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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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 Bienvenue au Château de la Baudonnière

On the 3rd May, 59 year 8 students set off on their journey to the Château de la Baudonnière where they were set to experience a variety of activities such as archery, fencing, bread making, orienteering, climbing and a very muddy assault course conducted entirely in French!

On the other days, we visited a French market, Mont St Michel and Arromanches. The 360 cinema and Musée du Débarquement gave everyone the opportunity to participate in the VE day commemorations.

In the evenings there were a number of different items to entertain us: the final one included several of our students participating in a talent show with members from the other schools at the Chateau. We were proud of all our performers but a special mention must go to Lisa England for winning a prize for her wonderful performance of Skyfall, ably assisted by Mr Demetre as James Bond.

All the students conducted themselves impeccably throughout the week and were a credit to the college.

You have helped these people We have raised over

On Friday 15 May it was decided that the money we raised as a school would be donated to "The Dolma Development Fund". The charity organiser’s response was:

"That's fantastic! It's good to hear from you and it's amazing how much kindness the people of Nepal are being shown from around the world at this time. I'm off to another remote village tomorrow to deliver aid."

The Dolma Development Fund is a non-profit organisation founded in 2003 to alleviate poverty by investing in education, health and sustainable businesses in Nepal. As an education sponsor for the poorest, they transform the lives of children and their families for generations to come. In health, they help remote communities and children with disabilities reach the care they need. As an impact investor, they unleash the power of the local entrepreneur to generate jobs and pride.

If you are interested you can like the link below on facebook and you will receive updates on how the donations are being used.

College Donation to Nepal Disaster Funds

Silence for Nepal

Two year 8 Geography classes were so moved by the plight of the earthquake victims in Nepal that they decided to do something to help. After discussions a sponsored silence was agreed upon,.

Mrs Goodair, teacher of both groups said " You could have heard a pin drop! Staying absolutely silent is a much more difficult task than you may imagine and I am very proud of the students. They were very committed to the cause and worked hard at raising money from family and friends. They wanted to do something, made a plan, saw it through and achieved their goal."

Between them the two groups have raised very nearly £200. What a brilliant effort and demonstration of team work!

Map and images illustrate the areas in which aid will be used

Marcus Trescothick MBE , International Cricket Star, Opens New Cricket Nets

Exmouth Community College was very happy to welcome top class cricketer  Marcus Trescothick, MBE to the College on May 14 to formally open our new nets sponsored by the Gibbons Family Trust.  Marcus plays first-class cricket for Somerset County Cricket Club, and represented England in 76 Test matches and 123 One Day Internationals. He will be accompanied on his visit by former English cricket player, Jason Kerr,  who now coaches bowling at Somerset County Cricket Club.

In 2014 The Gibbons Family Trust presented a grant of £30,000 to the College to build professional standard cricket nets. Mr Roger Dawe, Chairman of the Trust, and trustee Karensa Pearson, visited the College to present the cheque in an assembly.  The trust is based in Budleigh Salterton and was set up to improve and support the education and recreational activities of the young people of East Devon.  The installation of the nets benefits  the students at the College but also those from primary schools and the community. The nets have been installed for some time now and the College looks forward to another successful cricket season.

Marcus Trescothick, and Somerset Coach, Jason Kerr, gave a master class to our top cricketers followed by the formal Opening with invited guests including the Gibbons Family Trust.  This was a great occasion despite the somewhat inclement weather.


Students who were coached by Marcus Trescothick were chosen from our successful cricket teams:

Sid Fereday, Ed Hurley, Ryan Schaufler, Morgan Wright, Tom Taylor-Adey Oliver Toomey, Tom Cooke, Matt Seager,

Richard Hall, Luke Davies, George Mills, Jake Pond, Jack Ottaway, Max Hansford, Ethan Slater, Archie Symons, Sam Austin,

Rory Craib, James Webber, Jack Briggs

Joe Gore 11 GD been awarded a cricketing scholarship with Queens College Taunton after being approached by their director of cricket and former somerset professional Arul Suppiah last June.

He was invited to a training session held at the county ground in Taunton last week in the lead up to the Somerset - New Zealand match last week. Whilst there Joe received some tips from the New Zealand fast bowler Dougie Bracewell.

He has also been invited onto the Somerset County Cricket Club's emerging player programme. He will be part of their Under 17's squad and has already had his first call up to the 2nd XI playing last week in a friendly against Devon.

Joe Scores a Cricket Scholarship

College Success at the Devon Schools Combined Events Championships!

Mr Alexander, Marcus Trescothic, Karensa Pearson and RogerDawe

Marcus with some of the lads he coached

Six students from the college entered this multi event competition at the Exeter Arena on Sunday 17th May. The day long competition involved competing over five events - Hurdles, Shot Putt, Long Jump, High Jump and 800m - where the best performance for each event scored points. Sam Gooding YR9 put in an outstanding performance to win the Devon Schools Junior Boys competition, producing Personal Bests in four out of five events, and will now represent the county at the South West Championships in June.

The YR7 Girls team was: Chloe Hill, Summer Williams, Charris Smith and Liberty Bund.  For the girls this was their first ever Athletics competition, they won the Devon Schools Team competition. Liberty Bund won the Silver medal in the Individual competition.! Lynne Robertson, YR8, competed in the Junior Girls event but unfortunately had to withdraw through injury after the Hurdles race. “The students were a credit to the college for their 100% enthusiasm, effort and delightful company throughout out the day!” Miss Holland.

Sam Gooding after completing his final event - the 800m!

Yr 7 Girls Team