Fearns Community Sports College

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5th March 15

Welcome to Fearns Community Sports College.

 Fearns is a fully inclusive and comprehensive school which caters for pupils from 11 – 16.  We are able as a small school to give individual attention and ensure that the needs of all of our pupils are met, whatever their background or ability.  We have superb role models of all ages in our school and many of our alumni are on the worldwide stage as you can see from our website.
At present we are concentrating on raising the bar for all of our young people, with high expectations and standards.  It is as easy as:  
Appearance
Behaviour
Commitment
With a fully committed set of staff, 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.The pupils will have the strong values of empathy, tolerance, self-discipline and understanding as well as good academic results.
Come and look round the school at any time to see us in action and decide for yourself.
 
Jo Venn
Acting Headteacher

School making reasonable progress says Ofsted

Inspectors have found a Fearns is making ‘reasonable progress’ towards coming out of special measures.

Nathan walks out at Twickenham in school’s new rugby kit

A YEAR 8 pupil got to walk out at Twickenham in front of 82,000 supporters wearing a bespoke rugby kit designed by fellow pupils.

Bingo gets appeal off to a flying start

EYES down was the order of the day when Fearns held its first bingo night.
The well-attended event, organised by the school’s newly formed Parent’s Forum raised £180 for the pupils locker appeal.

Bike safety course is wheely great

Cyclists were given a helping hand at Fearns when a two-day Bikeability cycle training course was held.

Year 9s prepare for world of work

Teamwork, planning and careers options were all explored in a series of workshops held as part of a Year 9 Careers Day.

Drama spells out alcohol issues to pupils

The shocking reality of the dangers of underage drinking was spelt out to pupils watching a theatre production.

Karate Kings earn place in England team

Two members of the same Rossendale karate club could be representing England in Poland for the World Shotokan Karate championships.

Cooks pit their dishes against Bury’s best

Pupils served up a tasty treat in a Bury College’s Junior Masterchef competition and were delighted to win third place.

Primaries promote sport

Two primary schools in Rossendale have won top honours for promoting sport in lessons, through clubs and by entering competitions.