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  • Frequency 87.7FM
  • HCC Radio
  • Wednesday 8.25am

 Frequency 87.7FM

The primary aim of Radio HCC is to broadcast weekly announcements and news from around the college. These broadcasts are also a platform to celebrate the achievements of the students and staff at HCC.  Tutor groups can tune in every Wednesday from 8.25am to listen to music and catch the news headlines at 8.45am. Listeners can also enjoy music and discussion every break and lunch time.

At the moment the station is operating on a 2 week schedule to produce a radio show that will be broadcast at the end of the second week. A student producer is chosen fortnightly to lead a team of broadcast assistants who will research news items, record performances, interview guests, script write and deliver other content for their show. Honiton residents can tune in on 87.7FM to listen in or hear the show as a podcast on the college website.
If you have any exciting content ideas for the show or would like to get involved with Radio HCC, please see Mrs Creed (Creative Arts & Media Technician)
Radio HCC are always looking for special announcements, keen performers and people & groups to interview.

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  • Sixth Form
    Welcome to HCC Sixth Form

    Varied, stimulating, challenging & purposeful

    • Working with individual career aspirations
    • A huge array of Sixth Form facilities
    • Come and join our vibrant sixth form

    Welcome to Honiton Community College Sixth Form. Every student at Honiton Community College is valued as an individual and we will work with your ideas and career aspirations to choose your programme of study. 

    Whilst in the Sixth Form we will nurture your intrinsic sense of motivation and encourage you to have the highest aspirations of both yourself and your peers.  Staff will facilitate your learning in a manner that seeks to actively engage and stimulate you.   You will work with us, in partnership, to provide every opportunity to maximise your potential."Glenn Smith - Principal
    "Every student at Honiton Community College is valued as an individual and we will work with your ideas and career aspirations to choose your programme of study."   Selena Burroughs - Head of Sixth Form


    This prospectus will not only give you details of our courses, but also what the College has to offer you for personal and academic success. We are a friendly and caring community so you will not 'get lost in the crowd'!

    Our Sixth Form students achieve individual success that we extremely proud of. Read about some of our many successful students in the prospectus.

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    Excellent Facilities

    We have facilities to support your studies including the new Sixth Form Centre.

    However, it is very much the personal experience provided by our teachers, support staff, Sixth Form personal tutors and Head of Sixth which make Honiton Community College an excellent place to study.

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    "Provision for Sixth Form students
    is good. There is a very wide
    range of courses available which
    meet the needs of the students
    well. Honiton Community College
    is a good school and rapidly

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  • Clubs & Enrichment
    Clubs & Enrichment

    Take the opportunity to get active and get creative!

    • Encouraging creativity
    • Try something new!
    • Explore new skills

    Enclosed below are the details of all the extra curriculum activities running at the College. Please take the opportunity to get active, get creative and try something new. We are aiming to add new clubs with fresh ideas every year so please keep an eye open. For further information, see the member in staff in charge for each club.


    Click below to download the PE Clubs & Enrichment list for Autumn Term 2017

     Click to view (some files will need to be downloaded).

    Enrichment Programme Autumn 2017



  • Sports Academy & Junior Academy
    Sports & Junior Academy

    A brand new iniative to HCC

    • Mirror a professional athletes training
    • Develop talent and enthusiasm
    • A brand new scheme for HCC

    Since September 2013, Honiton Community College has introduced a brand new initiative, the Sports Academy. The Sports Academy has been designed to increase the provision already in place for talented and enthusiastic young sports people at HCC. It has been divided in to two areas, The Sports Academy and the Junior Sports Academy. The Sports Academy allows pupils to combine their academic and/or vocational studies with a comprehensive training schedule, mirroring that of a professional athlete.

    Sky Sports Living For Sport Visit

    Honiton Community College welcomed Heather Fell, Olympic silver medallist at modern pentathlon on Thursday 7th January as part of the Sky Sports Living for Sport project. Heather spent time with our Year 10 P.E most able and a handful of our Junior Sports Academy students. During her time with us, Heather introduced the 6 key steps to success which are messages not only applicable to sport but also to carry through to adulthood.

    Heather told the story of her sporting background and how she got in to one of the more obscure sports at the Olympics. This process naturally involved lots of ups and downs including injuries, funding barriers and selection setbacks. This very personal story which culminated in international recognition at the Beijing Olympics where Heather achieved a silver medal, was proof to our students that with talent, tenacity and resilience it is possible to achieve success.

    The second part of the day for our highly able and Junior Sports Academy students was to take part in a practical workshop designed to promote teamwork, communication and competitiveness. Naturally, our students thoroughly enjoyed this element of the day. The students took part in a number of different activities both physical and mental and showed an excellent attitude throughout the day.

    The final part of the day for our students was to have a go at some basic fencing moves which Heather demonstrated (fencing being one of the disciplines in modern pentathlon). The students had a good go at this, despite some of them not being natural fencers. It was very rewarding watching the students taking on new ideas and skills and attempting them with a positive attitude.

    In the afternoon, Heather was kind enough to speak to our Btec Sport sixth form students about their current unit of work, Sports Development. Heather was able to talk about the different areas of her sport and touch on some of the infrastructure that is in place at elite level and some of the barriers that were in place and how she overcame them.

    The whole day was a complete success and I am very grateful for Heather for giving up her time and for all the students involved as they represented the college excellently. 



    The Sports Academy is for year 12 and 13 pupils and as part of this new scheme, pupils will be provided with a brand new kit line in order to create an identity for the Sports Academy around College and to be able to train in suitable clothing.

    They will have 2 hours per week timetabled for sports conditioning sessions. They will also receive training diaries designed to identify their training needs and to monitor and record their strength and conditioning programmes. In addition, these pupils will have regular meetings with the Mr Skelding (Sports Academy Co-ordinator) in order to monitor their development.



    Junior Sports Academy

    The Junior Sports Academy applies to year 10 and 11 pupils (with some exceptions from younger years) and is aimed at identifying and supporting young athletes within HCC and providing them with an environment, in which to flourish.

    The Junior Sports Academy will take on 3 tiers with varying levels of provision:

    Level Three

    There will be 8 pupils from year 10 and 11 who will receive a scholarship including Sports Academy kit, which can be worn in core PE lessons, Sports Academy sessions, conditioning sessions and GCSE PE practical lessons. In addition, they will receive a training diary and a conditioning programme and sessions. They will also have regular monitoring sessions with Mr Skelding. In addition, these pupils will attend Sports Academy sessions after College if they fall under Rugby, Football, Netball or Basketball. If a pupil is in the top tier but not under these 4 sports, then they will receive everything except for the Academy sessions.

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    Level Two

    Level two pupils will have access to the Academy session after College and some conditioning sessions. Pupils who have shown consistent commitment to clubs and fixtures in College will also receive training diaries and ALL will have the option to purchase the Sports Academy kit range through the College VLE.

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    Level One

    Level One pupils will have access to after College Academy sessions and will have the option to purchase the Sports Academy kit from the College VLE.

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