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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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College & Business Work Together to Develop Enterprise Skills in Young People
Thursday 19th March saw Exmouth Community College host a Celebration Day for The Enterprising Futures Project, which has been funded by a £10000 grant from Devon County Council and delivered by the Business Department at the college.
Back in January staff from local primary schools attended an enterprise training day at the college, Post 16 students completed training as Enterprise Ambassadors and almost 700 students from Year 6 & Year 9 completed various enterprise activities. Since then students at Exeter Road, Marpool, St Peters, Lympstone and Bassetts Farm have been busy setting up and running their own businesses, support by school staff and Post 16 students from the college.
Before Thursday celebration event, students had to produce a business report, while on the Thursday they had trade stand to tell their story. During the morning they had a number of interviews at these stands with the judging panel before having to give a formal presentation to the assembled crowd of fellow students, parents, governers, teachers, Post 16 students are various members of the local business and political community including Mr Bill Nash, the mayor.
The judging panel of Mr Gary Nichols (Optimise 4), Mrs Victoria Gage (Devon County Council), Mr Ian McQueen (Big Fire & Chairman of Exmouth Chamber of Commerce), Mr Nigel Wilkinson (WNW Digital), Mr Col Hancock (Young Enterprise) and Mr Steven Hawkins (RBS/Natwest) had a very difficult task in selecting the winners, eventually selecting St Peters as the overall winners, with each of the other schools picking up at least one category award. It was then left to the judges, together with Mr A K Alexander (College Principal) and Councillor Chapman to to present the awards and prizes to winning teams.
The next stage in project will be able to get more local schools involved by establishing an Exmouth Enterprise Education board in the summer term, which will further strengthen the links between education and the local business community.
Gary Nichols (Optimise 4) and Victoria Gage (DCC) present the winners award to St Peters School
Mr Ian Purchase
Mr Ian Purchase passed away Thursday 9 April in hospital. He was an extremely well respected and much admired colleague and teacher. We will miss him greatly and our thoughts are with his family.
A book of condolence for use by staff, students and parents is located at the Gipsy Lane reception.
These lucky young ladies from Post 16 CCLD course have secured job offers for when they leave college later this term:
Elsa Johns will be joining " Tree-house Pre-school," Exeter Road School.
Leanne Fletcher will be joining " Dolphin Nursery", Exmouth.
Rosie Reynolds will be joining " ABC Nursery", Exmouth.
Georgia Watson will be joining " Brixington Primary School ", Exmouth.
Congratulations girls!!! Another successful College vocational course.
On Friday 20 March, myself and some other students from Year 7 and 8 met up for a Cultural Workshop. We started the day by getting to know each other. We found out about hobbies, favourite foods, siblings and background. The students involved in the workshop have connections with lots of different countries and even spoke the languages.The languages spoken were Latvian, French, Spanish, Thai, Polish, Hungarian, Syrian, Fillipino (Tagalog) and Turkish. Some of the group could speak three languages! By the end of the day we had created presentations about our cultures. It was interesting and fun to learn about the cultures of other students from around the world.
Contributed by Dilwyn Bichot
Meeting of, and Learning About, Other Cultures
Just before the holidays we announced that 8SEL were the winning tutor group in our World Book Day quiz. Their prize was breakfast in the library. On Monday 15 April they went to the library to celebrate their win.
World Book Day Quiz Winners get a Free Breakfast!
The College, working in partnership with Exeter Chiefs, is able to offer a
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport (Performance and Excellence)
with Coaching by Exeter Chiefs
The Post 16 course is open to students from all parts of East Devon and will use professional club foundations at its core with coaching by Exeter Chiefs for a set number of hours per week. Training from the College expert team would also be part of the course for students
Students on the course can also study other Level 3
(A Level) Courses.
Students at Exmouth College should contact Mr Lowe, Mr Tanner or Mr Thompson
Students currently attending other schools/colleges should email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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