Statement of Intent

 

Ivanhoe believes that in order to facilitate teaching and learning, good attendance is essential. Pupils cannot achieve their full potential if they do not regularly attend school.

If your child has between 96% and 100% attendance they have a 73% chance of gaining 5 GCSE’s at grade 9-4 (formally grade A*-C) including Maths and English.

If your child has between 80% and 90% attendance they have a 35% chance of gaining 5 GCSE’s at grade 9-4 (formally grade A*-C) including Maths and English.

Those who leave school without 5 GCSE’s at grade 9-4 including Maths and English will on average earn at least 20% less than those that do throughout their lifetime.

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Ivanhoe library now offering ebooks

Ivanhoe library now offering ebooks

We are pleased to say that we are now able to offer our students free access to ebooks via the eplatform by wh...

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Anti-Bullying Assembly -November 2020

Anti-Bullying Assembly -November 2020

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Ivanhoe Remembrance Day Assembly 2020

Ivanhoe Remembrance Day Assembly 2020

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Year 8 Student's Short Story To Be Published.

Year 8 Student's Short Story To Be Published.

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North West Leicestershire Sport and Health Nomination

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World Mental Health Day

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Book Trust - Book Buzz

Book Trust - Book Buzz

Bookbuzz is a reading programme from BookTrust that aims to help schools inspire a love of reading in 11 to 13...

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Miss Motivators

Our fantastic Miss Motivators worked really hard over the last academic year to help to motivate girls to maintain girls to improve their levels of physical activity and also to make their PE experience at Ivanhoe as fantastic as possible. They also decided that the changing rooms could be improved,...

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