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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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2014 Best Ever Exam Results!

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Year 10 student, Callum Rowcliffe, took part in the Blind and Visually Impaired Sailing Nationals over the weekend of Oct 4th and 5th. During the weekend Lucy Hodges MBE presented Callum  with a trophy for being the British Blind Sailor of the Year.  It was a good weekend for Callum as he also came second in his group (B category) for which he received a medal.

Congratulations Callum:

a fantastic achievement!

British Blind Sailor of the Year: Callum Rowcliffe (Yr 10)

Lucy Hodges MBE presents the trophy

Medal winner, Callum, with fellow competitors

Tom Radford attended Exmouth Community College between 1998 and 2004. He went on to Warwick University to study Mathematics but did not engage with it so9 changed to take an Undergraduate Masters in Systems Engineering with Sustainability. He researched Energy Storage systems for two years following his degree, and then joined an Aerospace company in Banbury. After holding various other roles he is now a Manufacturing Systems Engineer, responsible for the Manufacturing Execution System that controls two of our four production lines.


Tom visited College on the 13th October and did a Question and Answer session with Year 12/13 Resistant Materials, and Yr 13 Systems and Control, students. The students really enjoyed talking with someone working in the field they are studying, and who is another successful former student of the College.

Former Student Tom Radford Returns to Assist Technology Students

Year Ten and Post 16 Textiles students have all been busy going on trips in order to help their coursework. Over twenty Year Ten and Post 16 students went to Westpoint 'Stitches Fair' where they were inspired by costumes and work from a variety of institutes including International Quiltmakers' Association, Advance Level 'Bicton College Felters' and even the programme Mr Selfridge! There were also plenty of local textile designers to talk with and workshops to explore.

Year Eleven and Post 16 students travelled to Bath to the Fashion Museum and the Bath Art Museum where they explored fashion through the ages.  They were able to examine  Matisse's Sketches and Lithographs at close proximity. Both museums offered a wealth of research opportunities which will be invaluable to the students current, and future, work.

More trips are planned for these fashion designers of the future!

Inspirational Trips For Textiles Students

Bath Fashion Museum

Creative Stitches  

Year 8 Girls Win Aegon Tennis Final

These girls won the Devon final of the year 8 Aegon Tennis
They also beat Truro in straight sets in the first round of the South West Round before being beaten by Milfield in a very gutsy fight.