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:
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.
TWO pupils have successfully gained apprenticeships before their schooling has been completed.
Careers sorted for pupils yet to sit GCSEs
Inspectors have found a Fearns is making ‘reasonable progress’ towards coming out of special measures.
School making reasonable progress says Ofsted
CARING pupils joined a community group to clean up areas of Stacksteads and were amazed by how much rubbish had been dumped and discarded.
Pupils join community group to clean up
WITH subjects as diverse as Vladimir Putin to the solar eclipse, junior journalists got a taste of life in a newsroom.
Pupils become rookie reporters for the day
MOCK interviews were carried out with Year 10 pupils to give them a taste of what they will face when they go for college interviews or apply for apprenticeships next year.
Pupils in the hot seat for mock interviews
PUPILS got to meet and listen to some of their favourite authors at a special World Book Day event at Preston North End.
World Book day
ELEVEN-year-old Chanelle Pearson had her first proper haircut and donated her hair to be made into wigs for children battling cancer.
KEEN golfer Reece Walker has not finished school yet but he has already lined up an apprenticeship and will begin work in September.
Golfer Reece lands job after work experience
Teamwork, planning and careers options were all explored in a series of workshops held as part of a Year 9 Careers Day.
Year 9s prepare for world of work