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. 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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Thursday October 27

9.30am - 3.30pm

The College is pleased to support this Exmouth Chamber initiative which will help local businesses promote themselves and raise their profile. This is an important community and business event with which the College is pleased to be involved.

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Students involved in all aspects of Physical Education have made an excellent start to their first term at the College. There has been an outstanding attendance at all clubs throughout the week which is a credit to all students. We have started a new Tennis academy, featuring some of the best players in the country.

The College has had over 50 sporting fixtures this term including; football, rugby, netball, hockey and cross country. The students have produced some fantastic results with many teams still progressing well in National and Devon competitions.

A Good Start to the Year for P.E Dept. and College Teams

The  P.E. Department were delighted to welcome Year 6 students and parents to the College on Open Evening. Throughout the evening over 300 guests were able to try out climbing, table tennis, rowing, cricket (bowling machine) and watch sporting demonstrations. It was pleasure to see the talent which will be attending the college next September

This year we have been very fortunate to have two Exeter City coaches involved in our girl’s football, pictured above). The under 13’s and 14’s are both in round 4 of the National Cup which is very exciting for both teams.

At the end of a very busy first half term we are already looking forward to the second half which will see some exciting visitors to the department. On Thursday 10th November we will welcome Joe Gore, current Somerset cricket player and former pupil. Joe will coaching and talking to some of our GCSE classes. In December we will also have the privilege of Olympic silver medallist, Annie Vernon attending the college for the day.

Thank you to all our students for an outstanding first term and remember, “success is always a team effort”.

Please follow @exmouthccsport for all PE news and results.

Halloween Flowers with Mr Alexander

Mr Alexander visited the Florestry Club which is run by Mrs Ford. He saw some imaginative floral work using a pumpkin as an integral part of the displays created.

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Post 16 Options Evening

It was a busy evening on 19 October as students and parents explored the exciting courses on offer at Post 16 for 2017-20. Post 16 teachers were on hand at their subject displays to help and advise students. There were also talks by senior staff which outlined the challenges and rewards of Post 16 education. Our commitment to develop the abilities of all young people was made clear. Our Facebook campaign

seems to have been popular but feedback would

be welcome.  Pictured are current A Level

students  and the Head of History

Promoting History A level.

Students Impress at Exeter University

Last week, a selection of year 10 pupils from the College were lucky enough to take part in poetry workshops run by the Never Such Innocence charity. The charity takes it's name from Philip Larkin's famous poem MCMXIV, which reflects on the changes caused by the First World War.

The aim of the charity is to ensure young people nationally are inspired, informed and included in the centenary activities. Each year they run a national competition where pupils can submit creative art, music and writing about WW1 and historically the entrees have been incredibly moving and important. After taking part in the poetry workshops, several students were invited to Exeter University to read their work in front of Lady Lucy French, the Major of Exeter and representatives from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

The event was a wonderful opportunity for our students to share their work and feelings about war and the response to the pupil's poetry was hugely positive.

The College has exhibited the work of a number of students at the Exmouth Art Group's Annual Exhibition. The work exhibited is a mixture of GCSE, AS and A Level final pieces. The exhibition is held on the second floor of the Ocean Suite on the sea front and is on until the 16th October. Student prize winners: 1st prize was awarded to Lydia Gibson who exhibited part of her A level coursework for which she used acrylic paint and it is entitled 'Self Portrait’. Second prize went to Lizzie Reffell who exhibited a pencil tone drawing entitled 'Hannah', who is a family friend. Lizzie’s piece was part of her AS Level coursework last summer.  

Many of the works received top grades last summer at GCSE, AS and A level. The Art students are very dedicated and put in a great deal of time and effort to achieve these excellent results. The Head of Art, Mrs Honour, said, ”I am extremely proud of the quality of work in the exhibition and feel that it reflects well the diversity of skills and technical ability of our students.”

Students win Prizes at Exmouth Art Group Annual Exhibition 2016