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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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Prospectus 2015

2014: Best ever 
Exam Results!
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Over the past few months a group of Post 16 students have been working towards the Focus 5 Award: they are pictured above in a meeting with Mr Alexander and Mr Hackett, Head of Business. The scheme designed by local employers, allows those taking part to consider the skills needed for employment. Students produce a portfolio of evidence to demonstrate their skills and also receive mentoring from local businesses people.


Post 16 Students Achieve Focus Five

With final assessments now completed, the students had the good news that they had all passed. Having been through this process, these students should be fully prepared when it comes to the process of applying for university, apprenticeships and employment.

The College would like to thank Nigel Wilkinson - WNW Design, Tim Milson - Trading Standards Devon County Council, Geoff Hallett- Independent consultant & Richard Hein- Coastal Engineer for the support and encouragement they have offered to the students over the past few months.

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Elizabeth Lee, Chair of Governors, Retires.

During her career she has worked in the public and private sector and also for a local charity on a full time basis.  Since 1991 Mrs Lee raised thousands of pounds for local and national charities running the London Marathon 4 times and 10 half marathons. As a Governor Mrs Lee has been totally committed to, and strongly believes in, comprehensive education for all within the local community. Mrs Lee should be immensely proud of what she has achieved at the College: the education that is on offer to our the students has much to do with her unpaid and tireless effort on behalf of us all.  The College will miss her greatly.

Jill Elson is elected Chair

Jill Elson has been elected Chair of Governors and will take over those duties. Miss Elson is a very experienced Governor and is committed to the College and its role in the community.

                           Read statements from Mrs Lee and Miss Elson here

Mrs Lee has been Chair of Governors at the College for 17 years, but her first experience as a Governor was as a parent Governor at Withycombe Primary School which led to her becoming Chair of Governors at that school.  Her role as a Governor at Exmouth Community College began in 1995, first as an LEA Governor, then elected as a parent Governor. She has been Chair of Governors since 1997 and has been part of, and experienced, many changes since then working alongside two Principals and managing the change to academy status.

       Miss Elson        Mrs Lee

Malorie Blackman visits the College

The amazing author, Malorie Blackman, visited the College on Thursday 18 September to talk to a packed hall of College and visiting students about her work as author and Children’s Laureate.  This is one of several such occasions at the College this year to raise the profile of creative writing and literacy.

The whole event, in front of 400 students, was conducted by four students who interviewed Malorie on stage. Malorie was energising, interesting and stimulating.  Like her writing there were many words, great vocabulary and some challenging moments.  Later she signed copies of books students had purchased.  Wonderful.

Malorie tweeted to her 15000 followers that “Exmouth Rocked” See gallery pics