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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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Best ever results at A level: 18% achieve A* or A

A week on from celebrating the Post 16 results, students and staff are again celebrating at Exmouth Community College following the GCSE results.

College Principal Tony Alexander said “Following last week’s best ever A Level results, this year’s GCSE examinations produced some excellent results in a variety of subjects. Particular mention should be made of Maths, where 78% of students achieved A* to C. Further Additional Science reached 88% A* to C. Latin saw 71% achieve A* to C. In addition, Computer Science gained 87% C grades and above. It was pleasing to note the continued improvement of English Language, where 69% achieved C and above. Also of particular note are Technology, who averaged 70% and Creative Arts, who achieved an average of 70% A* to C grades”.

Notable achievements include Elizabeth Reffell, who gained seven  A*’s and three A grade. Premier Cup winner Joyce Tang achieved eight A* and two A grades.  Imogen Handford achieved seven A*’s and four A grades.  Sabrina Mitchell gained three A* grades and seven A’s.  Jack Gooding achieved eight A grades, with Ben Hopley gaining two A* and five A grades.

Mr Findel Hawkins and Mr Bown, Heads of Year at Key Stage 4 said “We are very pleased with the results. As always, there are some fantastic individual achievements which reflect the hours of hard work, which has been put in by students and staff. It’s great to know so many of the students will now be able to follow their chosen pathways into Post 16 and we are looking forward to many of them returning to us here at the College”.

Henri Miles, Assistant Principal Key Stage 4 said “The results reflect the hard work put in by the students and staff over the last two years. In particular, the relentless work by the English and Maths departments to ensure students gain strong grades in these key GCSE’s”.

Mr Alexander said “I am very pleased with the standards achieved in a number of subjects, especially Maths, English, Further Additional Science, Technology, Media and Latin. I am delighted with the excellent individual results of a large number of students which is a great testament to their ability, their work ethic and the total commitment of my staff. Given the increase in the severity of marking and alteration to grade boundaries this year, the results are all the more satisfactory. As ever, we will review the achievements in all subjects and prepare to improve yet again for next year. I would like to offer my personal congratulations to the students who deserve their success, well done”.

Chair of Governors Jill Elson said “I am very pleased that the hard work of students and staff have reaped dividends and particularly impressed with the English and Maths results. The Governors will be working with Mr Alexander to ensure we build upon this achievement for next year“.

Students Celebrate some Brilliant GCSE Results

Pictures courtesy of Archant: Exmouth Journal