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JCC Rugby Dinner Friday 23 May 2014

John Cleveland College Rugby Dinner Friday 23rd May at The Green Rooms Hinckley. £22 per ticket (£40 Lads & Dads ticket) 7.00 - 7.30pm start Smart Dress Code For more information contact: DHeybrock@jcc.leics.sch.uk ...

10.04.2014Click to read more >

Last week the JCC-Kenya students held a very successful Bingo and Auction night to raise money for our projects in Kenya

Last week the JCC-Kenya students held a very successful Bingo and Auction night to raise money for our projects in Kenya. An enjoyable evening was had by all and we managed to raise about £1,000. Auction prizes were kindly donated by a number of organisations including: Ashfields restaurant, Earl Shilton, Hinckley Island Hotel, Hinckley Golf Club The Marina, Hinckley Leisure Centre Broad Ect...

24.03.2014Click to read more >

JCC Post - 16 Students Represent The East Midlands At The National Big Bang Science Fair

Sean, Jared, Connor and Sujeevan with their target molecule, a histamine H3 receptor antagonist Last week (13-16th March), four of our post-16 students represented the East Midlands at Gold CREST level at the National Big Bang Science Fair at the NEC in Birmingham. As part of the competition the boys put together a stand to present their project, ...

18.03.2014Click to read more >

Sarah Parkin (year 11) won her regional heat and attended the final stage

Having got through the first stage of the Poetry by Heart competition, held at the college, in London at the National Portrait Gallery. Sarah competed in a hotly contested Midlands round with 8 other participants and her recitation of ‘Ode To A Nightingale’ made Andre Motion cry and he told her that she had fully inhabited the role. Unfortunately, Sarah didn’t make it to the grand finale of eight reciters, but enjoyed every minute of her experience, which included ...

18.03.2014Click to read more >

21 GO TO THE PALACE – IT’S A RECORD!

21 GO TO THE PALACE IT’S A RECORD! On Tuesday 5 March, 21 students from John Cleveland College went to St James Palace in London to collect their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award from HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh himself.The participants engaged in a wide variety of activities to achieve this prestigious award. The Volunteering section ...

10.03.2014Click to read more >

Maths C/D Intervention Evening Presentation

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

14.02.2014Click to read more >

Year 11 student Sarah won the county final of Poetry By Heart

Year 11 student Sarah won the county final of Poetry By Heart Last night in Melton Mowbray Sarah won the county final of Poetry By Heart. There was an incredibly high level of competition, but Sarah’s beautiful and word perfect recitations of Ode to a Nightingale, The Way We Live and In Memoriam Francis Ledwidge were unanimously decided as exceptional. She will now be going down to London to compete in the finals. ...

12.02.2014Click 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 ...

10.01.2014Click to read more >

Interview training helps students make good first impressions

Hinckley school-leavers looking to land their dream job or coveted university place have been given a helping hand along the way thanks to National Grid staff. A 33-strong team from the gas and electricity company’s Hinckley offices in Brick Kiln Street joined volunteers from other local businesses to help the teenagers hone their inter...

16.12.2013Click to read more >

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 >

JCC features as a case study on the V-Inspired website

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05.11.2013Click 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 >

Royal Marines visit JCC Public Services Department

The Royal Marines visiting the public services deptartment and taking students through their paces. ...

24.09.2013Click 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 >

21 Go To The Palace

21 Go To The Palace

21 students from John Cleveland College went to St James Palace in London to collect their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award from HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh himself. Click here for more information>

 

Proposed Change to Admission Arrangements

Proposed Change to Admission Arrangements

Admission arrangements as a result of the merger between John Cleveland College and Mount Grace High School

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Vex Robots

Vex Robots

National Grid provide sponsorship for Vex robots to the ICT & Computing department

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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

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