Casterton business and enterprise college

Casterton Business and Enterprise College (previously Casterton Community College) is one of three secondary schools in the county of Rutland, England. Located in the village of Great Casterton, the school provides education for 11 to 16 year olds, as well as a Childcare Centre for the under 5s and an adult education programme. It opened as Great Casterton Secondary Modern School in the 1950s.

The catchment area is the eastern part of Rutland including Cottesmore, Empingham and Ketton but the college attracts many of its students from Stamford, across the Lincolnshire boundary.

The college was judged outstanding by Ofsted in November 2010.

With the withdrawal of the Tresham Institute from providing post-16 education in Rutland, CBEC took over responsibility in 2010 for Rutland College which has been renamed Rutland County College. CBEC is joined with Ryhall Primary School and also with Casterton Childcare Centre. This means that the total group of education ranges from Nursery to post-16/sixth form in order: Casterton Childcare Centre, Ryhall Primary School, Casterton Business and Enterprise College, Rutland County College.

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