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 but we also specialise 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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The Blend. A Dynamic, Dramatic and Original Dance Show

In mid March students studying dance delivered a fantastic show presenting three evenings of wonderfully entertaining and engaging dance choreographed by the dancers.  The brilliant dancing was enhanced by superb lighting and music to a professional standard.  

A superb achievement for all involved.

See LINX magazine at the end of term for pull out double page picture feature on the show

Year 9 musicians enjoyed a trip to see the "Classical Spectacular" at the Royal Albert Hall on Friday 17 March.

We took a coach to London and arrived at the magnificent Royal Albert Hall. Walking into the hall was like being transported into real luxury: it had an amazing structure and looked as beeatiful as a sunset on the horizon!   The music which was performed were lovely and calm and soothing to the ear until a cannon was fired and marksmen fired their rifles.  Visiting the Albert Hall was an outstanding experience and I would be happy to do it all over again.                                 Caleb Atherton Yr9

Musicians Trip to the Albert Hall

for Spectacular Concert!

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Students MUST complete a Booking Form available from KS4 Office ..or

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Completed forms and payment to ACCOUNTS by 3.0pm Monday 27 March

Places are limited for some subjects: book early to avoid disappointment

Easter Revision 2017- Booking Form.docx

Red Nose and Mufti Day for Students, Staff- and Dogs!


The college has received awards from Comic Relief for the cash it raises on Red Nose Day.  Students were in mufti and many staff were in college uniform - of sorts! Students and staff had organised activities and one was karaoke in Hall 2 which was great fun.

A good day was had by all and whilst the academic work continued many hundreds of pounds were raised (see above)  for this worthy charity.

Welcome to German Exchange Students & Staff

THIS WEDNESDAY

On Monday 27 March Mr Alexander welcomed German exchange students and staff to the College.  They will enjoy discovering the area and the College whilst staying in Devon.


THE PAVILION

EXMOUTH

Tues 25th - Saturday 29th April 2017

7.30pm

Tickets: £13.50 - £17.50

Box Office: 01395 222477  www.ledtickets.co.uk

Nearly all the money has been counted and we have raised



for Comic Relief!!!


£2,586.39 CLICK TO BOOK

Jack Briggs, College super student chef, is one of only two students to make it through to the final of the Great Schools Cook Off Competition. He will represent the college at The Exeter Festival of South West Food and Drink at Exeter Castle on Saturday 29 April. Jack will be competing against a student from Kings.  There will no room for slip ups as internationally known and Michelin starred chef, Michael Caines, is the judge.



The Great Schools Cook Off: Jack Briggs is a winner!

The menu which took Jack through to the final was:-

Starter: Smoked mackerel pâté with toasted ciabatta slices.

Main Course: Parmesan chicken wrapped in Parma ham with a side of baked carrots in orange juices, asparagus in a Hollandaise sauce, mixed tomatoes and hassel back potatoes.

Tasty!  Once again our student chefs make an impact in a major competition. Well done to Jack- and the Food Technology staff.