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Message to Parents from the Principal

Reorganisation of Hinckley and Burbage Secondary Schools Confirmed! As you are aware the schools in Hinckley and Burbage applied to change their age range with effect from August 2015. At the end of last week we were told this had been approved. As a result John Cleveland College will merge with Mount Grace Academy from August 2015. The age range of the new merged school will be 11 to 18. Redmoor High School and Hasting High School will become 11 to 16 schools. All students in the merged school will be based at the JCC site and the Mount Grace site will close. Post 16 education in the area will continue to be provided at JCC. These changes will not affect existing students in any way. The Heads from the 4 schools are very confident that this will improve education standards across the town. Further information will be given early next term.
POST 16 DATES TO REMEMBER Year 12 ⇒ Year 13 Full details...here Year 12 students 2014 Full details...here

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Interested in Media Production, Drama & Performing Arts?

Do you want to be part of a new YouTube sensation ???? We are looking for performers, film crew, presenters, directors, producers and writers to help with the production of exciting new youtube content See Mr Bennion in Drama for more details… And remember to subscribe to the channel - Drama Skills with Mr B ...

10.07.2014Click to read more >

Enterprising Students’ Skills Recognised

JCC student Joe Creese and his business team ‘Amplify’ have been recognised for their enterprise and business skills in the County ‘Young Enterprise’ Awards. The team were awarded ‘Best Trade Stand’ after an evening of presenting their Audi ball product and facing a tough line of questioning from the expe...

09.07.2014Click to read more >

Year 13 Futures Conference: WizeUp

WizeUp have been working with The Hinckley and Rugby Building Society (HRBS) since 2011. The philosophy behind WizeUp is to give Key Stage 3, 4 and 5 students expert knowledge and information about the challenges they may face in life, focussing primarily on financial and educational issues. At John Cleveland College, we have been fortunate enough to have received ses...

03.07.2014Click to read more >

Exam Results

Exam Results Students can collect their results as follows Year 13 August 14th from 9 am in the Study area Year 12 August 14th from 10.30 am in the Study area Year 11 August 21st from 9 am in the Main Hall Year 10 August 21st from 11 am in the Main Hall Results not collected by 1 pm will be posted on the day of release....

03.07.2014Click to read more >

Key Dates for Post 16: Year 12 students 2014

Thursday 21st August GCSE Results: Collect yours between 9.00am " 12 noon in the Main Hall. Staff will be available to offer advice and support. Any results not collected in the morning will be posted home. Friday 22nd August GCSE Surgery: 10am " 12 noon in the Post 16 building. Not sure if you got the grades you needed to get in?? Staff from JCC will be available to advise you. ...

25.06.2014Click to read more >

Ofsted: Going the Extra Mile

John Cleveland College features as Case Study 8 on page 46 Ofsted Report: Going the Extra Mile download ...

24.06.2014Click to read more >

JAM Music Schools present ‘Rock and Pop Academy’

JAM Music Schools present ‘Rock and Pop Academy’ " a 3-day School Holiday activity for young people aged 8-16 28th " 30th July 2014 and 11th " 13th August 2014 Please see the posters below for information about how to enrol ...

18.06.2014Click to read more >

Proms in the Park June 2014 Report

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Girls cricket team win county tournament

Yesterday 11/6/14, the girls cricket team won the county tournament and are now Leicestershire champions. They will now represent Leicestershire at the regional finals in the last week of term. England player Tammi Beaumont presented them with their trophy. ...

12.06.2014Click to read more >

Record number of year 13 students awarded a Gold CREST award

Over the last two years, a large number of our post-16 students have been working towards a Gold CREST award in the weekly Wednesday after school science club meetings. Project titles have included; Investigating the effect of visual stimuli on perceptions of sweetness in foods, appetite and weight loss. Cutting Edge Organic Synthesis i...

28.05.2014Click to read more >

Leicestershire and Rutland Young Artists Open Exhibition

http://www.creativehinckley.co.uk/events/event-detail/leicestershire-and-rutland-young-artists-open-exhibition/ A partnership project between Creative Hinckley and Charnwood Arts. Free entry to any young person aged 8-19 years living or studying in Leicestershire and Rutland. Your chance to exhibit in th...

