'Achieving Excellence by Working Together'

Forest Way Teaching School Alliance has a shared moral purpose towards improved attainment for all pupils across the Alliance.


As a members of the Forest Way Teaching School Alliance, Ivanhoe College can access quality training and support for both our new and experiences staff to ensure that we are delivering the best quality education to our pupils.

The Teaching School Alliance is involved in the following areas:

  • Initial Teacher Training (School Direct)
  • Support for Newly Qualified Teachers  (NQTs)
  • Continuing Professional Development
  • Leadership Development and Succession Planning
  • School to School Support
  • Recruitment and deployment of SLEs and NLEs
  • Research and Development

To read more about the Forest Way Teaching School Alliance click here

To read the November 2014 Update click here



P.E. End of Year News.

Virtual Sports Presentation Evening 2020 We held our first ever Virtual Sports Presentation Evening on Thursday 9th July. The celebration was very different to what we are used to. We usually have over 300 students and their families in the hall but for obvious reasons that couldn’t happ...

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Proud to support keyworkers

Proud to support keyworkers

At Ivanhoe we are proud to be open and looking after the children of keyworkers, as well as being keyworkers o...

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Home Learning - Reading Help / Lists for Year 7, 8 & 9

Home Learning - Reading Help / Lists for Year 7, 8 & 9

Reading Help & Home Reading Lists Reading Help Dear Parents and Carers, Here are some good places...

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Nut Aware School

Ivanhoe College is a food allergy aware school. This letter is to inform you that there are a considerable number of students at our school who have severe food allergies. The most common of these allergens are peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, fish and shellfish, soy and wheat. The most serious risk in our...

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