Today schools across the country are taking part in BBC News School Report, giving 11-16 year-old students the chance to make their own news reports for a real audience. At Freebrough Academy, students from Year 7 & 8 are currently writing news articles and recording news reports.
Our March issue of the Freebrough Flyer, a 12 page supplement in the Coastal View & Moors News is now available to view online. To view, please click the thumbnail of the front page of the flyer to open a PDF version. The flyer includes lots of great news stories about what has been happening during the first term of the academic year in Freebrough Academy, Post 16 @ Freebrough and our feeder primary schools. Also included are our Superstar Students for each faculty and we hope that parents/carers will congratulate their child on the recognition of their hard work and effort.
Thank you to all the staff members and primaries who contributed, the next edition of the Freebrough Flyer will be available to read during the summer term.
On Thursday night, 15 students attended Drama Youth Theatre to find out what their new production would be and they were all delighted when they found out they would be producing their own version of “Mrs Doubtfire”. Casting and auditions will begin next week and rehearsals will soon follow.
This calendar is a great way for students to do a little bit of maths everyday.
The message from the maths faculty at Y11 Raising Achievement Evening was clear: to revise maths, you must ‘do maths’!
The MP and the Deputy MP will hold office for two years, representing all young people throughout the Borough. They will have many exciting experiences along the way, including a debate in the House of Commons.