21.05.2014Click to read more >

Sports Award Video 2014

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Arts Award Video 2014

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15.05.2014Click to read more >

Silver Crest Awards Presented to Students

CREST award students achieve their SILVER award after presenting to the Leicestershire CREST coordinator. A big well done to all those involved. ...

14.05.2014Click to read more >

A Midsummer Night's Dream review

“The performance of Shakespeare's play by the students was fantastic; they made Shakespeare so easy to follow. The audience all laughed and were enraptured by the actors performance. This was definitely one of the highlights of my mayoral year. I would like to thank the college for including me in the invitation to their performance, and thank all who took part, including backstage, lighting, sound, the director and anyone I may have not mentioned who was involved in t...

07.05.2014Click to read more >

Maths C/D Intervention Evening Presentation

Maths C/D Intervention Evening Presentation Presentation Download ...

14.02.2014Click to read more >

Hinckley Students Excel in Chemistry Competition

Hinckley Students Excel in Chemistry Competition A team of four students from Hinckley achieved second place in the Regional finals of the ‘Top of the Bench’ Chemistry competition at Derby University on Saturday 18th of January. Ten schools from across the East Midlands entered their teams. To get to this stage the team, consisting of Sarah Parkin (Year 11, John Cleveland College), Jamie Forsythe (Year 10, John Cleveland College), Adnan Aouad (Year ...

28.01.2014Click to read more >

Year 11 ICT & Computing students build department's own webserver

Students in the ICT and computing department have been making websites for many years but there has always been a problem finding the cost of a webserver so that the websites can be viewed on a variety of devices. Students in year 11 have solved this problem by building the department’s own webserver from recycled computer parts. The server,...

10.01.2014Click to read more >

Vex Robots

Thanks to a generous sponsorship package from National Grid the ICT and Computing department have started a lunchtime robotics club. Using VEX competition robot equipment, students from years 10 through to year 13 are designing and developing robots to meet a range of competition tasks. The current robots are being programmed using Robot C to gather play balls together so a human controller can take over and put the balls in a bucket. The range of skills that students are ...

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JCC CHEMISTS ARE ‘TOP OF THE BENCH’

A big Congratulations to Sarah Parkin, Yr 11 and Jamie Forsythe, Yr 10 (pictured above, together with mascot, Molly the Mole) who recently qualified to represent the East Midlands in the Royal Society of Chemistry Top of the Bench competition. They will now go through to the Regional Finals which will be held at the Univ...

04.12.2013Click to read more >

Open Evening Displays Best of JCC

Colourful displays, interactive challenges and welcoming teachers greeted the prospective students and parents who attended the John Cleveland College Open Evening last Thursday. The event was intended to provide an insight into the courses the college offers; Mrs E. Ellis, the transition co-ordinator, said that: “The idea is ...

07.10.2013Click to read more >

PUPIL PREMIUM

From April 2011 the government allocated a specific grant to every school for each pupil who was entitled to a free school meal (FSM) or was a ‘Looked After’ child (CLA) as at January 2011. This equated to 75 pupils in Key Stage 4 at John Cleveland College. The amount distributed per pupil was £448, giving a pupil premium total for 2011-2012 of £33,600. The areas of support the pupil premium provided for during this academic year in...

19.02.2013Click to read more >

Enterprising Students’ Skills Recognised

Enterprising Students’ Skills Recognised

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Futures Conference: Wizeup

Futures Conference: Wizeup

Year 13 Futures Conference

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Do you want to be part of a new YouTube sensation???

Do you want to be part of a new YouTube sensation???

Interested in Media Production, Drama and Performing Arts?

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Welcome to John Cleveland College

Mr Craven, Prinicpal

P D Craven, Principal

John Cleveland is a large comprehensive school for students aged 14-19. We work extremely closely with our feeder High Schools in order to build on the success and progress the young people have made prior to transferring to JCC.

I am delighted that in our recent Ofsted Inspection (March 2012) using the new more challenging framework the College was judged to be ‘Good’ for the first time ever. Inspectors said the College “provides a good standard of education for its students” and has “improved strongly since the previous Inspection.”

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John Cleveland College
Butt Lane
Hinckley
Leicestershire
LE10 1LE

Tel: 01455 632183
Fax: 01455 240111
Email: jcc.office@jcc.leics.sch.uk

Reception opening hours:
8.00 - 4.15 (Mon - Thurs) and
8.00 - 3.45 (Fri)