St Ivo School
Welcome

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:

Uniform: information pack and benchmarking information

DfE performance tables

School Improvement Plan

Self Evaluation Form

Ofsted reports: May 2014, January 2015, June 2015 letter & action plan, December 2015

Parent handbooks: Year 7 - 11, Sixth Form

Key Stage 4 Curriculum Booklet for current the Year 9. The choices form to be submitted by Monday 29th February is also available as a separate document for easy printing.

Sixth Form Prospectus. The application form is available as a separate document for easy printing. Our entry requirements booklet is also now available. Please note that in addition to the subjects in the prospectus, we are looking to offer Level 2 Sports Development Programme and A Level Classical Civilisation - details can now be accessed here. Parents/carers and students may also wish to refer to information regarding A Level changes on the curriculum changes page.

Governors' News

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

  • Governors' Annual Meeting for Parents/Carers
  • Community Governor vacancy
  • Dates of Governor meetings
IVO News

Week beginning Tuesday 3rd May (Week B)

Arrangements for written exams

Year 11 exams will begin on Monday 16th May, but normal lessons continue until Friday 27th May when half term begins (Monday 30th May - Friday 3rd June). From Monday 6th June, written exams will continue with a block revision programme to complement student revision. Students are expected to attend these sessions as appropriate. The programme will be published shortly.

Year 12 exams begin on Monday 16th May, with Year 12 students on study leave from 16th May to Thursday 9th June. Normal lessons will resume on Friday 10th June, with students starting Year 13 courses. Level 2 students should continue to attend normal lessons throughout the exam period.

Year 13 exams begin on Monday 6th June. The last day of normal lessons will be Friday 27th May (half term Monday 30th May to Friday 3rd June). Some students may be sitting exams before 6th June, however should continue to attend normal lessons as usual.

SISA Quiz Night

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.