Exmouth Community College is a fully comprehensive academy. We provide a first class education and a broad and exciting range of extended opportunities for our students.  We are proud of our work in creative and performing arts. We are a Fairtrade School and a Specialist School in Maths & Computing. Our curriculum, transition arrangements and sport are all outstanding.(Ofsted)  We are committed to good behaviour, appearance and hard work and reward this through our awards system which encourages achievement for all.

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Parents Give Positive Feedback on the College

A survey was undertaken in 2015 by an independent company on behalf of the College.  The survey was to establish how parents felt about the service offered by the College.  Read the results.

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September 2016?

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PRIZE
WINNER
Subject Award Art
Isobel Webber
Subject Award Business Studies
Joe Burnett
Subject Award Classics
Madeline Buckley
Subject Award Computing & ICT
Ariadna Bazaga Pozas
Subject Award Dance
Harriet Musgrove
Subject Award Drama
Tom Baker
Subject Award English
Lorainne Adona
Subject Award Geography
Megan Ruffle
Subject Award Health & Care
Phoebe Mitchell
Subject Award History
Michelle Wellington
Subject Award Leisure & Tourism
Aimee Williams
Subject Award Maths
Cameron Jackson
Subject Award Media Studies
Franceska Anderson
Subject Award Modern Languages
Jack Phillips
Subject Award Music
Luke Johnston
Subject Award Religion
Joseph Oates
Subject Award Science
Tom Burrows
Subject Award Sport & Leisure
Anya Kilburn-Thompson
Subject Award Technology
Yana Tushingham
STEM Award
Jacob Congreve
Performing Arts Award
Amy Hill
AnTech Engineering Award
Heather Upton
Jack Skittrall
Bernard & Anne Hughes Citizen Shield
Niamh Scott
Geoff Ingram Award
Shannon Borrowdale
Behaviour & Attitude Awards
Year 7
Oliver Smith
Year 8
Chloe Bevan
Year 9
Serena Dyke
Year 10
Leah Whatmore
Year 11
Harriet Musgrove
Epraise
3rd
William Henderson   
4th
Lavinia De Saram
2nd
Lottie Watkins
Epraise College Cup
1st
Ines Flores-Mateu
Head of Year Awards
Year 7
Sarah Reynolds
Year 8
Erin Jukes
Year 9
Theo Burne
Year 10
Megan Qualter
Year 11
Samuel Haynes
Key Stage 3 Service Award
Joshua Cressall
Key Stage 3 Prize
Cameron Conn
Key Stage 4 Service Award
Tom Nicholas
Key Stage 4 Prize
Aimee Williams
Premier Cup Winner
Molly Seymour

Premier Awards 2016

Awards are presented to our students throughout the year because we believe in a culture which rewards those who deserve recognition as a result of effort, achievement, good attendance and service.  Although we expect everyone to work hard and contribute what they can to the College and community, we also want to recognise and reward the achievements and effort of our students. The annual programme of awards presentations begins with staff looking back over the course of the academic year considering those students who, through their work, service, and attitude stand out as worthy of a top award. During the last year over 9000 certificates have been issued against epraise points awarded to students. These two factors lead to the final winners—after, it must be said, some serious discussion.  The first awards are presented to students at their full year group assemblies which have recently been taking place. These assemblies are an opportunity to present awards and review the achievements of the year. Before these assemblies take place, senior staff consider all the nominations and select the students who will be invited to attend the Premier Awards Evening.  

To win a Premier Awards is recognition of a student’s effort, progress or some special quality which sets them aside from the other well deserving students.

Gallery of Awards Pictures

Activity Week 2016

Two Fabulous Prom Nights!

Post 16

Post 16 students celebrated the end of their courses on Weds 6 July with a glamorous night at Ocean on the seafront overlooking the sea. Fabulous frocks, smart young men and a lot of fun was had by all.  PROM PICTURES: click


Year 11 students had their prom on the following evening at the Pavilion and the crowds enjoyed the usual fantastic array of vehicles and methods of arrival.  Everyone looked “Fabulous Darling” and a great night was had by all. There will be a double page spread in the Exmouth Journal next week from whom photos can be obtained.

Post 16 Prom Year 11

Photos of Yr 11 Prom courtesy of  Emma Crane


Yr 11 Prom Premier Awards

College Reception Opening During Summer Holidays

July 18th: 8.00 - 16.30

July 19th: 8.00 - 16.30

July 20th: 8.00 - 16.30

July 21st: 9.00 - 16.30

July 22nd: 9.00 - 16.30

August 17th: 8.30 - 12.30

A.Level Results Day

August 18th: 7.45 - 16.30

August 19th: 8.15 - 15.30

August 24th: 8.30 - 16.30

GCSE Results Day

August 25th: 7.45 - 16.30  

August 26th: 8.15 - 15.30

August 30th: 9.00 - 13.00

August 31st: 9.00 - 13.00

September 1st: 8.00 - 16.30

September 2nd: 8.00 - 16.30


TERM STARTS FOR YEARS 7 & 10

MONDAY 5 SEPT.

ALL YEARS ATTEND TUESDAY 6 SEPT.

Kite surfer Guy Bridge who is a student at Exmouth Community College - studying Btec Sport - recently became a World Record Holder. Guy was first around the Isle of Wight in a time of 2 hours 32 minutes, averaging speeds of 19.68knts!

Guy now holds a World record for the fastest kite surfer around the Isle of Wight and also the fastest single-handed sailor around the island as well. Mr Lowe, Head of P.E., said, “I am incredibly proud, as is the  whole College of Guy’s amazing achievement. To study full time and train so hard to be an elite sports performer is one thing, but then to do this - unbelievable!”

Student Guy Bridge sets Kite Surfing World Record


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