Fri 18th Dec – Non-Uniform Day for St Petrock’s, Exeter

4 DONATION-CHALLENGE 12 days of Christmas

On Friday this week, there will be a non-uniform day in aid of St Petrock’s. St Petrock’s is a centre, based in the heart of Exeter, offering support for those facing homelessness, and associated issues. Help is provided with accommodation, survival services and wider advice and support. Those facing homelessness are especially vulnerable in the cold winter months, and even […]

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Clyst Valley Regional Park – Consultation

SMALLER Clyst Valley Regional Park image & logo

East Devon District Council would like to encourage local residents to contribute to their masterplan consultation, regarding the proposed Clyst Valley Regional Park, which is a new public green space in East Devon’s Clyst Valley. To view a copy of the draft masterplan, and to take the opportunity to make your views known about the plan’s priorities, please look online […]

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Exeter Foodbank collection – open until Mon 14th December

Exeter Foodbank

Tutor group 11RCM have started an initiative to collect as many donations as possible for Exeter Foodbank this December.  They have placed collection boxes in all tutor base rooms, and invite all students to contribute an item from the priority list to fill the box! Below is a list of Exeter Foodbank’s most needed items.  The collection is open until […]

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Employability Week – sharing careers stories

Careers tree

EMPLOYABILITY WEEK – January 2021  Can you help us by providing a brief careers story?  We feel it is vitally important for the students at CVCC to develop their employability skills and understand the world of work, which is why we introduced ‘Employability Week’ a few years ago. Unfortunately, we cannot have our usual visitors in school – but I would […]

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Reading in Strange Places – the results are in!


Congratulations to Amelie (Y11), who won the ‘Reading in Strange Places’ Library competition with this jaw-dropping photograph of her, enjoying her book in a most peculiar location!… Well done also to Sebastian (Y8), who was chosen as the runner-up, with his far more cosy choice of location. A huge thank you to all students, and staff, who took the time […]

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Non-uniform day & last day of term: Thursday 22nd October

Autumn leaves

Thursday 22nd October is the last day of the half term, when we will be holding a non-uniform day – all proceeds will go to Exeter Foodbank, a charity chosen by our students. The suggested minimum donation is 50p, and students should hand their money to their tutor at morning registration. Exeter Foodbank is a local charity that supports people in […]

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Results: parent consultation on Relationships and Sex Education


Nicola Bennet (Course 42 Lead) publishes here the results of the Parent Consultation that took place last year, regarding Relationships and Sex Education. All of the original information about the changes to the Curriculum can be found on the Course 42 pages, here: Course 42 Curriculum information I would like to thank all the parents that took the time to complete the […]

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