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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.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday sees the annual dance extravaganza, Blend, take the
stage. A series of dances by GCSE and A level students keep the audience enraptured
for the whole show. Great dancing, choreography and technical team work result in
a fantastic show. See below.
The weather smiled on the Exmouth College Ten Tors team and as the team left the
College resplendent in their new fleeces which had been provided by the in readable
generous EIC group the sun come out. We headed to Widecombe in the Moor where the
team embarked on the first task of the weekend which was a tough ten mile walkin
to their accommodation for the night which included difficult navigation which carried
on well after night fall. One of the major elements of this years training has been
the cooking and eating together as a team and after a quick sort out of kit the team
set about dinner.
Ten Tors Training Report
It's not often that we get Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe’s co star at the College! For World Book Day this Thursday we are delighted that Alistair Brammer (a former ECC student) who is currently in the National Theatre's production of "War Horse" will be chatting to some KS4 English and Drama students about Michael Morpurgo's book "War Horse" along with some anecdotes about the theatre production and his experiences in it and what he has done since leaving ECC. ( Where he was once a library monitor!) As well as having previously played Marius in "Les Miserables" and appearing in the Hollywood version of the film of the same name, he has just landed the lead role in the revival of "Miss Saigon" in the West End opening in May. We couldn’t quite believe how fortunate we are that his schedule has permitted a visit to Exmouth Community College and on World Book Day no less! The subject and setting of "War Horse" also links in with the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War and compliments some cross curricular work going on in the College and the Libraries to commemorate the occasion.
A feast was mustered up and with a final round of balance the spoon on ya nose it was time for bed. 6:15 brought a early breakfast call and the teams were ready and packed by 7:30 having cleaned up and had breakfast. Sunday was the biggest day the team has had and they completed a testing 20 mile route which included high moorland ridges, forrests, bogs and tricky navigation. The team were amazing and completed the route in record time thanks in no small measure to Jacks amazing navigation. Well done everyone and a special thank you to Mrs Spinner and Sharland who gave up another weekend to work tirelessly and unpaid for the benefit of the students. Mr Bishop
Ten Tors Team
The College are delighted to receive the ongoing support of the EIC Group based in
Exeter (http://www.eicgroup.co.uk/) who have very kindly purchased the whole Ten
Tors squad, and staff, fleeces for the 2014 Ten Tors event.
EIC have been involved with the College since 2007 when they first sponsored the
event and have contributed a huge amount over the years. We are truly grateful for
their ongoing support.
History Trip to the Trenches Beth Hawkins(Yr 10) writes about the trip and the story of her Great-Great Grandfather
Wednesday March 19 Main Hall.
Craig Milverton, Maggie Reeday and the College Band
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Film and West End Star, Alistair Brammer visits College