Today more than 1,000 schools 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, 16 students from Year 8 & 9 are acting as news reporters for the day, 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 in June 2016.
Keren and Morgan, Post 16 students have been given the fantastic opportunity to be a part of the Tall Ships Adventures in partnership with KTS Academy during the May half term holiday. The students will set off from Portsmouth and sail over to France on the Stavros S Niarchos, learning all about the skills needed to sail an 18th century ship. Watch this space for updates on the journey!
Monday 29 February 2016
Students in Y7-Y9 will be taking part in Learner Effectiveness Enhancement Programme (LEEP) training to support them in developing essential attributes including resilience and grit that will lead to them becoming more effective learners both in school and out of school.
Monday 29 February 2016
Students in Y10- Y11 will take part in a study day in preparation for their GCSE examinations. All students will have the opportunity to focus their learning on key subject areas including English and Maths.
With the changes to the exam structure for 2016, the Sport and Health faculty have embraced the need for theory in PE. Staff are asking students to complete a home learning task each half term and one of the most recent is the skeleton challenge, where students were asked to create a representation of the human skeleton and label the different bones.