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 but we also specialise 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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Ariadna Grabs Top Epraise Prize

The top prize in the Epraise shop this year was an electric guitar with three pick-ups, great skull design feature, pick-up selection and tone management.  There was also a complete set of spare strings, a pack of plectrums, a shoulder strap, and guitar bag.  In addition the prize included an electronic tuning aid and an amplifier complete with all necessary leads.

Ariadna managed to earn the 140 epraise points and to buy the prize before anyone else.  Well done!!

Ariadna has erned 151 points giving her Honours from Emerald through to Platinum, the highest possible.  In addition she  has been given Epraise accolades from RE, Mr Turner, English and the another for writing a super story for the College magazine. Ariadna also managed to get the following Epraise Achievement badges:Top of Year Group, Top of Tutor Group, Inspiration to Others, Service to College, Creative Arts and Academic Achievement. Well done and enjoy your prize, Ariadna.

ONE BIG PRIZE LEFT: There is still a ten inch tablet computer for someone to grab..but it will cost you 150 points.

On June 16 Mrs Drew and Mrs Burrows took a group of seven year 9 students to West Exe School to compete in the Carnegie Shadowing Awards. Each school was required to "champion" one of the shortlisted books and present it in a dramatic way. At the end of the presentations, each school voted for the presentation that most made them want to read the book. Our students worked very hard over the past month and even wrote their own script for the performance.

Incredibly, ECC came joint first - a real achievement as we were one of THREE schools who were shadowing 'The Bone Sparrow' by Zana Fraillon!

The students also had the opportunity to listen to a talk from author Emma Carroll, writer of popular children's books such as 'Letters from the Lighthouse'. The students are pictured with Emma Carroll.

The victorious team were: Joseph Mellor, Beatrice Savill, Archie Smith, Ariadna Bazaga, Darcey Greenland, Leonie Burton and Helena Stimson.

Baroness Watkins of Tavistock, Member of The House of Lords, addresses students at the College  

On 16 June the we welcomed Baroness Watkins who came to the college to talk to students about the House of Lords, explaining its role in the law making process.  Our students were lucky to have the opportunity to learn from, and question, such a prestigious guest who was most approachable and open in her address to the students.  Her introduction was accompanied by slides illustrating the work of The Lords. After her initial talk The Baroness took questions from the students which were answered in a most engaging manner giving a real insight into an important institution which is often misunderstood.  Find out more about Baroness Watkins

The Baroness is welcomed by the Principal.  The Baroness with H Thomas, Head of Post 16 and S Tanner, Assistant Principal. The Baroness engaging with students.

Carnegie Shadowing Awards: Exmouth Team Victorious!

Baroness Watkins


Chair: Acorn Academy schools, Cornwall

Chair: PenCLAHRC (NIHR Peninsula Collaboration for Leadership

Deputy Vice Chancellor: Plymouth University

Non Executive Director South West Ambulance NHS Foundation Trust

Non-executive Director, South Western Ambulance NHS Foundation Trust

Member BUPA Medical Advisory Panel

Nurse Adviser, BUPA Medical Advisory Panel

Emeritus Professor of Nursing, Plymouth University

Chair, Acorn Academy Cornwall, Camborne, Cornwall

Chair, National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) South West Peninsula

Trustee, Florence Nightingale Museum Trust

Visiting Professor of Nursing, King's College London

Trustee, Hamoaze House, Plymouth

Non-executive Director, Aster Group Limited (charitable society providing affordable homes)

President, Florence Nightingale Foundation (registered charity) (nursing scholarships) (wef 1 June 2016

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Appraisal Committee of National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NIHCE) 2001-2007

Council for Professions Supplementary to Medicine, (Secretary for State for Health Appointment) 1997-2001

United Kingdom Central Council for Nursing and Midwifery and Health Visiting, (Secretary of State for Health Appointment 1996 - 2001

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Housing and planning Social services Nursing, Midwifery, Paramedics and other professions allied to Medicine.

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