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. Parent View is an online questionnaire for you to give your view about Freebrough Academy at any time of the year, which we would be very grateful if parents/carers could complete.
On Thursday 22 October the Year 11 GCSE Drama students visited Newcastle for a sophisticated dinner and a trip to the theatre. The Shawshank Redemption was the play of choice and students were bowled over by the performance. The whole evening was fantastic and well worth the travel up to Geordie land not that Mrs Parker is biased or anything. A lovely way to end the half term; great food, fantastic entertainment and wonderful students. Who could ask for anything more?
Every Wednesday 2.45pm – 3.45pm – Room 214
Learn to prepare and cook healthy meals which you can recreate at home and have fun!Limited Places! To join or for more information please see Mrs Parker or Alex in Post 16.
Starting Wednesday 25 November.
Northern Gas Networks, the gas distributor for the North of England, has unveiled a mural on a bridge in Skinningrove today to mark two years since severe weather washed the original bridge away, severing the gas supply to the entire town.
Children from Freebrough Academy in Brotton joined NGN’s community artist, Mick Hand, to reveal a 15 metre mural that they helped to create during art classes at the school.
GCSE 2015 Key Statistics
- 51.4% of students achieved 5+ A* – C grades
- 45.8% of students achieved 5+ A* – C including English and Maths
- 75.7% of students achieved 3 levels or more progress for English
- 50.7% of students achieved 3 levels or more progress for Maths
- 7.6% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate
sQuid is a new way for you to top up your child’s cashless catering account online and pay for those everyday items such as a lunchtime sandwich, drink or a healthy snack in the school cafeteria.
Please register your details with sQuid and create an account so that you can manage your sQuid account and top up online.
On Thursday 22 October 2015 Thomas Howard and Sophie Gettings attended a Student Council Development Day alongside Mrs Douglas. During the day they took part in three workshops with students from across Redcar and Cleveland. In the workshops they decided how we would spend the budget if we were Prime Minister for a day, the students looked at different styles of leadership and how they can encourage more participation in the Student Council.
On Thursday 08 October hundreds of guests made up of parents, children, young people, teachers and business partners joined Headteachers and our local MP, Tom Blenkinsop, to officially launch the Trust. The Trust is made up of eighteen Primary and Secondary Schools in East Cleveland committed to working together to improve the life chances of all children and young people in East Cleveland. » Read more