CVCC links with VE Day veterans

M Gill VE Day 1

Molly (Y7) created this amazing display to commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day. She has a personal connection to the project because her Grandad, Joe, served in World War Two.  If he were still alive today, he would have turned 100 this year – the same age as Captain (now Colonel) Tom Moore! Molly’s Grandad, Eric, now in his eighties, remembers celebrating the original […]

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Harry Patch Day 2019


We had some wonderful artwork created for the Harry Patch Day competition 2019. The Exmouth Lifeboat station has kindly offered to take a group of our prize winners on a guided tour of the lifeboat station, and this will be arranged as soon as possible. The prize winners are Jasmine Daniels Year 12…..portrait of Harry Patch with poppies Michael Chick. […]

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D Day 75 years


On 6th June 2019 we decided to mark the 75th Anniversary of the D Day landings by remembering Mr Arthur Jorden. Mr Jorden had many links with Broadclyst. His uncle, Mr Newman, was the curator of Markers Cottage Broadclyst for a number of years. Mr Jordan was 18 years old on D Day. He was in the RAF and went […]

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Good News from a Former Student


George Peters, who left us in 2018, is to become an officer in the Royal Navy. George achieved good GCSE results and strong A levels in History and Politics. He also completed a very good extended project. The selection process is extremely rigorous, and took almost two years. On his final three day assessment George was the youngest candidate and […]

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