Chloe bounces into second place
Fearns pupil lands football scholarship
Pupils achieve ‘above and beyond’
PUPILS were praised for ‘achieving beyond expectations’ when the Class of 2013 attended presentation evening.
Headteacher Mr Dawson said: “Five years ago the school introduced pupils to our school motto and my hope, in presenting the awards and certificates tonight, is that we have developed a real understanding as to why this motto is so important.
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Science gets £1/4million boost at Fearns
FUTURE scientists can now learn their subjects in our state of the art science suite.
The £250,000 investment has meant four new more spacious labs have been created along with a preparation room, staff offices and an open plan Year 11 meeting place where they can work and socialise at lunch and break.
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Hundreds join in Fearns’ reading challenge
Kickboxer Shannon Scoops World Titles
AT JUST 13 Shannon Bacon is a force to be reckoned with and now she has two gold medals to prove it.
After being crowned national kickboxing champion for her age and weight, Shannon earned her place in the World Championships in Cyprus where she said she was aiming to go ‘one better’ having previously won silver at the championships in Canada and bronze in Portugal.
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Fearns pupils remember those who made ultimate sacrifice
PUPILS took time to remember all the soldiers from colonial countries who also gave their lives fighting to keep our freedom.
The Fearns community paid respects to all those who had lost their lives from this country, but also took time to reflect on the people from countries like Australia, India, South Africa and the West Indies had also been affected.
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Caring pupils pack bags for charity
Exploring school life as Fearns opens the doors
Head swims Lake Windermere for charity
WITH just four days to the school term starting one headteacher was completing a marathon challenge – swimming the length of Lake Windermere.
Head of Fearns Mr Dawson and 34 other swimmers braved the chilly lake on September 1. He was one of just two to complete the 11.5 mile feat without a wetsuit and raised money for charity.
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Pupils Campaign to Reinstate EMA
Open Doors to Parents
Science labs get £1/4million boost at Fearns
A STATE of the art science suite is being created after our school secured a £250,000 investment.
Lancashire County Council is providing the funds and science co-ordinator Mrs Moss can’t wait for the work to begin. She said: “I want this to become the science hub of the school. I am so excited.
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Fearns headteacher Mr Dawson said: “We have a significant number of pupils achieving As and A*s and I am pleased with the number of pupils who have met their target grades. “Our results in science have bucked the national trend with 91 per cent of pupils taking triple science achieving A* to C.
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Humanities and Languages drop in homework club is available to all pupils on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 3.10pm to 4.10pm from this week onwards.
Also, Year 11 Revision Sessions are as follows:
Both are straight after school until 4pm on the Humanities corridor.
The Humanities Progress Club will be taking place on Tuesdays starting on the 5th November and will be running for 6 weeks. Pupils able to attend this have been sent a letter home, the first 30 replies will be able to attend.
THREE governors are being sought by Fearns.
The school is seeking two parent governors and one community governor.
Anyone interested can contact the Headteacher’s PA Mrs Shaw on 01706 873896 or email firstname.lastname@example.org