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December 2017

  • 15/12/17

    Billy Elliot – A Musical Masterclass

    Ivybridge Community College performed its most gritty, poignant and emotionally moving musical ever – Billy Elliot.  It was a triumph of comedy, high drama and musical prowess, by all who participated.
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  • 15/12/17

    Gymnasts and Dancers take showpieces to Germany

    Ivybridge Community College students gave German audiences an early Christmas present as they treated them to four wonderful gymnastics and dance performances.
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  • 14/12/17

    The Rowing Marine

    On Wednesday, 22 November Ivybridge Community College Year 8 and Year 9 students were given the opportunity to meet the inspirational Lee Spencer “The Rowing Marine" a formal Royal Marine who experienced a life changing accident and lost half of his right leg. Lee is a true inspiration an...
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  • 14/12/17

    Medals for Ivybridge Community College Gymnastics Academy

    Ivybridge Gymnastics Academy took fifty four gymnasts to the UK’s biggest intermediate gymnastics competition, the Honiton Invitational, and returned with some well-earned medals.
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  • 08/12/17

    World Class Schools Award Ceremony 2017 Held at Churchill College, Cambridge University

    On Thursday, 7 December four World Class students from Ivybridge Community College were invited by Miranda Perry, World Class Schools Quality Mark Award Co-Director, to project manage this very prestigious awards ceremony, held at Churchill College, Cambridge University.  This year a further si...
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  • 05/12/17

    Careers Fair

    The Careers Fair held on Wednesday, 23 November at the College was a busy event.  Over forty companies and training providers were present, with over eight hundred students and parents attending..
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