Year 11 students returned as a year group to celebrate the end of their time at Freebrough Academy at their Prom on Friday 7 July 2017. Arriving in style to Gisborough Hall, dressed in their beautiful ball gowns and smart suits, it was a wonderful occasion, not only for the students but also for their proud families.
We know that as a parent, especially if your child is transitioning from primary to secondary, bullying is something which you may be concerned about. Although at Freebrough Academy bullying is not a major issue, we recognise that it happens, we deal with it swiftly and we want to take every step to reduce its occurrence.
“On Monday 3 July 2017, I spent the afternoon in Parliament as a Gold Ambassador for their Education Service.
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Snapchat have introduced an update that gives your exact location to all your ‘friends’. The new feature uses location trackers on phones to show where you are, giving your area, town, street and even the house that you are in. This could put you or your children at risk of stalking and bullying, so please make sure settings on your phones are changed to ‘ghost mode’.
This calendar is a great way for students to do a little bit of maths everyday.
The message from the maths faculty at Y11 Raising Achievement Evening was clear: to revise maths, you must ‘do maths’!
As the end of the academic year nears closer, we have bid farewell to our Year 11 students. We want to wish them luck in whatever they decide to do in the future.
Representing the Academy, Kurtis and Lacey attended the half termly meeting of the East Cleveland Children’s Council on Tuesday 20 June 2017. Kurtis and Lacey gave a presentation to students from across the area on what we have done over the last term to improve our school environment.