• 100% Attendance Day

    Help your year win, by coming in........

    Those that have been in assemblies this week will be aware that on Wednesday 11th December we are attempting break a NUSA Attendance record. The aim of the day is to get the overall attendance as close to 100% as possible. The year group that reaches is 100% will have the opportunity to have a film and food reward in the New Year.

    Posted 06/12/2019 by NUSA

  • w/c 2nd December 2019

    A busy week in The Garibaldi School Sixth Form

    It’s been a week that perfectly highlights the extremely different stages of a students' journey in post 16 education and the wide range of activities taking place in Sixth Form. Monday night was Sixth Form open evening and a chance for Year 11 – our future sixth formers – along with their parents to come and look at what the next exciting stage of education looks like for them. For Year 12 it was the start of looking at the UCAS application process and for Year 13 it was a week of preparation as they look towards completing their UCAS application process. Regardless of whether the students...

    Posted 06/12/2019 by The Garibaldi School - Read more

  • Congratulations

    Year 9 student excels!

    Year 9 student Elliott Thompson received fantastic news this week as he has passed his Grade 5 ABRSM Music theory exam with Distinction. This is an absolutely fantastic achievement especially for someone in the first term of year 9! Elliott received 91 out of 100 which is amazing.

    Students must pass their grade 5 theory exam in order to go on to complete their higher practical exam grades (6-8) which are very challenging and carry UCAS points as a result.

    Elliott, after passing his grade 5 theory with the highest grading, plans to do his grade 6 piano in the March sitting. Miss Biggs...

    Posted 05/12/2019 by The Garibaldi School - Read more

  • Changes In The Learning Support Department

    New SENCO to start in the New Year

    Following three very successful years as SENCO, Mrs J Kitchener is moving on. However, we are pleased to inform you that her successor, Mrs R Brentley, will be joining us at the start of the Spring term.

    Posted 04/12/2019 by Toot Hill School

  • Trainee Teacher Feature - Emily Ulicki

    My first term as a SCITT trainee with Nottingham Torch SCITT

    My first term as a SCITT trainee has been a rollercoaster of emotions. There have been lots of highs and some lows, however I wouldn’t change anything. Although it is hard work, I can now understand why teaching is the best job in the world. As a SCITT trainee, you are given so much support and guidance, therefore I could not have wanted to train with any other provider. All the fellow SCITT trainees are like a family, we are all here to support each other. I am really looking forward to my second term and am excited by the prospect of putting my new skills to good use in another school env...

    Posted 03/12/2019 by SCITT - Read more

  • Me@Meden

    Quote of the week

    “Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood.” – Helen Keller

    What do you think the quote means?

    What situations can you apply this to?

    Posted 02/12/2019 by Meden School