Ivanhoe Technology College gained academy status in 2012. Academies are state-funded independent schools that receive funding directly from central government rather than through the local authority.
Academy status provides schools with greater freedom to innovate and raise standards. It allows for the national curriculum to be adapted and personalised to meet the needs of our students. This personalisation ensures high quality outcomes in terms of the skills, knowledge, understanding and experiences through a curriculum that has breadth, depth and clear preparation for the rigours of GCSE and post-16 education.
By being an academy, Ivanhoe College is able to make its own decisions on how the college is run with more autonomy on how key resources are deployed ensuring the best outcomes for our students.
The college's on-going commitment is to provide an excellent education with outstanding opportunities at the heart of the local community.
Updated Coronavirus measures for schools
23 November 2021 Dear Parents/ Carers, Additional coronavirus (COVID-19) measures for schools and educational settings You will be aware that nationally, cases of COVID-19 amongst school aged children are currently high, and Leicestershire is no exception. As a result, all schools and early...
Design Competition Finalist
A huge congratulations to former Ivanhoe College student, Megan Harris, who has made it through as a regional finalist for the Royal Mailâ€™s â€–Heroesâ€™ Stamp Design Competition 2021. Megan is one of only 120 young people to reach this stage of the competition, from a staggering 606,049 entr...
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