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  • 12/08/21

    Outstanding year for the John Ferneley class of 2021 - GCSE results

    Despite the impact of the pandemic, John Ferneley students have excelled in their GCSE results this year. Another superb set of results achieved by the brilliant young people of John Ferneley. On Thursday 12th August, students received their grades after several months of studying through var...
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  • 02/08/21

    August 2021 update: Coronavirus Guidance for Parents/Guardians

    Monday 2nd August 2021 update for parents/guardians and students: Firstly, thank you for all your continued support in what has been a challenging academic year, for everyone. In line with new government guidance issued for August 2021, including return lateral flow testing for all students start...
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  • 13/05/21

    Communicating with the school - for parents/guardians

    Dear Parents/Guardians, Below you will find everything you need to know about staying in touch with our school, staff and communication systems, while your child is at John Ferneley College. Contacting the school Please be reminded that your child’s Head of Year and Tutor is your dire...
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  • 15/04/21

    Behaviour for Learning Policy - feedback survey for parents/guardians

    Dear Parent/Guardian, As part of Mowbray Education Trust, John Ferneley College are working alongside other schools in the Trust to develop a group of school priorities that are going to help our students to recover any loss of learning during the pandemic.  The areas the Trust are keen t...
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  • 26/08/20

    We have transformed our curriculum to improve education experience for all

    In the wake of COVID-19, students across the country have suffered a huge disruption to their learning. To help address this, we are transforming our delivery of education. We are launching a ‘knowledge rich’ curriculum when term starts in September and our 1150 students return to face-t...
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  • 21/08/20

    GCSE Results Day 2020

    “Our Year 11s have made me so proud in ways that none of us could have imagined a year ago. Not only do today’s results reflect what we know would have been a record-breaking year, the students have conducted themselves with such maturity, integrity, and acceptance in circumstances that...
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  • 10/07/20

    Year 11 information

    Dear Parents/Carers and Year 11 students, I cannot begin to express how difficult it is to end the academic year via a letter, and I am acutely aware that many students would like the opportunity to say goodbye.  Please see below for some important dates for your diary: Results day...
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  • 07/07/20

    Preparation for the new academic year

    Dear Parent/Carer I hope that you and your family are well and coping during these challenging times. Getting the communication right is a particular challenge at the moment – we’ve thought long and hard and have decided to separate out the information we’d like to share. We...
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  • 24/06/20

    A Message from Mrs Stansfield

    An important message from Mrs Stansfield, Executive Headteacher for John Ferneley College.
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  • 01/06/20

    School re-opening information

    Please find below the letters that have been sent out to parents with our school re-opening information. Please be reassured that we are fully aware that students will return to us in September with some gaps in their learning, inevitably. Our team of subject leaders are working on plans for...
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  • 15/05/20

    Planning For Re-opening Our Schools

    Please find below a letter from Christine Stansfield, the CEO of the Mowbray Education Trust, regarding planning for re-opening our schools.
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  • 14/05/20

    New 24 hour local NHS phone line for urgent mental health

    Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust (LPT) has launched a dedicated phone line* 0116 295 3060* where people of all ages in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland can access NHS mental health support when they need it urgently. 
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