Another two successful educational visits to France and a new partnership with le collège Guilleminot, Dunkirk
Eighty-four Year 7 students participated in this year’s Educational visits to France. Forty students left school on the afternoon of Wednesday 17 June, travelling to Dunkirk where they spent the night in l’auberge de jeunesse L’Escale.
Following a typical French breakfast, they headed to le collège Guilleminot, a local secondary school, to meet Madame Dewalle and her students. After a number of presentations from the French students about their school, students from Freddies had the opportunity to attend lessons with their new French friends.
Freddie’s Tennis Tour to Westminster
Our Year 10 tennis squad had a ‘ball’ at the Premier League/LTA Championships at the Houses of Parliament on 17 June 2015.
Representing Wigan Athletic Football Club, the team successfully beat off tough competition from Newcastle United, Chelsea and Aston Villa. This was followed by some friendly banter with a whole host of familiar faces from the world of sport and politics.
Our players did us really proud and weren’t the least bit phased at playing against the likes of Judy Murray, Graeme Le Saux and Minister for Sport Tracey Crouch.
Year 7 Boys are unbeaten League Champions!
After the disappointment of conceding a goal with the last kick of the game against Shevington High School in the Wigan Schools cup final, the Year 7 football team had a chance to seek revenge in the league final.
Class of 2015
Our current Year 11’s went out with a ‘Bang’ at their leavers’ assembly on Thursday 11 June.
It was an excellent day and the students came in ‘Best Dressed’ outfits and looked fabulous. Mrs Killey, the Head of Year thought the boys just about out did the girls! She did then apologise and added that she still loves the girls.