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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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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.
Thirteen students from the College had an fantastic day at the Devon Stage of this year's Tour of Britain. The stage started in Exmouth and finished in Exeter High Street.
.Our students had the amazing experience of leading out the peleton through the crowds at the start in Exmouth before riding up the beautiful Exe Valley Trail to the finish. In Exeter they were given special passes to ride up and down the finish line area entertaining the crowds before taking their places to watch an exciting finish.
Greg Candy was lucky enough to have his amazing, hand-made, Bradley Wiggins banner, signed by the man himself! Jake Stubbings (Year 11) won a brand new singlespeed town bike in a prize draw in Exeter! The day finished with students forming their own very professional peleton to help speed them back to Exmouth in just over an hour.
An unforgettable day.
Terrific Tour of Britain
These Year 7 students met Deputy Principal, Mr Turner, because they had completed superb pieces of work based on the Life of Pi at the Summer School with Chloe Rowlatt-Weston. Mr Turner gave them an e-praise point each and a chocolate!
They are the first to be praised for excellent work and their picture will go up on Mr Turner’s 'inspiration' display board in his office. Well done!!
Year 7 Students are Successful at Summer School
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