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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 to hold the Silver Arts Mark for 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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Proposed Admission Arrangements  2017-18

If you would like to comment on the proposed admission arrangements for 2017-18, you should send your written response to Michaela Savage(Clerk to the Governors), Exmouth Community College, Gispy Lane, Exmouth EX8 3AF or email

by end of the consultation period.  The consultation period is from 1st December 2015 to 31st January 2016.

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Fond Memories of Jean Harris

Jean Harris died a few months ago.  Jean was a great supporter of the school extra curricular activities and evening classes including cake decorating and card making. Her family have kindly donated boxes of things for us to use at college.(card, coloured paper, card decorations, ribbon, cupcake cases, cake decorations and cake tins.)  We would like to thank the family and will remember Jean for all she did for members of the college-both young and old.

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Collect Your Exam Certificates

Certificates for the Summer 2015 GCSE & A.Level exams will be available for collection from the Telfer Reception on Gipsy Lane from Monday 30th November onwards.

Reception is open from  8am - 4.30pm  Monday to Friday.

Certificates should be collected and signed for by the student candidate unless written permission is given for someone else to collect on your behalf.

Last week Post 16 History students enjoyed a whirlwind tour of historical London with Ms. Weller and Mr. Moran. On Tuesday students visited the newly re-furbished Imperial War Museum, the National Portrait Gallery and the Tower of London as well as the (less historical) Pizza Express and Hagen Daaz restaurants in Leciester Square. On Wednesday students attended a Post 16 lecture conference where they enjoyed lectures by renowned Tudor experts such as Dr. John Guy and TV celebrity and Historian David Starkey.

Next year's trip will include a night at the award winning Miss Saigon musical as an accompaniment to the Vietnam War element of the A Level History course.

Post 16 Historians Meet the Tudors in London!

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New Jump Pits Opened by Sky Sports Mentor, Vernon Samuels

Vernon won his first national title in 1979, and over the following five years he set a series of records, won multiple national championships and received his first senior international honours while still attending school. Aged 19, Vernon won a sports scholarship to Southern Methodist University, Texas; he graduated in 1988 and in the same year qualified to represent GB in the Seoul Olympics. Vernon’s greatest career achievement was finishing 13th at the 1988 Olympics as the top of three British competitors representing GB. He finished his international career in 1992 as top ranked GB indoor Triple Jumper and now promotes sport to young people.

During the day Vernon worked with a range of PE students and in the afternoon together with Mr Alexander, Mr Thompson and Governor, Ruth Jones he attended the opening of the new college jump pits. As special guest Vernon cut the tape to formally open the jumps. A number of students then braved the wind and made some impressive jumps.

Mr Samauels said that he had really enjoyed working with students at Exmouth Community College. He found the students to be welcoming, engaged and keen to ask questions. It was one of the best visits he had ever had and he visits hundreds of schools!