Melbourn Village College is a small rural school in the beautiful surroundings of South Cambridgeshire. At Melbourn Village College “Everybody is Somebody” and we take great care to get to know all of our students as individuals, allowing their personalities to develop as they mature into young adults. The care of our students is of the utmost importance and is our very first duty and priority. It is also a place where teachers and associate staff can thrive and develop professionally in a positive, inclusive, supportive atmosphere.
If you are interested in your child joining MVC please read our admissions arrangements and policy by following the link on the left-hand menu. You can download our prospectus here.
All admissions to Years 7 -11 are co-ordinated by the Cambridgeshire County Council admissions team.
If you are interested in joining the staff at MVC, please explore the left-hand menu links to current vacancies and The Cam Academy Trust or email email@example.com.
You can find out more information in our Teacher Training section and read our Staff Mental Health and Wellbeing Policy here.
Visits to the school from prospective new students and staff are welcomed and we encourage you to come and see our fantastic learning environment, supportive departments and allow us to demonstrate our pride in the school, good morale and employee engagement. Melbourn Village College provides caring and supportive environment for both staff and students.
If you would like to visit us, or require more information, please telephone reception on 01763 223400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org during term time.
School Security for Visitors
All visitors to the school should report to Reception where they will be asked to sign in and be issued the relevant visitor badge. Visitors without a DBS check will be met and escorted by a member of staff at all times whilst they are on the school site. They will be issued a red visitor badge. If a visitor has an enhanced DBS clearance certificate via their employer they will be issued a yellow visitor badge, this indicates that we have seen their DBS and that they do not need to be escorted whilst on the school site. Visitors must sign out at the end of their visit and hand in their visitor badge. All visitors must adhere to the site emergency procedures. Information about our safeguarding team and procedures is on display around the school and available from reception.
Delivery/collection drivers should report to reception. For large deliveries they will be directed to drive round to the site office by reception staff. Small deliveries or collections may be made in reception or the driver may be met by a member of the site team in reception. Delivery drivers are not expected to sign in or out as they will not be permitted further than reception or the site office and their time on site is very brief.
Everybody is somebody