Achievement for All
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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On Tuesday 27 of January students of dance at the College worked with professional dancers from the “Frantic Assembly” Company. Years 10, 11 and students from Post 16 were treated to a demanding dance workshop from members of Frantic Assembly. Whilst demanding it also demonstrated to the students new ideas and the rigours of being a dancer.
COMING SOON: College Dance Show, BLEND, March 10,11,12.
ECC climbing team took the College to great heights this weekend in the South West inter school climbing competition at the Quay in Exeter. They did really well working with great determination using everything they had learned to tackle some really challenging climbs.
This was the first half of the competition, the second, bouldering part, will take place later this year.
This is the first competition the team have taken part in and we have great hopes for the future. Well done to all.
Thank you to 'Scott and Tate tree surgeons' for sponsoring the team who looked very smart in their t-shirts!!!
College Climbers Scale the Heights
College Dance Students Challenged
PHOTOGRAPHS BY SIMON HORN FOR EXMOUTH JOURNAL: see the Journal for more
Alistair has been nominated for a 'What’s on Stage’ award for his role in Miss Saigon.
His nomination is for 'best actor in a musical'. It is the only credible award that
is voted for by the public. It takes a few minutes on this link but you do have to
vote in all categories.
YOU CAN VOTE FOR ALISTAIR USING THE LINK BELOW AND CLICKING VOTE NOW
Last Spring Alistair visited College to talk to students about his experience as an actor.
Alistair has played lead roles in Les Miserables, Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat and before his role in Miss Saigon he was understudying Albert in War Horse.
Alistair is now an established West End star.
Ex student, Alistair Brammer, has been nominated for an award as the best actor in a West End Musical: Miss Saigon
Mr Turner was delighted to congratulate both Liberty Bund and Charris Smith both of 7BAH for their performances at the athletics trial event. Liberty is now representing Devon in cross country which is a superb achievement. Read Liberty’s own account of running below.
“Chelsea Bray and I were the only Yr 7 girls running at Stover on 17th January. It was a large course but wearing spikes helped me a lot. It was a weird start to a race as the other races I had taken part in had a ready, steady go start but for this race it was a gun shot! (Starting Pistol)
It was a nervous race for me because it was the first time I had worn spikes: my legs went all wobbly at the start and I couldn’t do up my laces!
It was awfully muddy but the good thing was that the sun was shining brightly in the sky.
The the positions at the end of the race were: Chelsea came 36th, Fin Musgrove came 11th and I came 10th! The best news I heard was that if we make it through to the next race we are one or two races away from International Cross Country Racing.” By Liberty Bund.
Liberty was awarded epraise points for writing her report. Send your reports to Mr Childs and you will be rewarded too!
Succcessful Runner, Liberty Bund, Writes about her Running
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