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Course Guide 2018

A note about AS Exams. These are now usually separate qualifications and do not count towards an A level. These courses can detract from the two year full A level course so in many subjects we do not teach them. However, some subjects may be available including: Sciences, Creative Arts and Maths which see taking the AS exam as advantageous. Given the complexity of the situation, we will look at every applicant as an individual and in many cases may allow students to take AS qualifications if that helps them achieve their aspirations.

Options: you should choose three options (though if there are special reasons you can take four) then work really hard to make them successful.


Students who are already attending Exmouth Community College: please use the application form/s supplied or visit the Post 16 Office to collect the forms you require.

External students: you can download the forms below. All three forms must be completed

Forms should be sent to, Lara Peryman, Post 16, Exmouth Community Colege, Gipsy lane, Exmouth, Devon. EX8 3AF

PDF versions of forms to download

External Application Form

Admission Form


Word versions of forms if available to download: these will take a little time to download depending on your connection

External Application Form

Admission Form

Exmouth Community College Post 16 . Course 2019-21

Details of courses may be changed by examination boards.

Courses will not run if insufficient students apply

Level 2 Courses Level 3 Courses

Post 16 education is challenging …but we will guide you to success.

Level 2 courses are one year qualifications for those who get 4 grades 3s including Maths and English, and allow students to bridge to the next level or prepare them for a job or an apprenticeship at age 17

Level 3 courses are for those who get 5 grade 4 or above including the equivalent grades in English and Maths.

These challenging A Levels and BTECS are two year courses.