Fearns Community Sports College

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2nd December 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.
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 given special measures boost by Ofsted inspectors


Special measures monitoring inspection of Fearns Community Sports College

World Champions in Fearns

THREE pupils from Fearns travelled to Orlando in Florida to take part in the Kickboxing World Championships and two came home with medals.

Cake sale to raise money for Mia

CARING teenagers baked and decorated cakes to sell in school to help raise money for a six-year-old girl with quadriplegic cerebral palsy.

Student reach their potential

Student Cerys on her way to be marine zoologist, Katie Jo rides into dream job as mechanic and five As help Elli towards fashion buyer goal

Keeping it in the family

TWO triplets have become Head Boy and Head Girl at Fearns. Emily, Jamie and brother Harry Rogers, who has autism, were born at 31 weeks in St James Hospital Leeds in 2000.