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Welcome to St Ivo School!

Our ethos is about fulfilling potential, ensuring that everyone who comes to our school achieves everything of which they are capable - nothing is more important to us than that.  We are also a friendly, welcoming school, where students work hard and achieve great things, every day!

The key to young people fulfilling their potential is that they receive an outstanding education, which is the sole aim of our school.  Our key aim, as staff, is to ensure that we are providing all our students with that outstanding education.  Another key aspect is to create the conditions in which young people can flourish, so working together to ensure great teaching is a high priority.  From the students, we expect a superb attitude to their learning, extraordinarily hard work every day and outstanding behaviour.

Of course, examination results matter, but St Ivo School is about much more than examination results.  It is about providing students with a broad, balanced and enriching experience of school life, in a caring environment, that will help them develop as confident, active citizens of the 21st century, who can make their own contribution towards making our world a better place.

We are an open school; if you would like to come and see us, please do contact us.  We would love to see you!

Useful links:

DfE performance tables

School Improvement Plan

Self Evaluation Form

Ofsted reports: May 2014, January 2015

Parent handbook

Uniform information pack

Year 9 into 10

The Key Stage 4 prospectus is now available. The choices form to be submitted is also available as a separate document for easy printing. Completed form need to be returned to the school by Tuesday 24th February.

Sixth Form - entry September 2015

The Sixth Form prospectus for 2015-16 can be found here. The application form is also available separately here. Our entry requirements booklet can now be accessed here.

Governors' News

Please see the Governors' page for latest news items, which currently include:

  • National Governors' Association External Review of Governance - report publication
  • Parent and Staff Governor elections
  • Outcome of independent complaints panel hearings
IVO News

Week beginning Monday 20th April (Week B)

Evening of Dance

On Wednesday 22nd April we will be hosting our annual Evening Of Dance. We are showcasing assessment work from Year 10, 11 and 12 Btec students, as well as the fantastic work that has been going on in our dance clubs, including Reflex, Ivo Dance Company, Tap and Ballet and Key Stage 3 club. We will also have some dances choreographed and performed by groups of enthusiastic students. Why not join us for what promises to be an enjoyable evening, starting at 6pm in the School Hall.

Congratulations to the under 13 girls' cricket team who won their regional final today. They now progress to the national final in May, at Lord's Cricket Ground, where they will represent St Ivo School for the second year running!

Enjoy Science Reading Challenge

Over 60 students in Years 7 - 9 have been enjoying getting their noses into science books as part of an extra-curricular challenge activity last half term. The Enjoying Science Reading Challenge was jointly coordinated between the Science Department and Resource Centre and encouraged students to delve into the wonderful world of science literature. The Challenge comprised three increasingly difficult levels. 61 students completed the Bronze level of the award with a superb 16 continuing on to complete the Silver level. Finally, there were 13 brilliant students who pushed themselves all the way and completed the Gold level of the award. This required them to prepare a short media project about the books they had been reading and ran as a competition. Kaitlyn in Year 7 was the overall media project winner, with prizes also awarded for each year group and presented in assemblies.

During the Challenge we also had Dr Helen Mason OBE from the University of Cambridge visit the school to talk to students about her research into the Sun and solar physics, as well as running bookmark competitions, creating a St Ivo Science Fun Facts book as part of World Book Day and culminating the Challenge by showing the award-winning Imitation Game film. It was a thoroughly enjoyable half term and amazing to see so many students getting involved with science outside of the classroom!

The major aim of the challenge was to enhance students' interest in science and to improve their scientific literacy. We want them to enjoy picking up a science book and not to see science books as boring or too challenging to approach. Science really is all around us! There is something science-related and interesting out there for everyone and this is what we are trying to promote by running the Enjoying Science Reading Challenge.

Girls' Football News

Many thanks to ParentMail (www.parentmail.co.uk), St Ives Rotary Club, Playfords (www.playfords.co.uk) and CamBio (www.cambio.co.uk), who are all contributing towards our fundraising to send two teams to the Youth World Cup this July.

Music Concert

Well done to all the students who took part in our fantastic Spring Concert, which featured Folk Group, String Ensemble, Barbershop, Vocalise, Guitars & Ukuleles, Samba and much more!

Year 11 revision, catch-up and additional information.

Letter regarding Year 11 languages revision.

St Ivo School is a company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales with registered number 07703797.
The registered office is St Ivo School, High Leys, St Ives, Cambridgeshire, PE27 6RR. Telephone number 01480 375400.
St Ivo School's VAT registration number is 127125733.