The Beauchamp College is an upper school and further education community college, in Oadby, a town on the outskirts of Leicester, England. It is situated on the southern edge of the built-up area of Oadby on the same campus as Gartree High School and Brocks Hill Primary School.HistoryGrammar schoolThe school dates back to the mid-15th century having started life as Kibworth Beauchamp Grammar School. The history of that school has been written by Bernard Elliott. In 1964 it became the Beauchamp Grammar School when it moved from School Lane, Kibworth, into new buildings in Oadby, a rapidly growing residential suburban area to the South of Leicester, about five miles from the City of Leicester.ComprehensiveIt thus became a comprehensive Upper School for pupils aged 14 to 18, although the last pupils to have gained entry at Kibworth via the Eleven Plus examination did not leave until 1968. It then became fully comprehensive, serving Oadby as its main catchment area as well as drawing from villages up to eight miles away.AcademyThe school converted to academy status on 1 May 2013.Community collegeBeauchamp is also a Community College, with over 2500 part-time students taking part in a variety of recreational, cultural and academic evening classes. Many extra curricular activities are also held on a weekly basis such as Young Enterprise, Drama and sports clubs, (primarily Tennis and Football).