Our fantastic parent feedback

At Freebrough Academy we value parent feedback. Knowing what we do well and what we can improve on helps us to provide the best provision for our students. During academic tutoring day, this academic term, we asked you to fill out the Ofsted Parent View survey online to tell us your views. Below shows the results which are based on our feedback on the Ofsted Parent View website for the academic year 2015/2016 so far.

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Christmas Fayre – 12 December 2015

Location : Post 16@Freebrough (Enterprise @ Freebrough)

Date : 12 December 2015

Time :  10.00 am – 12.00 pm

We are holding a Christmas Fayre with the aim of raising money for Prom Committee and also Year 9 students who are aiming to raise money to put towards their overseas trip to help disadvantaged communities which will take part later in their academic life.

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Freebrough Academy Website Survey – Help us improve our website

We have created a website survey to try and gather the opinions and thoughts of parents and other users of our website. We want to make sure the website serves its purpose, is easy to use and showcases what the school is about.

We would really appreciate it if you could take the time to fill out this survey so that we can improve the service we provide to you. The link to the survey is….

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/TN39SX9

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Do you want to go to Belgium and Paris next summer?

Every year the Business and Languages faculty runs an international trip in the summer term. This year we have joined forces with the Humanities faculty to run a trip of a lifetime. We will be travelling to Paris and Belgium where we will not only take in the Parisian sights and culture but will be a part of the WW1 memorials, commemorating 100 years since WW1. The trip takes place between the 14 – 18 July 2016, travelling by coach and Eurotunnel.

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Planning a music festival is a serious business

It might seem like fun and you might have just thought you could choose your favourite bands and artists but as our Year 9 students found out this week, that is not the case. Working with the organisers of the Deer Shed Festival and our sponsors Teesside University Year 9 students were set the challenge of designing their own festival to a budget of £1 million. This might seem like a lot of money, but when you start to pay for famous bands and musicians like Dolly Parton, Justin Bieber, One Direction and Fall Out Boy, plus all of the facilities, security and advertising it does not go very far.

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A successful first week of Cooking Club

The first week of Cooking Club was a huge success with students baking cheese scones. Students especially enjoyed being able to eat their finished products knowing that they had baked them. If you would like to try the recipe yourself please click on the following link for a copy of the recipe: Recipe of the Week – Cheese scones.

Next week – Gingerbread men

There are still places available so if you would like to sign up please see Mrs Parker. Cooking club takes place every Wednesday P6.

 

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