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9th October: Our classrooms this week were not only full of learning for students but were also a place of debate for our teaching staff.
Curriculum and assessment at Ibstock Community College
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Secondary Transfer - Closing Date 31 October 2015
Applications can be made online at www.leics.gov.uk/admissions. ...
King Power Careers Fair for Year 9 Students
A careers fair at the King Power Stadium gave 45 students from Year 9 an insight into some of their career options....
Remembrance Trip to World War One Battlefields
Two students from Year 9 made an unforgettable journey to the battlefields of the First World War, after putting toge...
Open Evening is On Fire!
Hundreds of people turned up to Ibstock College's open evening for a taste of college life. Activities and ...
Sign Up for Ibstock's Got Talent
Ibstock's Got Talent is coming - and the organisers are looking for performers under the age of 16 to take part in th...
Be Safe Online, Students and Parents Told
A straight-talking drama production which highlights the dangers facing young people online will be repeated for pare...
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.