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Exeter Road Community Primary School
Exeter Road, EX8 1PU, UK Exmouth
+44 (0)1395 272935


Exeter Road Community Primary School is one of a number of primary schools in Exmouth, we work closely with the community college and all other schools in Exmouth to form the Exmouth Learning Community. Children start at age four and leave at age eleven when most transfer to the local community college. At present there are two hundred children on roll, and a staff with a full-time equivalent of 8.6 teachers and we have 13 teaching assistants to support children’s learning.


The National Curriculum sets out in detail what must be taught. It does not say how it is to be taught. We believe children should be proficient in skills, that is they should be able to read, write, spell and compute. We also believe that children should be able to use those skills and be able to apply them to real situations. This requires children to be confident in their skills and inventive in their uses. We also think that children should enjoy this process.

The National Curriculum covers most subjects but at Exeter Road Primary, we feel we add more. We like to make learning useful, practical and fun. We perform plays and attend residential camps. We have class assemblies, make books, displays and exhibitions. We try at all times to match this learning experience to the needs of individual children to produce the best results.


There is a pre-school group on site called the ‘Tree House’. The pre-school group leaders work closely with our infant class teachers to establish an appropriate curriculum that links effectively with the work the children will do when they start school full time, and to help make transition into the school as smooth as possible. We also have close links with other pre-school groups in the area.


The school is divided into four teams – Unicorns/Centaurs/Dragons/Phoenix. All adults in school can award Team Points for hard work or good behaviour. The winning team is rewarded at the end of each half term.

Additional reward systems include; good work/effort certificates presented in a whole school assembly, recognition in the Friday assembly, whole class systems such as stars, points, stickers and treats, special privileges, showing good work to another class and teacher or to the headteacher or putting work on display.

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