Through our bespoke curriculum, extra-curricular activities and experiences outside of the classroom, our pupils develop into knowledgeable, articulate and confident young adults who will leave us with the skills, qualifications and habits to be successful in life.
Students celebrate pandemic heroes in stamp desi...A celebration of pandemic heroes could see the artwork of a young person from Harlow distributed around the world. Year 7 and Year 8 students at Sir Frederick Gibberd College are waiting to hear if their stamp designs have been successful in a national competition. The Royal Mail’s Heroes St...
Daily walks lead to 100km challengeDaily walks in lockdown have inspired three teachers to take on a physical challenge to promote positive mental health to their children. The colleagues from Sir Frederick Gibberd College began enjoying walks after work during the pandemic to clear their heads and get fresh air. Katy Tyler, pastor...
Taking care of physical, mental social wellbeingChildren have been using virtual PE lessons to take care of their physical, mental and social wellbeing. During lockdown, students from Sir Frederick Gibberd College continued to work on their fitness, despite not being in school to take part in physical lessons. A mix of PE theory and practical a...
Sir Frederick Gibberd College RetweetedBMAT @bmatsfg - Oct 23Home made cards are the best cards! Our tiny humans are the most thoughtful and kind of all the tiny humans 💙💛 I feel so genuinely honoured to have spent over 2 years watching them grow and sharing our days together. @bmatsfg https://t.co/WA9RrcPasT
Sir Frederick Gibberd College RetweetedBMAT @bmatsfg - Oct 21In Photography, Year 9 have been learning about exposure (aperture, ISO and shutter speed). They produced photos that were underexposed, overexposed and just right to demonstrate that they can alter these settings on manual mode 📷🙌! @bmatsfg #TeamSFG #DreamSFG https://t.co/f0q0JDhpUX