The Fermain Academy continues to be part of Tesco’s Community Food Connection programme. The school receives food that is reduced-to-clear, close to its expiry date or food that cannot be sold but is safe to eat. The school utilises the food (such as fruit and cereal) at break times and it is also used during food technology practical lessons. We…
The Fermain Academy is delighted to announce that we have been made the recipients of the Basic Skills Quality Mark.  We achieved accreditation for the Basic Skills Quality Mark in December 2017, in recognition of the work we do to enable students to improve their basic skills in school. The assessor summed up her report by saying, “The Fermain Academy…
The Fermain Academy is proud to announce that we have been awarded the Inclusion Quality Mark. The report described the school as "a safe place of learning for those who have become disengaged with mainstream education" and noted that we are highly successful at re-engaging the disengaged. Furthermore, we were advised to apply for "Centre of Excellence" status, and were…
The school has been shortlisted for the Tesco Bags of Help community funding project and now we need your help! There are 3 projects shortlisted and the amount of funding we will get depends on in-store votes over the next 2 weeks (31st October - 13th November). You can vote in the following stores: Tesco Superstore - Hibel Road Tesco…
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