Welcome to Fearns Community Sports College.
Fearns is a fully inclusive, comprehensive school which caters for pupils from 11–16. As a small school, we are able to give individual attention to all our pupils and ensure that their needs are met whatever their background or ability. We have fantastic role models of all ages in our school and many of our pupils are actively involved in the wider community through leadership.
We are driving improvements with a clear focus on raising expectations and standards. With a fully committed set of staff, governors, supportive parents and well-behaved pupils, we have the ingredients to go from strength to strength. All of our pupils are unique and we want them to gain the best possible education at Fearns which will give them the keys to the future in our rapidly changing society.
We encourage every pupil to go further, faster and higher to be the person they need to be. Through pupil voice, we have recently reviewed our school values to promote and incorporate our wider British Values. These are at the heart of our school ethos. We are an ambitious, caring and proud school. We are considerate, tolerant and respectful to all in our positive, organised and dedicated community. We are a school which celebrates success together.
Come and look round the school at any time to see us in action and decide for yourself.
FEARNS was the only local authority school to be honoured in a national media competition.
Paper honoured among country’s best
NEW Head Boy and Head Girl at Fearns Community Sports College both want to aid good communication between staff and pupils.
New Head Boy and Head Girl
YEAR 7s from Fearns Community Sports College, Stacksteads, were treated to a literacy trip around Blackpool Zoo.
Zoo trip is hit with Year 7s
A BUDDING star has landed a place at a prestigious stage school and hopes it will lead to her dream job in a West End production.
Former Fearns pupil off to stage school
A GROUP of hungry readers meet weekly at Fearns to devour pages.
Page piranhas have a nose for books
Our school’s Page Piranhas tackle different genre of books to promote reading and improve literacy.
HIGH school students from all over Rossendale have experienced what its like to have dementia.
Fearns leads the way by offering dementia training
ARMY cadet Katriona Newell has her future career all mapped out.
Cadet Katriona collects cheque for her detachment
Fearns pupil Katriona is a Lance Corporal in the Haslingden Detachment having joined three years ago.
Fearns given special measures boost by Ofsted inspectors