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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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Guide No Vacancies Welcome Prospectus2014.pdf Youth prog AUT 14.pdf LINX SUMMER 2014.pdf Post 16




Post 16 @

the College

Monday 21st  July 8:00 – 4:30

Tuesday 22nd  July 8:00 – 4:30

Wednesday 23rd July 9:00 – 1:00

Thursday 24th July 9:00 – 1:00

Friday 25th July 9:00 – 1:00


Wednesday 13th August 9:00 – 1:00

Thursday 14th August 7:45 – 4:30

Friday 15th August 8:15 – 3:30


Wednesday 20th August 9:00 – 1:00

Thursday 21st August 7:45 – 4:30

Friday 22nd August 8:15 – 3:30


Tuesday 26th August 9:00 – 2:00

Wednesday 27th August 9:00 – 2:00

Thursday 28th August 9:00 – 2:00

Friday 29th August 9:00 – 2:00

College Reception: Opening Times during the summer holiday

Telephone: 01395 264761

Is your child starting Year 7 at the College in September?

    Click for transition pages

Uniform Shop: Opening Times during the  summer holiday

The College Uniform Shop will be open from 9.30 am to 5 pm

Monday 4th August to Wednesday 3rd September inclusive.

Normal opening times will resume on Thursday 4th Sept

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Exam Results: Information for students:  click here

New Year 7 Triangle of Partnership Assemblies

We do hope that parents of new Year 7 students are able to attend these important assemblies which enshrine the partnership between the College, the student and their Parents/Carers.

Wednesday 3 September: Main Hall.

9.45 am: 7RSM, 7TI, 7JT, 7ED, 7BAH

11.40 am:        7CSB, 7JL, 7RRW, 7LJ

2.00 pm:          GJ, 7CG, 7CRM, 7HT

Summer School

Thursday 21st August

Friday 22nd August

Tuesday 26th - Thursday 28th August

Invited Students to register in the Main Hall from 9.45am

Handwriting class to register at 10.50am

Best ever results!

Congratulations to all our A level and GCSE students on their success this year. Brilliant!

GCSE Results

5 A* to C grades – 68%

5 A* to C grades including English and Maths – 64%

A week on from celebrating the best recorded Post 16 results (see below), students and staff are again celebrating at Exmouth Community College following the GCSE results.

64% of students achieved five A* to C grades including English and Maths, an improvement of 12% on last year.

Notable achievements include Angela Roxas who achieved an incredible ten A* and two A grades.  Premier Cup winner Matthew Jackson gained an impressive eight A* and four A grades.  Annabelle Brooks also achieved eight A* and three A grades.  Eleanor White gained six A* and four A grades, with Joshua Brown and Victoria Upton both gaining five A* and six A grades.

Mr A K Alexander, Principal said:

‘I am thrilled for the students whose ability and hard work has resulted in the College achieving its best ever results at GCSE and naturally am delighted that the sheer professionalism and total commitment of my staff have resulted in such excellent results.

These outstanding results alongside last week’s best ever A Level results are further evidence of what a truly successful school can achieve and further proof of our excellent progress toward an outstanding school; which is the aim of every student, member of staff and Governor.

This is a truly significant result for the College and I feel so proud of everyone who contributed to our highest ever achievement.

I wish to thank all my staff and to congratulate all our students who are a credit to themselves, the College and their parents in this great achievement.

Mrs Lee, Chair of Governors, said, "These are great results for the students and the College. Once again the students have done exceedingly well and they are to be congratulated on their hard work and commitment over the past two years.

Congratulations to Mr Alexander, all the teachers in subject departments and the Key Stage 4 team on results which round off a very good academic year ."

A/AS Level Results

Students and staff at Exmouth Community College are celebrating their best ever set of AS and A2 results, indicating yet another record breaking year.

AS results continue to build on the improvement of recent years with a dramatic increase in the number of students gaining A-C grades and A-E grades.

65% of students achieved A – C grades.

91% of students achieved A – E grades, passing all their examinations.

A2 results continue to improve to record the outstanding achievement of 71% of students achieving A* – C grade and 99% of students passing all their examinations, the best ever A2 results at the College with a marked improvement in the crucial A* to B band (42%).

71% of students achieved A*- C grades.

99% of students passed all their examinations (A*-E).

AS Level

The strong improvement in results last year has been surpassed with an amazing 40% of students gaining A to B grades. 65% of students achieved A to C grades, building substantially on last year.

Notable achievements are Jack Carmody, James Colville-Hyde, George Downs, Ana-Kristina Holmes, Jessica Nichols, Hannah Pawson, Meg Pollard, Holly Quilter, and Rory Smith who all gained at least three straight A grades. There were many more exceptional achievements across the board at AS and Level 2.

A Level

The A level results climbed yet again, building on the very firm foundations of last year. Although the bar has been raised to achieve the very top grades,Joe Willey achieved 3 A*s in three very difficult subjects (Maths, Further Maths & Physics) and will be studying Engineering at Bath University, what an amazing achievement.

Maya Pegler, Cary Tang and Will Jones, have all secured places at university to study medicine. Will Jones achieved an A*, 2As & a B (Maths, Chemistry, Biology & Classics) Georgia Bramwell, Joanna Parsons, all achieved two A* grades. Students such as Cary Tang, Millie Tucker, and Kiera Wiggins achieved at least three As, including A* grades. Across the range students excelled according to their enthusiasms and abilities.

Simon Tanner, Assistant Principal and Head of Post 16 said ‘The College and the wider community will take enormous pride in what has been achieved. It has been earned through very high levels of commitment and effort by students and staff working together.