Once new year 11 students were presented with their new ties, they then attended the Fish and Tip evening. This presented students and their parents/carers an opportunity to pick up some valuable information regarding maths, English and science along with an extensive set of revision material. Thank you for attending; it was another demonstration of your support. For those who couldn’t attend, please find attached the important information that was shared. Your child will also have a of revision materials available for them to collect. These are available at student services.
Hope to see you all soon.
Students at Freebrough Academy were presented with their new ties on Monday 17th June. Students have embraced moving in to their new final year at Freebrough Academy and this has been followed up by some fantastic attendance for maths, English and science after school sessions last week. Big push for this this week. Two late buses will be provided for students attending after school sessions.
‘New Year’ 11 After School Session Timetable
Friday- History, geography, computer science
There is a forthcoming expansion of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination programme in schools.
In the UK, we have among the highest HPV vaccination coverage rates in the world and this is largely achieved because it is a school-based programme, with excellent support provided by schools to enable the NHS immunisations teams to vaccinate school age children. Our young people and adult population are well protected against serious diseases as a result.
Freebrough Academy staff and students would like to congratulate the DofE Silver award teams for passing their expedition. They showed true grit and determination right through the 3 days. Showing true team work, amazing map reading skills and navigation skills. The silver takes place over 3 days and each day they have to walk 7 hour. They navigated over different types of terrain as they traveled to each check point along the way starting off from Appleton le moors – Rosedale Abbey – kildale – the top of Roseberry Topping. A huge well done to all of them.
Jak is the club captain for this year, he coaches the squad 3 times a week and at the club presentation evening he was give the Alwyn Pearce-Roberts Trophy. This trophy is given out annually to the swimmer who has Epitomized the true club spirit “Always Surfaces With A Smile”
Jak has had problems with his shoulder over the last 18 months to 2 years but this hasn’t stopped him swimming even when told to rest Jak has gone on to coach and support his fellow swimmers, taking the bare minimum time off from his own swimming.
The year 10 and 11 photography groups have been making a splash by photographing fruit and other objects hitting water. They used a tripod, remote trigger and a lot of skill. The project was inspired by commercial photographers who work in advertising. A huge well done for capturing these amazing images.