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15th Sept: Assemblies this week allowed the students to hear about the work that has gone into the building over the summer...(Read more)
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Y9 PROM CDs
Photo CDs of the prom are now ready for collection from reception. ...
AFTER-SCHOOL homework session
Students can stay to study, complete homework or read. Mrs Barber (Reading & Research co-ordinator) wil...
Dig This! Archaeologists Give Students an Insight into their Findings
Archaeologists from the University of Leicester gave students an insight into their ongoing excavations at Bradgate P...
Lincoln Castle Trip Needs no Defending
The annual visit to Lincoln for Year 7 students proved to be as much of an adventure as ever. For the first...
Swimming, Sports Hall and Gym facilities for the public
We offer nursery provision from 6 weeks to pre-school. Free child care places available!
We believe that the best possible education is based upon a clear focus upon three essential aspects – ensuring that core skills and values are embedded in our students; nurturing partnerships with parents and the community; and creating a wide range of opportunities to encourage exploration and risk-taking.
Our focus upon the core skills of numeracy and literacy ensures that students excel in their education. In addition, we pride ourselves on emphasising the core values that prepare students for a productive, creative and positive future. The values of service to the community and a respect for each other have been an integral part of the education provided at Ibstock Community College for nearly a hundred years and we maintain this tradition for all of the students who join us.
The partnership between the college and the community mean that students are surrounded by the culture of life-long learning. In addition, our open communication is a strength of the college and allows parents to have easy access and discussion with staff on any matter of their child’s education.
Finally, we are delighted to be able to offer an extensive range of opportunities to students through the curriculum as well as visits, trips, team sports, performance events and national competitions.