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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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Nepal: A Thank You for The Money You Raised

This letter has been received regarding the money we donated.

"This is to let you know that we have received the processed the cheque from Exmouth Community College for £1,304.72. I would like to say a big thank you to the entire school for their support for Nepal.

The tremors seem to be easing to about 1-2 per day. We are working on rebuilding schools (you may have seen the pre-fab school buildings which are now complete). This is really important as it allows homeless children to stay dry as well as study through the monsoon. We're rebuilding remote village homes with earthquake support, but in the traditional Tibetan style and with local labour. This work may start after monsoon as it is difficult to get supplies up to the Himalayan villages. The monsoon months are critical to see whether the rain causes new landslides where the earth has been weakened by the quakes.

Thank you so much on behalf of the affected people of Nepal.


The end of June  saw the annual Community Cadet Pass out parade take place at the Exmouth Fire Station.  

The Community Cadets is a year long scheme where students get to work with the Fire and Police services to understand their roles and responsibilities within the community. The cadets meet each Tuesday for 2 hours and over the year have gained a First Aid certificate and an ASDAN qualification. As they are Community Cadets they also have supported community activities such as the Fire Service carol concert at Wells Cathedral, National Transplant awareness day in Exmouth, the Devon County Show, the Vintage steam Rally and many more.  

During the pass out parade guests witnessed a arson attack on a home, the cadets quickly set up a road diversion to keep the public safe, arrested, searched and interviewed a suspect as well as putting out the fire and entering the smoke filled building wearing breathing apparatus to rescue and administer first aid to the casualties.   

From start to finish the demonstration was a truly remarkable achievement- watching young people perform such important duties and working so closely as a team to achieve their goal.  

The event was attended by the Mayor , Assistant Chief Fire Officer- Trevor Stratford, by parents and relatives, Mr Alexander ,  staff from the college as well as the many members of the fire and police and Red Cross who have made the scheme such a success.  

Each student received a certificate and special notice should be given to Megan Martin who won the ‘Most Improved Cadet’ award and also Charlotte Barnes for the ‘Best Cadet’ award.  

The college would like to thank everyone involved in the programme:

* The Town Council for their continued support.

* The Fire and Police teams for producing such an interesting and challenging programme.  

* Mrs Westcott- Wolstenholme and Miss Sevette Young for their support in the recruitment, organisation and weekly running of the scheme and finally.....

The cadets for making us immensely proud!

Cadets Pass Out Parade

Prom Beats Weather for Fabulous Farewell Bash

A fantastic Evening for a great Year Group! See Exmouth Journal July 9  for picture spread

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Photography Students Invited to Enter Competition

Following a Photography trip to Poltimore House Post 16 students have been invited to enter their photographs into a competition to have their images published in the 2016 Poltimore calendar. The historic building lies on the outskirts of Exeter, dating back to 1550 and was once a private family estate. After a fire in the ballroom in 1987 the building was left derelict for some time but in recent years has been preserved with the hope of restoration. In March students spent a fascinating day exploring the interior of the house and grounds and taking part in photography workshops lead by Mrs Carter and Mr Perry. They have since been carefully selecting and editing the Photographs they made ready for the competition.

Their final images will be open to anonymous public vote at all Poltimore House open events throughout July. Good luck to all entrants!  The images shown are by Tia Millier, Ruben Pike and Abigail Clarke.

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