Fearns Community Sports College

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23rd October 16

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.
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. 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.
Helen Stead

Fearns moving in right direction

THE Headteacher of Fearns has spoken of her delight as her school is moving in the right direction.

High school life enjoyed by Year 6s

PRIMARY pupils sampled high school life when they spent a day at Fearns.

Race For Life organised by pupils

CARING high school pupils are organising a Race For Life to encourage primary school children to run a mile.


Fearns given special measures boost by Ofsted inspectors

New Head Boy and Head Girl

PUPILS have elected a new Head Boy and Head Girl at Fearns Community Sports College, Stacksteads.

Apprentice inspires students

AN INSPIRATIONAL talk from Apprentice candidate Adam Corbally left pupils in no doubt what they needed to do to succeed in life.

Junior Journalists create their own paper

ROOKIE reporters spent a week becoming journalists to create their own school newspaper.

Literacy and numeracy fun day

FUN activities around literacy and numeracy saw nearly 200 primary school pupils enjoy a day at ‘big school’.