Latest Edition of Freebrough Flyer

Our Spring 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 last term in Freebrough Academy 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 spring term.

Freebrough students go on tour with RJC Dance!

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Leeds based RJC Dance is getting ready to go back on the road this February for the first time in over ten years with their new show Still Blazin’. The tour will kick off at Thirsk Town Hall with a showcase performance event before it goes on to Redcar and East Cleveland as part of Rural Arts’ CREATE Tour!  RJC Dance will work with students from Freebrough Academy to create a curtain raiser, which will then tour with RJC Dance as they present their show to community venues in Redcar and Loftus.

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Parent drop-in

Would you like to know more about Time 4 You School Psychological Service? Do you have any questions or concerns about the issues that face young people today? Is there anything that you would particularly like support with regarding emotional well-being? Are you unsure whether you should be concerned about a change in behaviour? Or do you keep your worries to yourself? Come along it’s a friendly informal setting, we can support any concerns you have both in and outside of school. 

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Attendance Matters!

Did you know that the attendance target set within our Academy is 96% for a reason?

If a student has attendance above 96% they are 80% more likely to achieve at least five good GCSEs compared to a student who has attendance below 96%. Students whose attendance drops below 90% have only a 20% chance of achieving five good GCSEs. 

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Three Murals in Four Days

The piece de resistance this term in the art department was what we are calling ‘Three Murals in Four Days’. It began with an idea to brighten up an area of the Academy on the ground floor. Design boards were created with ideas for three different walls, on seeing the designs, Mrs Prentice, was very excited and eager for the work to start.

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