• Year 7 Central Venue League

    Preparation for Italy has begun

    Year 7 recently played in the Central Venue League against Ellis Guilford and Trinity. We didn't get the results that we wanted, however the students performed exceptionally well and are building chemistry as a team.

    Preparations for Italy 2019 are well under way.

    Posted 20/03/2019 by Nottingham Free School

  • Carnegie Awards

    Carnegie Awards Shortlist Announced!

    We are looking forward to getting started on reading this year's Carnegie shortlisted books. All eight look excellent and will be in the library any day now!

    1. The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo (Electric Monkey)

    2. Rebound by Kwame Alexander, illustrated by Dawud Anyabwile (Andersen Press)

    3. The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson, illustrated by Elisa Paganelli(Usborne Books)

    4. Bone Talk by Candy Gourlay (David Fickling Books

    5. A Skinful of Shadows by Frances Hardinge (Macmillan Children's Books)

    6. Things A Bright Girl Can Do by Sally Nicholls (Ande...

    Posted 19/03/2019 by Nottingham Free School - Read more

  • Word of the week


    1. This weeks WOTW is Quintessential

    Posted 18/03/2019 by The Suthers School

  • Me@Meden

    Quote of the week

    You do your job, you keep your job. Do it well, you will get a better job.

    Posted 18/03/2019 by Meden School


    A great offer for our fabulous Year 6 students!

    You are invited to attend Easter School 8th -15th April 2018. Sessions will run from 9am-12pm each day (not including the weekend).

    Why should I attend Easter School?

    1. Its free!

    2. You don’t have to wear your uniform! (we won’t)

    3. We won’t be doing the usual ‘sitting down’ work, you will be using your y6 skills to solve murders, play games with one another and generally have a good time.

    4. You won’t have that ‘OMG, I’m back at school and I’ve forgotten everything’ feeling when you return after having just over 2 weeks off from school.

    5. There will be snacks.

    6. We ...

    Posted 18/03/2019 by Victoria Primary School - Read more

  • World Book Day

    Students in Years 7 to 9 celebrated World Book Day’s 22nd year as a worldwide event

    Students in years 7, 8 and 9 were given the opportunity to share their favourite parts of their favourite books in their English lessons, take part in a Staff Autobiography competition during mentor time (which will run until Friday 15th March), watch and listen to some words of wisdom from this year’s authors of World Book Day’s £1 books, and discuss their reading habits with staff and their peers. Students have been provided with a World Book Token to use, and further information on this is provided on the World Book Day website: https://www.worldbookday.com/

    Overall, students really m...

    Posted 15/03/2019 by The Garibaldi School - Read more