Mortimer Community College


Mortimer Community College is located by the junction of Mortimer Road and Reading Road in South Shields. The college teaches students aged 11-16. There is a large glass mural for the foyer of made in a collaboration of the school with the National Glass Centre.

Mortimer Community College is a coeducational secondary school located in South Shields, Tyne and Wear, England. It takes pupils from the age of 11-16. It is a specialist Arts and Sports College.

The school teamed up with the National Glass Centre for a project to design a large glass mural for the foyer of the school. The glass mural when complete was unveiled by David Miliband, then the UK Foreign Secretary, on 19 March 2010.

Notable former pupils and staff

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