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  • First Day Walk: Chulmleigh Ten Tors 25-Mile Challenge

    Published 16/10/23

    Our first ever Chulmleigh Ten Tors 25-Mile Challenge training walk took place this weekend, and we couldn’t have asked for better weather. Hard to believe it was Dartmoor in October! And the participants did brilliantly. They’re off to a great start…

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  • Rotary Youth Speaks Devon & Cornwall Champs!

    Published 06/03/23

    Well done to our Intermediate and Senior Rotary Youth Speaks teams who competed in the South West regional heat recently.

    Our Intermediate team, now Devon and Cornwall champions, go forward to the next round in Bristol, and our Senior team did a fantastic job, coming in second place.

    The heats involve scores of state and private schools, so this is an incredible achievement!


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  • Good Luck Year 11!

    Published 03/01/23

    Year 11 mock exams start this week and we would like to say 'good luck' to all of our pupils who are working so hard!

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  • Remembrance at Chulmleigh College

    Published 14/11/22

    On Friday 11th November at 11am all pupils and staff at the College gathered for a reading by the Head Boy Dan Upright and Head Girl Rowan Wise of Last Post, by Carol Ann Duffy, and the playing of the Last Post, followed by two minutes’ silence and then Reveille.

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  • Harvest Festival Returns

    Published 20/07/22

    We have seen much change in the past two years and so it felt good to return to a familiar part of our College tradition, our Harvest Festival. Our usual two sittings in church have become three, as our school has grown.
    This year the focus was on the theme of ‘hope’. We heard about hope in farming and in the work of the local foodbank. The senior prefect team provided the backbone of the service and we watched as an empty 'hopeless' table gained one tin, and gradually ended up full of food, full of hope.
    Our pupils behaved impeccably, with both of our guest speakers commenting on how impressive our pupils are and as Deputy Executive Headteacher Mr Payne mentioned, our pupils are our future hope. The College orchestra and choir provided the musical accompaniment, as well as performing some Ukrainian folk songs. Special thanks go to Briony Clinch from Lapford Foodbank who spoke about the work they do locally, Christine Chandler who gave our address and Mandy Fosbrooke from Morrisons in Tiverton, who provided a van to transport our food contributions, which went to Lapford Foodbank.
    Thank you to everyone who sent in food donations, they were very gratefully received.

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  • September Open Events

    Published 20/06/22

    In September we will be holding a number of open events for families choosing a school for 2023 entry, including a Welcome Evening and Welcome Mornings, please read on for more information...

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