A massive thank you to all our Year 11 parents who attended this evening where they received information about the forthcoming GCSEs and advice for how they can support their children with their revision. For those parents who were unable to attend please see the document linked below which outlines the key information.
Year 11 students will have the opportunity to purchase a leavers’ hoodie. Students will be given order forms in tutor and forms need to be returned to the Academy with payment no later than Friday 8 March 2019.
The hoodies will cost £17.00 and students can have a nickname printed on the back of the hoodie for an additional £1.50. Students will be able to collect their hoodies on Monday 13th May.
In Physical Education during the first week of this Spring term, the students of Freebrough Academy will be learning the Call, Push, Pull system. The Academy has been provided with CPR units for the students to practice these life saving skills. The Call, Push, Pull system is sponsored by the British Heart Foundation.
Year 7 students have been working in the DICE CAD&M – Computer Aided Design & Manufacture – suite to design and manufacture, using design computer software and the departmental Laser Cutter, a small decorated ‘Tool Box’.
The box design has required accurate mapping of the joints and the use of Industrial methods of manufacture.
As we approach the Festive Season many of the boxes have been decorated with a Christmas theme
The 2018 Freebrough Academy PRIDE Awards evening will be held in the Academy on Wednesday 5 December 2018
This is the time of year when current and former students are recognised for their good work and accomplishments during the last academic year. All guests are asked to join us for canapés prior to the evenings glittering awards ceremony, which will celebrate the successes of our students.
The ceremony will begin at 6.00 pm.
Current students are asked to wear full uniform and former students, to wear smart dress.
Freebrough’s Under 14 netball team won their second match against St Peters. Currently undefeated in their league. We are excited to see how they progress throughout the season.
Freebrough Academy are now participating in The Red Box Project which is a community organisation which support disadvantaged girls in Redcar and Cleveland by tackling period poverty, with the aim of helping them stay in school throughout the month.