speeches which would help them to win the mock election. The Year 10 pupils then delivered and pitched their manifestos to each year group during assemblies.