West Exe School

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Coordinates: 50°42′25″N 3°32′24″W / 50.707°N 3.540°W / 50.707; -3.540

West Exe School
Type Foundation school

Sönke Bayer

Chair Allan Hart[2]
Location Hatherleigh Road
Local authority Devon
DfE URN 113505 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 1,300
Gender Co-educational
Ages 11–16

Grandisson, Briwere,

Temple, , Curzon
Colours Green, Blue, Yellow, Red
Website www.westexe.devon.sch.uk

West Exe School is one of the five secondary schools in Exeter, Devon, England. West Exe School used to be known as West Exe Technology College, and as St Thomas High School before that. The catchment area for the school is the St Thomas area, Alphington, and some parts of Exwick. A new school building was opened in 2006; the old was demolished.


The five houses are named after different bishops of Exeter throughout the middle and early modern eras.

Only four of the houses are in mainstream usage, as Pelham is only used for students who have joined from home education to sit the GCSE exams. It will, however, be reinstated as a main house after the next Baby Boom takes place.


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