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  • 04/03/22

    Parent and Carer News 4th March

    4th March Parent and Carer News attached below
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  • 01/03/22

    Covid-19 Update - 1st March 2022

    Dear Parents and Carers,  The rules regarding testing and self-isolation for Covid-19 have now changed as of the 24th February.  The main change is that there is no longer a legal requirement for people with Covid-19 infection to self-isolate, however if you have any of the main symp...
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  • 18/02/22

    Principal's Update February 2022

    Dear Parents and Carers, Whilst this is not the end of the half term we were expecting, I do hope that today’s remote learning has allowed your families to stay safe during the storm. Thank you for your supportive messages and understanding during another unexpected adaption to our week...
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  • 17/02/22

    18th February 2021 College Closure

    Dear Parents and Carers   As you will no doubt be aware, a Red Weather Warning has been issued by the Met Office across parts of South-West England and South Wales, due to the arrival of Storm Eunice and likelihood of extremely strong winds and continued disruption throughout tomorrow, Friday...
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  • 28/01/22

    Principal's Update January

      I hope you had a great break with family and friends over the Christmas period. In a bumper packed new year edition I would like to cover, Current Covid situation Face coverings Assessments Remote learning and knowledge organisers Attendance update New building developmen...
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  • 14/01/22

    The Wellbeing Award for Schools

    Dear Parents and Carers, We wrote to you in the autumn term to update you on how we support student mental health and wellbeing within College. If you would like to read the information again, you can find it on our website here: Exmouth Community College - Supporting Wellbeing at ECC (exmouthcol...
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  • 07/01/22

    Covid-19 Vaccinations Update

    Dear Parents / Carers Below is a message from Virgin Healthcare regarding their vaccination programme, if you have any questions or would like to discuss the vaccination programme, please contact Virgin Healthcare directly using the details below. Please do not contact the college regarding vac...
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  • 06/01/22

    Face Coverings in Classrooms and Update

    Dear Parents and Carers, Happy New Year to you and your family. We hope the Christmas break has provide some rest and that COVID-19 has not caused you too much disruption over the last few weeks. Please find below a reminder about the start of term, an update on face coverings in College a...
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  • 10/12/21

    Reports Update

    We recently wrote to update Parents and Carers on our new curriculum. This has informed a new way of assessing students. Please find below an update for reports at key stage 3 and key stage 4.
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  • 01/12/21

    Supporting Wellbeing at ECC

    Dear Parents and Carers As part of our parent and carer communication schedule, we had intended to send this email later in the term but in light of the sad news we shared with you last week, we felt it was vitally important to send it now to provide information which may help you suppo...
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  • 29/11/21

    Covid 19 Update

    Dear Parents and Carers In the light of the Prime Minister’s statement on Saturday 27th November following the emergence of the Omicron variant of Covid-19, we wanted to update you on the current situation in our College which is in accordance with the advice issued by the Department o...
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  • 18/11/21

    Parent & Carer Update - Ofsted

    In this brief update I will focus on three areas, Feedback from an Ofsted monitoring visit in July 2021 which went very well The return of Family Forum (or Parent and Carer Forum as we used to call it) A quick questionnaire for you to complete on how the first few weeks of term have gone...
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