This year we are proud to introduce WHAM; our wellbeing service at Exeter College. With a strong focus on Wellbeing Health Activity and Motivation across the college, we hope to widen accessibility to essential wellbeing information and equip students with skills to boost their emotional resilience. WHAM information and advice is designed to help our learners succeed and our team are available in Greystone House to support learners during term time.
The focus at Exeter College is always on teaching, learning and supportive tutoring which meets the needs and aspirations of our Learners. As part of this, we provide students with an opportunity to attend Big Tutorials across the academic year including a road safety education event called Learn2Live.
Why come along to an open event? This is the best way to see the college and to understand what we’re all about. Our staff and students are passionate about what they do so by talking to them you can find out all you need to know about life at Exeter College. Deciding on your next steps is an exciting time and we hope that a visit to us will inspire you to think about your future.
Exeter College Apprentice Ella Fielding has been announced as a South West Finalist for the National Apprenticeship Awards 2018. The National Apprenticeship Awards celebrate the best Apprentices, committed Apprenticeship employers and individuals who go above and beyond to champion Apprenticeships across England.
Exeter College has unveiled ambitious plans to open an exceptional £2.4 million Gym and ‘New York’-style Dance Studio. Alongside this development, new space for music technology, art and information technology will be created, transforming the space that had previously housed the previous gym and dance floor.
Naomi Taylor, from Topsham has been commended for her hard work and determination at this year's national BTEC awards. The BTEC Awards are an annual event that recognises and rewards students, teachers, schools and colleges for their exceptional achievements in vocational learning. The young student was nominated for the BTEC Child and Social Care Student of the Year award by her tutor, Grace. Grace decided to enter the award based on Naomi's achievements over the year and describes her as a student who never falters when faced with a challenge.
Exeter College is again celebrating its best ever set of academic A Level Results today - with students setting a new record for the number of the very highest results, well in excess of all national averages. Students at the college from across Devon and beyond recorded exceptional results - a new college record of 61% of A Level students achieved the highest (A*, A, B) grades, well above the average in England of 52.7%.