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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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Textiles Students make Dresses for International Charity

Year 10 Textiles GCSE students are preparing to make a batch of dresses for the Charity 'Dress a Girl Around the World'. As part of their GCSE coursework they will be sewing the dresses under strict industrial conditions in an aim to make a number of high quality dresses that will then be sent on to the Charity's distributors. The dresses could end up anywhere in the world being given to girls in need. There are strict guidelines for the fabrics used and the making as they have to be made well.

The distributors will first sew a label onto the dress that will indicate to any unwanted attention that the girl is being cared for. To most, the dresses are their 'best' dress, to some, their only dress.

The charity started in America by 'Hope 4 women International' in 2009 and soon caught on and now is a world wide concern. Over 280,00 dresses have been distributed to over 80 countries and their tag line is, '...because every girl deserves a dress.'

I am now in contact with Jayne, one of our British distributors, and she has kindly offered to come and visit us sometime in March.

Mrs Pearson and Mrs Roberts will be starting up a lunch time club in the near future.  Donations of money and fabric  have been made by the staff of the College.

IF YOU WISH TO DONATE: Contact Mrs A Pearson at the College.

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Exmouth Community College has been awarded champion school status for their work with the National Citizen Service. The College has worked closely with NCS through Community Action South West. The NCS is a nationwide Government initiative to support students aged 16 to 18, providing life enriching opportunities through residential experience and volunteering in their local community.

Over the last two years, at least 100 students from the College have benefited from this scheme. David Turner, Deputy Principal, was delighted to receive this award from Lyn Brown, Director of Young People and Family Services.

College Awarded Champion School Status!

Following the presentation, Mr Turner and Mrs Brown had a meeting to plan the programme for this year which will be taking place over the summer and will be available to students in Year 11 and above at the College.

Mrs L Brown Presents the Champion’s Award to Mr Turner who represented the College

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

The under 14 team had reached the last 16 in the National Cup but their run came to an end following an entertaining match against Hampton School in London. The first half started brightly for the boys from London who took a 2-0 lead after 15 minutes. Although this wasn't the start Exmouth were looking for they grew in confidence and piled the pressure on, they reduced the arrears just before half time with a free kick from Jack Sparkes. The second half started brightly again and Exmouth hit both posts in quick succession. Unfortunately Hampton broke quickly and won a  penalty which was scored to make it 3-1. Hampton's keeper made two excellent saves before they scored the fourth to wrap up their victory.

Mr Taylor, team coach, said, ”It has been a magical cup run for the whole squad. The boys should be immensely proud to reach the last 16: it is a great achievement on a national scale.”

As part of their preparation the team travelled with Coach Taylor to West Ham where they met former college student Eamon Swift, who is the current first team fitness coach at this great club. Eamon Swift completed a sports science masters degree and has worked his way up to the top at this premier league club!!! Mr Taylor said, “I can't thank Eamon Swift, Sam Allardyce and their players enough for the time they gave the boys on the visit to West Ham's training ground. It will be a day they always remember.”

The team is still in two competitions so hopefully the boys will be able to lift a cup this season!