A number of Post 16 and Year 11 students completed their expedition over the period of two days, July 7 & 8, for their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award. The students had to plan a route to the campsite which involved walking across the moors and navigating using a map and compass.
People usually question others on why they read books, saying that they are ‘boring’ or a ‘waste of time’ but, personally, I love the fact that you can immerse yourself into a fantasy like world where anything can happen – for better or for worse.
Thinkuknow have launched a brand new three-month public awareness campaign to get parents and carers thinking and talking about the importance of discussing sex, relationships and the internet with their children.
Students in tutor MSFD wrote to David Cameron a few weeks ago about the 3000 unaccompanied children who were not allowed into the country. When they found out about the children, they felt strongly about the issue, so wrote to try and convince him to allow them into the country. The students received the following reply from 10 Downing Street, showing that they will now be allowed in.
On Wednesday 29 June 2016, Freebrough Academy took part in the Redcar and Cleveland Secondary Olympics. This consisted of a wide-range of breath taking events: shot put, rounders, cycling and more…