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Littleover Community School
Motto Bene Consulendo
Established 1949
Type Comprehensive community school
Headteacher Mr David Nichols
Specialism Maths and Science College
Location Pastures Hill
DE23 4BZ
LEA Derby
Ofsted number 112956
Staff 103
Students 1342
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11 to 18
Coordinates: 52°53′59″N 1°31′32″W / 52.89971°N 1.52563°W / 52.89971; -1.52563

Littleover Community School is a coeducational secondary school situated on Pastures Hill, Littleover, Derbyshire in England, with an age range of pupils from 11–16.

It is a mixed non denominational school which educates over 1,500 pupils from in and around Derby. It is a Science Mathematics and Languages specialist school and boasts high academic results, both at GCSE and A-Level.

The current headteacher is David Nichols.



Originally designed by a cinema architect the school has under gone many extensions as the number of pupils has grown. The school covers a vast amount of area. It refers to these buildings as blocks, there are many different blocks such as
A Block: the main science building
B Block: humanities and ICT
C Block: art, technology and music
D Block: english and maths
E Block: languages
J Block: art and technology
K Block: IT Suites
L Block: Religious Education and languages
The naming of the blocks is alphabetical however some letters have been omitted as they were felt inappropriate.

Millennium Centre

The Millennium Centre is a post-16 6th form Centre run jointly by Littleover and Derby Moor Community Sports College, with joint heads, Jamie Henshaw for Derby Moor Community Sports College and Rob Archer for Littleover. There are a wide range of subjects for students to study at A-Level, before applying to universities during their 2nd year (year 13) or finding employment.

Notable alumni

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