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29
JAN
2016

What does ‘arriving on time’ to College mean?

Please continue to ensure your child gets to College on time in the morning. When pupils arrive late, they miss out on essential instructions given at the beginning of the lesson.  This can significantly reduce achievement, regardless of academic ability.  Your child may also feel awk
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26
JAN
2016

The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention…

On 20th January, College Council and SMSC representatives, Chloe Higgs, Phoebe Spencer, Myles Gordon, Sophie Jones, Daniel Davies and Alfie  Darker-O-Rourke  visited the Leominster Community Larder. Before the Christmas holidays the College Council and SMSC representatives worked with
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20
JAN
2016

Educate against hate

The government has launched a new “educate against hate” website for schools and families. Education Secretary Nicky Morgan states that it is part of a renewed drive against extremism. Mrs Morgan says the aim is to protect “impressionable minds from radical viewsR
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11
JAN
2016

EMC Sixth Form Students help spread some Christmas cheer!

Sixth Form spread some community Christmas cheer! Our Sixth Form students put on their Santa hats and spread a touch of Christmas cheer to our local community on the last day of term. They delivered mince pies and Christmas cards to the elderly residents at Eaton Close, the young peop
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04
DEC
2015

What Does “Good Attendance” Mean?

Coming to College every day is vitally important.  The attached presentation highlights exactly what missing a day in College can mean in the long term, take a look by clicking the following link – What does “Good Attendance Mean?  This presentation has been delivered to a
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21
OCT
2015

EMC Open Evening – Did you win?

Visitors to our recent well-attended Open Evening were encouraged to collect a signature from each Faculty that they visited and pop their completed card into our Prize Draw to win a £20 WH Smith gift voucher. I am pleased to announce that the winning card drawn from the hat this year
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16
SEP
2015

BTEC Public Services students tackle the River Wye

Participating in outdoor adventurous activities is a big part of the BTEC Public Services course requirement. On the 14th September our students took part in a 3 hour and 4 mile kayaking course on the River Wye, Symonds Yat in Ross on Wye, led by the Hereford based Taste for Adventure
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03
SEP
2015

GCSE Results 2015: Simply the best ever.

The first cohort of students to complete their entire secondary education (11-16) to GCSE (or equivalent) examinations at the recently built £22million Earl Mortimer College and Sixth Form Centre in Leominster have smashed records and set a phenomenal benchmark for others to follow! P
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17
AUG
2015

Record A Level Results

The headlines are in… what a great set of results for EMC students! * Record A level results -100% A*-E pass rate, for the first time in the College’s five year history. * Record-breaking A level results for the fourth consecutive year. * Outstanding BTEC results, 100% pas
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