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Annette Pearson, who works as a part-time design technology teacher at Exmouth Community College, has been awarded the Joanna Radford Award by Devon Artist Network, organiser of Devon Open Studios, along with event sponsor Helpful Holidays. The prize includes £150 towards art materials and the cost of entering the event. Annette said, “I am so excited and extremely grateful. I’m really looking forward to Devon Open Studios. I’ve been attending various art and printmaking courses in my spare time and I’ve realised this is ‘my time’ to develop my art, find my style and try to become the artist I have always wanted to be.
I hope that winning the Joanna Radford Award and Devon Open Studios will introduce me to an audience and allow me to become part of a network of artists.”
Devon Open Studios is a scheme where members of the public can visit art studios for free: it attracts more than 35,000 visitors annually, will be taking place this year between September 9 and September 24. It will feature more than 200 artists opening their studios in 142 venues across Devon, with the full brochure set to be published in late July
Technology Teacher is Successful Artist!
Emotional Farewell to Year 11 at their Final Assembly.
It was Year Eleven’s final assembly before leaving Key Stage 4. It was Mr Alexander’s last ever Year 11 assembly.
Mr Alexander is pictured with students at the end of their leaving assembly above and in fine form talking to the year group.
All of the pastoral team who had worked with the year group over their five years at college attended the assembly and bade them well for the future. Final awards were presented and some very embarrassing pictures of the students in their younger days amused everyone but also made the point that it was time to move on to the more adult world. Smudge performed brilliantly to entertain both staff and students.
Head of Year 11 , Mr Findel-Hawkins, ably assisted by Mrs Ford and Mrs Wakeham ran the assembly and it was clear that they had a real affection for the year group. The Year Group will now celebrate with the Prom at the Pavilion on July 6.
We wish all of Year 11 the very best for the future and please remember Ms Mile’s words, “Come in and ask for help if you need it.”
Mr Alexander’s Retirement
If you would like to say farewell to
Mr Alexander please drop into
on the seafront on
19 July between 4 and 7pm
Summer Showtime Spectacular Hits the Right Note
This was an event which truly showcased the range of talented young people we have at the college. Drama, dance, music and song were presented in a professional manner making for a highly entertaining evening. The event was jointly organised by Exmouth Rotary and the College. The profits will go to charity.
Girls Inspired to be Engineers
We thank Jabobs Engineering for once again supporting the promotion of girls taking up engineering as a career. After an inspiring opening talk the girls set about doing the timed set task. Subsequently their ideas and drawings were to assessed by the visiting team from Jacobs. The ladies on the left, above, were certainly enjoying the challenge!
Mr Alexander, Principal
Mr Findel-Hawkins: Head of Year 11
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