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HIGH school pupils got a taste of college life at Accrington and Rossendale College.
A FORMER partner in a solicitors’ firm walked the coastal route around Anglesey in memory of his wife
FIVE pupils from Rossendale will be taking part in a historical trip of a lifetime to the First World War Battlefields.
A LITERACY and numeracy festival attracted almost 200 Year 5s to Fearns.
PARENTS packed Fearns when they attended their first parents’ evening with their new Year 7 pupils.
A SCHOOL newspaper written and designed by pupils from Fearns was picked as the best in the UK.
A FUN trip around Blackpool Zoo was enjoyed by pupils from Fearns when they met the animals and learnt more about them.
A PUPIL who never missed a day off high school in five years was rewarded with two gifts.
A SERIES of early morning breakfast revision sessions gave pupils at Fearns the best chance to achieve their GCSE goals.
A FORMER solicitor will be walking perimeter of Anglesey in memory of his wife to raise money for the charity Headway.
A VETERAN who is now a pastoral mentor at Fearns was highlighted as a success story in a BBC1 programme.
THROUGHOUT the duration of the World Cup, high schools students in Rossendale will be reading chapters of an on the spot new novel.
A NEWSPAPER written and produced by pupils from Fearns is the only state high school entry to be a finalist in a prestigious national media competition.
A GRANT from the Vegetarian Society made for a meat-free week at Fearns.
MULTI-millionaire ‘old boy’ of Fearns Piers Linney returned to his old school to inspire scholars.
HIGH school pupils got the first taste of university life when they joined the University of Manchester Gateway project.
AS PART of a high school reading initiative, pupils from Fearns visited Bacup Library.
OUT of more than 3,000 auditionees, Cameron Rhodes has been selected for one of just 38 places at the prestigious Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London.
WORKING hard at school reaped rewards for seven Year 7s who have just completed a horse management course.
KICKBOXING competitor and instructor Tejay Bacon hopes to secure gold after being picked to represent England in the World Championships.
A PASTORAL Mentor at Fearns who was severely wounded in Afghanistan is planning a gruelling 2,745 mile bike ride for charity.
AN EXCITING initiative to improve reading is being led in Rossendale by Mrs Humphries, the librarian at Fearns.
Rookie reporters get a glimpse of life as a journalist
NINE Literacy Leaders spent a day being a journalist when they got to write articles of their choice as part of BBC School News Report Day.
CARING pupils raised £225.85 by holding a non uniform day and running a mile for Sport Relief.
A TOUR of battlefields, cemeteries and memorials had a lasting effect on two pupils from Fearns.
PUPILS at Fearns who completed an employer mentoring programme have been rewarded with certificates.
FORMER Fearns pupils have developed an innovative company whose digital product has revolutionised a national NHS problem.
Fearns Community Sports College pupils will be taking part in BBC School Report
BBC School report 2018, 7 articles written by students at our school.
PUPILS got the chance to learn about the wealth of opportunities at Rossendale Leisure Trust.
YEAR 10s at Fearns learnt the importance of gaining experience in a careers talk.
National success for former Fearns pupil
FORMER Fearns pupil Sophie Clayton is the youngest member of the design team at Rossendale’s largest company and has just scooped a national award.
A LOGO created by a pupil at Fearns will be seen by thousands of people.
TEN pupils attended an informative trip to the University of Manchester to help them decide on their GCSE options.
PUPILS on a mentoring scheme were inspired after spending the morning with staff at Rossendale Leisure Trust discovering how they got into their careers.
TEN lucky Year 7 pupils had their hard work in school rewarded when they were enlisted on a horse management course.
A TEAM of 12 pupils from Fearns scooped two awards in the Youth Enterprise Challenge - the most money raised per pupil and most innovative idea.
HUMANITIES lessons at Fearns gave pupils a chance to reflect and remember the Holocaust.
THE magic of Harry Potter came to life for pupils at Fearns.
SCIENCE, Technology, Engineering and Maths came to life for pupils from Fearns on a trip to the University of Manchester.
PUPILS were given top tips on how to impress a future employer in the first of a series of talks at Fearns
PUPILS were inspired to achieve when the Class of 2017 returned to Fearns Community Sports College, Stacksteads, to collect awards.
CHRISTMAS jumpers, a raffle and a monster bake sale helped to raise money for Rossendale Hospice.
A PRESENTATION on ways to improve female attendance at football matches delivered by pupils from Fearns was picked as the best.
KEEN readers who have worked hard to improve their skills were rewarded in a series of parties.
PUPILS got the chance to sample post-16 opportunities on a taster day held at Accrington and Rossendale College with tasters included bricklaying and cooking.
THREE artists from Fearns had their work selected as the best in a competition organised by Rossendale Rotary Club.
Lest we forget – Fearns remembers
VETERANS and firefighters stood shoulder to shoulder with pupils from Fearns when the school held a Remembrance service.
A CLEVER presentation earned pupils from Fearns University of Manchester scarves.
LESSONS to save a life have been taught at Fearns.
A NEW community club has been set up at Fearns as an offshoot of the Rotary Club.
A TEENAGE poet from Fearns has had his dark tale selected for a national poetry anthology.
A TRES bonne time was had by pupils celebrating European Day of Languages at Fearns.
Coffee day to raise money for Macmillan
Girls’ results top boys at Fearns
Year 10s plan their future
Pupils shadow Lancashire book competition
Degree student goes back to school to help pupils complete qualifications
Year 5s complete literacy and numeracy challenges
New starters enjoy taster day at Fearns
BAKING, trampolining, making music and getting crafty were all activities enjoyed by primary pupils on a transition day at Fearns