Impington Village College
About Impington Village College
Impington was the fourth Village College to be established in Cambridgeshire by the visionary educationalist Henry Morris. Morris firmly believed that both formal and informal education should be a lifelong process, and his vision carved an innovative new approach for education. The Village College concept was initially seen by many in government as radical and paternalistic, but following proven success in Cambridgeshire it became a system of education that was adopted across the UK and abroad.