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Ivybridge Community College

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April 2016

  • 30/04/16

    ICC among England’s best as they prepare for National Schools’ Football Final ​

    Ivybridge Community College to contest national final as part of PlayStation®Schools’ Cup Festival at Reading’s Madejski Stadium Under 14 B Team to compete for Under 14 PlayStation Schools’ Cup for ‘B’ Teams on Wednesday, 18 May Festival is the season finale...
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  • 26/04/16

    Shakespeare Day ​​​​​​​​

    The Bard was brought back to life at Ivybridge Community College on Friday, 22 April.
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  • 22/04/16

    Visiting Author/Illustrator Sonia Leong ​

    Manga artist Sonia Leong spent the day with Year 8 students at Ivybridge Community College on Wednesday, 20 April.
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  • 14/04/16

    Ivybridge Community College Join The Great Debate ​​​​​​​​

    On Tuesday, 12 April Miss Eaton and Miss Adams took Paul Grigorescu-Adam Year 9, Sam Jarvis Year 9 and Jack Osborne Year 9 to ‘Up For Debate’ debating competition at Blundell’s School.
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  • 06/04/16

    Under 14 National 7's Champions ​​​​​​​​

    We are delighted to announce that Ivybridge Community College’s Under 14 7’s squad have been crowned National 7’s Champions, following their success in this year’s Rosslyn Park National 7’s competition.
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  • 04/04/16

    Pierre Michelin - 2016 Judo British Schools National Champion ​

    It is with great pleasure that we announce that Pierre Michelin in Year 8, is the 2016 Judo British Schools National Champion (in Years 8 and 9).
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  • 04/04/16

    Judo success leads to England call up! ​

    Ivybridge Community College’s Pierre Michelin, in Year 8, competed in the Years 8/9 U66kg category at the British Schools National Championships on Saturday, 2 April in Sheffield.
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