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  • European Day of Languages

    Congratulations to Year 7 students

    Congratulations to Year 7 students who have taken part in a 'European Day of Languages' poster homework competition. There were so many amazing entries and we were so impressed by the hard work and effort students put into their posters. After much deliberation the Languages Department have now chosen the winners:

    • 1st Place - Eadie Fell 7DG
    • 2nd Place - Aimee Fallows 7EW
    • 3rd Place - Livvy Holden 7LR

    Students will receive a prize and certificate – well done!

    Posted 03/11/2020 by Whole School

  • Year 11 Results! 

    Message from the Head of School Mr J Aldred

    It has truly been great to see the Year 11s back in today after nearly six months since we last saw them.

    It gave me great delight to see so many happy faces having received their exam results. Despite all the changes publicised in the media and uncertainty since March, the Year 11 cohort of students have been an absolute credit to themselves and the grades they received today truly reflect the hard work and determination they have given to their studies both in school but also online via lockdown.

    BTEC results were not in today due to a recall nationally from The Pearson Exam board. ...

    Posted 20/08/2020 by Whole School - Read more

  • 'Amazing Year 13 Students'

    Message from the Head of School Mr J Aldred

    The Year 13 students today received the results of their A Level and Vocational Qualifications. After what has been an unusual year for this cohort, I am exceptionally proud of the work they have put into their studies and resilience shown particularly over the last 6 months, all of which came to fruition today.

    Amongst all of the achievements, we have students moving onto higher education including Oxford, Lincoln University, Sheffield Hallam and Nottingham Trent, studying a range of courses including Nursing, Business Management, Engineering and Art to name a few. We also have students...

    Posted 13/08/2020 by Whole School - Read more

  • Congratulations

    Sporting Achievement

    On Tuesday 25th February fourteen Year 8 students represented the school in a sportshall athletics event at Manor Academy. All students performed extremely well and proudly wore The Garibaldi School logo competing with confidence, support of their team members and showing good sportsmanship at all times. PE Teacher Miss Gibbs commented "I was very proud of the character of all students I took to this event; well done to all for their achievements."

    The girls' team achieved 4th place and the boys' team received a gold medal for their 1st place position.

    The boys have now qualified to r...

    Posted 27/02/2020 by Whole School - Read more

  • Sport Relief 2020

    week commencing 9th March 2020

    Sixth Form Cambridge National students will be running various activities during the week commencing 9th March 2020 to support Sport Relief 2020.

    The students will be holding a Bake Sale, at break time in the Hub, on Tuesday and Wednesday 10th and 11th March. Plus there will be a non-uniform day on Friday 13th March 2020. All money raised will support Sport Relief 2020.

    Further information to follow from the students.

    Thank you for your support!

    Posted 21/02/2020 by Whole School

  • Widening Participation Week and Evening 2020

    Raising the aspirations of all students

    During the week commencing 20th January, students from Years 7-10 took part in the school’s annual Widening Participation Week. Students had access to over 60 sessions. Students across all years took part in a range of different activities designed to inform and inspire students about their prospects and futures after their time with us at Garibaldi. This is a unique opportunity that Garibaldi offers students and, as of yet, we are not aware of any other Nottingham school that offers the same breadth and range of provision in this area.

    Years 9 and 10 were provided with a menu of possibl...

    Posted 11/02/2020 by Whole School - Read more

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