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  • Christmas Cake Sale

    Year 8 students raising funds

    Year 8 students will be holding a Christmas cake sale, during break and lunchtime, on Tuesday 18th December to raise money for additional hockey equipment.

    Posted 11/12/2018 by Whole School

  • ‘Creative Arts Showcase at Christmas’

    Tuesday 18th December at 7pm in the main hall. Doors open at 6:45pm

    ‘Creative Arts Showcase at Christmas’

    Featuring assessment pieces and performances from KS4 and KS5 Music and Performing Arts students.

    Tuesday 18th December at 7pm in the main hall. Doors open at 6:45pm

    Tickets priced at £3.50 adults and £2.50 students and concessions (all tickets include a drink and Christmas snack)

    Tickets go on sale from Tuesday 4th December at break time from Mrs Evans in the Exams Office. No reserving of tickets. Due to this year’s layout, and to avoid disappointment, tickets need to be purchased in advance rather than on the night.

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    Posted 04/12/2018 by Whole School - Read more

  • Year 8 student Rowan Moss receives Gold Medals

    Rowan retains the title as British Champion for Synchronised Skating

    Year 8 student Rowan Moss skates with the Nottingham Synchronised Skating Academy and is a dedicated member of the Elementary team, 'Icepops'

    Congratulations to Rowan who has recently returned from Belgium with two Gold Medals - it has been a really successful competition for Rowan and the club.

    Here’s hoping Rowan can repeat the success in Holland in a few weeks time!

    Good luck to her and the team!

    Posted 26/11/2018 by Whole School

  • Children In Need

    Non-Uniform Day

    Thank you to students, parents/carers and staff for supporting the school in raising funds, through a non-uniform day, for Children in Need. We have raised the fantastic amount of £681.26.

    Posted 16/11/2018 by Whole School

  • Non-Uniform Day

    Thank you for your continued support

    The school held a non-uniform day on Thursday 25th October 2018 to support Rethink Mental Illness Charity and raised the fantastic amount of £682.73; thank you all for your support for this charity.

    Posted 25/10/2018 by Whole School

  • Geography Field Trip

    A great and constructive day was had by all at the coast ...

    On Wednesday 24th October Mr Brennan, Mr Voice and Miss Scott led a merry band of 70 Year 11 Geographers to the Holderness Coast to investigate how human actions had affected physical processes. This is a vital part of the GCSE in Geography and involved the students working independently to collect primary data needed to complete their study. Mr Brennan said ‘The students worked really hard and were a real credit to The Garibaldi School. I was really impressed by how focussed they were and how they worked as a team’

    The weather thankfully stayed fine with blue skies and sunshine and a gr...

    Posted 25/10/2018 by Whole School - Read more

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