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 History department recently took sixty eight year ten students to the World War One battlefields of France and Belgium to support and inform their GCSE learning. The students visited the cemeteries of Tyne Cot and Langemark; explored the Wellington Tunnels and paid their respects at the Thiepval memorial to the soldiers who died but who were not found.

The group were also lucky enough to attend the Last Post ceremony at the Menin Gate in Ypres: a valuable and moving experience.  This was a great trip, despite the rather poor weather at times, which helped the students understand the realities of war including the political and human consequences.

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Book Week @ECC

To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of World Book Day & Reading

On Thursday 23 February KS3 Only

STOP, DROP & READ 8.45 am for 30 mins. (Yrs 7/8/9 only)

On Tuesday 28 February  we are holding a Giant Book Sale and Balloon Burst

On Thursday  March 2 -WORLD BOOK DAY-  we are delighted to be welcoming best selling author Chris Bradford to come and chat to over 1,000 students from here and visiting schools. Chris will be  talking on the theme of Samurai Warriors and 21st Century Bodyguards!

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Tate Modern & Jacobean Theatre for Post 16 Students

A group of Post 16 students had a wonderful trip to London on the first Saturday of the spring half term. Arriving in Waterloo they saw the sights of the South Bank and then visited Tate Modern which the students thought was “brilliant”. Especially popular were the Rothko, Richter, Guerilla Girls and Tower of Babel installation.  The group explored the gallery to the full.  

The next stop was the Sam Wanamaker theatre to see The White Devil:  an original candlelit Jacobean production. This proved to be an amazingly fresh way of helping students understand the play and Webster.

Town Council Supports College Cadets

Deputy Principal, Mr Turner, recently applied to the Town Council for a continuance of the grant support the council currently give to assist the College in its Community Cadet programme.  The Cadets work with the emergency services and learn a range of skills which are used to support the community.  The scheme gives many young people the chance to develop self confidence and social skills which will be invaluable when seeking and undertaking full time employment or further education.  The College is very grateful for the commitment the Town Council have made to continue their support of the cadets scheme for a further three years.  A group of the present cadets will soon visit the Council to give an overview of what they have been involved with this academic year and their reactions to their experiences.  Read more about the cadets

Brooke Bradley does not look like a rugby player..but she is... and a brilliant one.  So good, in fact, that she represented her country as she played in the England team against an under 20 Army side during spring half term.  England won the match 38-15

Brooke, who is in Year 12,  is now involved in two forthcoming matches against France. The first one this weekend (25th Feb) at Esher and then on the 17th March in France at Stade Guy Bonfice in Mont-de-Marson.

Congratulations Brooke, all at the College are very proud of you and we wish you all the best for the future. Sports results

Brooke Plays for England Under 20 Team

College Musicians Tour: Amsterdam

Students from the College took their musical talents to Amsterdam over the spring half term.  It was very cold but that did not stop them having a great time and playing successful, well received concerts.

It takes more than a bit of snow to stop an ECC musician getting to a gig!