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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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May Half Term Revision Classes 2015

Tues. 26 & Weds. 27 May

The classes will run on 2 days during the Half Term Holiday. They will give you a chance to work through areas in subjects that you have difficulty with so that you can improve your GCSE grades. The dates for the classes are Tuesday 26th May and WEDNESDAY 27th May.


The cost for the classes is £2.50 per day which contributes towards the cost of tuition and secures you a place on the sessions. For students that are entitled to Free School Meals there will be no charge however the booking form must still be completed and handed in to accounts. Refreshments will be provided free of charge during Break – 10.30a.m. to 11.00a.m. in Hall 4.


There are limited places for some subjects; therefore it is recommended that you complete and submit the Booking Form as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

                   

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Heidi will begin studying for her Foundation Degree in Dance and Performance in September after completing her GCSE's.

Heidi Richards studies GCSE Dance at Exmouth Community College and has enjoyed exploring a range of new styles alongside her specialism of ballet. As ballet now increasingly draws from contemporary dance, Heidi's technique and creative choreography skills have notably developed through her school work over the past 2 years making her a real all rounder! She is an outstanding student and the Dance department wish her every success in what will be a the start of an exciting career: well done Heidi.


Heidi Wins Place at

National School

of Ballet

   Talented dancer Heidi  Richards has successfully gained a place at the prestigious Central School of Ballet in Clerkenwell, London.

Revision Guide

Board Games

Mrs Pearson's year 7 students have had fun with one of their homework choices and have made Exmouth Monopoly boards. The Design and Technology team chose to give their students a range of homework tasks from which to choose including the 'Exmouth Monopoly' task and, amongst others, Clementine Donald, Daisy George and Darcey Greenland chose to make their home town into the popular board game. The quality of the finished products was exceptional and Mr Turner, inspired by both the calibre and the subject invited the Mayor of Exmouth to come in and meet the students


On Saturday 21st of March SING experienced their debut professional stage performance. The brilliant Tenors Unlimited had invited SING to perform with them at Exmouth Pavilion as part of their UK tour and the choir were thrilled to be asked. After many intensive rehearsals Saturday came and SING arrived at the Pavilion for their first ever sound check. You could really feel the nerves in the air as they all warmed up for the practice run through but ever professional the students’ behaviour and attitude was exemplary and they sang beautifully. After the sound check they had a picnic tea outside in the Pavilion gardens and then got ready for the evening performance. SING were able to sit in the audience until it was their turn to perform which meant they could enjoy the concert as well.


When it came to their performance they were outstanding. They sang ‘Skyscraper’ on their own and then performed ‘Nessun Dorma’ and ‘You raise me up’ with the Tenors. This was such a valuable experience for SING and they are very grateful to ‘Tenors Unlimited’ for allowing them to share the stage. The Tenors were lovely, friendly and professional people as well as being excellent performers and role models for anyone wishing to pursue this in the future.


College Choir ‘SING’ Enjoy Professional Debut On Stage with ‘Tenors Unlimited’


During the Easter holiday, a number of the College A Level Photography students contributed work for an Exhibition at A La Ronde, the National Trust’s 18th century house in Summer Lane.


The AS and A2 level students involved provided an image each, which was mounted and framed before being displayed in either the house’s stable or tea room. Photography teacher Mr Perry said: “The diversity and talent shown by our students is always impressive, and this year they have produced some exceptional images for the exhibition.”


A spokesperson for the National Trust said that the exhibition was “once again a complete success with many wonderful comments from visitors, staff and volunteers. This truly unique National Trust property is always eager to work alongside our local schools and colleges and keep strong links to the local community”.

A selection of images from the exhibition can currently be seen on display in the Art department corridor, on the first floor of the Hitchins Building.

Photography Students’ Work Exhibited

The Year 9 boys football team who recently trained with West Ham before their National Cup match have reached the Devon and Exeter final!!  The match will be played at St James Park on Wednesday May 6th with a 5:30pm kick off.


To reach the final the boys won against Tiverton, with goals from: Sam Balbi (3), Adam Wilkinson and Jack Sparkes. Final score 5-1. Well done boys.


WE NEED SUPPORTERS AT THE MATCH!!

Spectators will be more than welcome for the final, as much support as possible would be fantastic.

Year 9 Footballers in Devon Cup Final!

The team pictured with West Ham players

More funding for College Buildings

We have been successful with our application to the Condition Improvement Fund to refurbish the roofs, windows and the boys toilets in the languages quad. We are hoping that funding will permit some internal redecoration and replacement flooring in this area. This funding is approximately £600,000.

In addition the EFA will be attending site shortly to scope a project either for the replacement or refurbishment of the Humanities, library, staffroom, reception, gym 2 and Hall 2 blocks. The EFA team will also review the plans for the proposed new build on the Gipsy Lane site as part of the process.