Through our personalised curriculum, extra-curricular activities and experiences outside of the classroom, our pupils develop into ambitious, driven, adaptable, confident and self-disciplined young adults who are prepared for the constantly changing modern world.
Students to name guide dogA visit from a guide dog has inspired young people to fundraise to support a puppy in training. Students at Sir Frederick Gibberd College are fundraising to enable them to name a puppy Freddie, after their school. The mission was launched after a visit from Guide Dogs for The Blind and eight-month...
Small changes make great things happenYoung people are learning how small changes in behaviour can have a big impact on those around them. Sir Frederick Gibberd College has signed up to the Small Great Things project and committed to altering their habits for the good of others. Headteacher Dee Conlon said: “We believe in equal ...
Assemblies celebrate students' qualitiesGood behaviour, attendance and integrity are among the qualities being celebrated at our new secondary school. Celebration assemblies will be held every half-term at Sir Frederick Gibberd College to give positive reinforcement. The first assembly saw a total of 163 awards handed out in six di...
Sir Frederick Gibberd College RetweetedBMAT @bmatsfg - Feb 19Children have been taught how to recognise when they are struggling with poor mental health. Time to Talk Day was an opportunity for Sir Frederick Gibberd College to tackle the subject with its students. https://t.co/urQd3jy5xm https://t.co/YAOHlaT3rJ
Sir Frederick Gibberd College RetweetedBMAT @bmatsfg - Feb 16It is time for @CocaCola to stop blaming consumers and take action to #EndPlasticPollution. We are sick and tired of companies polluting our planet with single-use plastic. 📽️: @Matrixxmedia | @brkfreeplastic | @Greenpeace https://t.co/ZQAQtCT3w0