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Here at The Fallibroome Academy we are pleased to offer a large number of trips and residentials. The most regular annual trips are detailed below in the Overview and for latest update please check the Residential Trips Status Report on the right of this page.
Here is latest advice from ABTA: https://www.abta.com/tips-and-advice/brexit-advice-for-travellers
While the political situation remains uncertain, ABTA has identified actions travellers may wish to take in advance to
help avoid unnecessary future disruption.
Please take the time to also read the advice from the government regarding passports so that you and your group can prepare
if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.
Passport Rules for
travel to Europe after Brexit >
One thing you can do now to assist your group with their travel is to share the government’s passport checking tool with
the parents of the students travelling in your group. Don’t forget to check your passport too!
Check a passport tool >
I hope that these documents and tools will help answer some of your Brexit questions, I will continue to send on any other
information we receive on this subject.
We are introducing with immediate effect a new Code of Conduct which applies to all current and future offsite trips. The Code of Conduct in effect draws together the expectations that have always been applied to trips. When paying for and giving permission to take part in a trip you are also agreeing that your son/daughter will abide with this Code of Conduct. Please click on the link below to view our Code of Conduct for Educational Trips and Visits.
Music Tech Club 12:50-1.30 in St2
Year 7 Dance Club 12.30-1.00 in St5
Girls Netball 12.30-1.00 courts
Boys Indoor Hockey 1.00-1.30 Gym
Code Club (A & B), E2 Mr Howarth / Mr Siriwardena
Studio 4 3:45 – 4:45pm
Girls Netball 3.30-4.45
Boys Football 3.30-4.45
Junior Strings (Beginner+) 12:40 in St3
Book group 12.40- 1.20 Library – after Oct half term
International Film Club A11 12.40
Break Dance / Street Dance St4
Shaun Goater Football Coaching (see PE)
3.40- 4.40 Astro
“Synergy” Boys Dance Company
12.30 – 1.00pm St4
Songbirds (Girls) 12:50-1:30 in St3
Gymnastics 12.30-1.30 Training Hall
Dodgeball 1.00-1.30 Gym
Open Astro (bring trainers) 12.30-1.30
Sports+ 12.-1.00 Training Hall/Gym
12:50-1.30 in St3
Science Club C7 (1-1.25)
Girls Hockey 12.30-1.00 astro
Cheerleading 1.00-1.30 Training Hall
Volleyball 1.00-1.30 Gym
Maths Study Club, 3.30pm – 4.30pm in A5
Girls Football 3.30-4.45
Boys Rugby 3.30-4.45
Creative Writing Club – 12.40-1.25 – C14 – Mrs Robert
Brassed Off (All Brass) 12.50-1.30 in PH
Man Choir (Boys) 12.50-1.30 in St3
Community Sport 12.30-1.00
Year 9-13 Girls Hockey (A) NKO
Year 7-8 Netball (A) MSY/BDL
All Years Basketball (A) FIE
Year 7-9 Boys Indoor Hockey HRD (B)
Year 9 Football (A/B) DAL
Year 7-8 Netball (MSY/BDL)
Year 9 – 13 Rugby (DAL/ATH)
Year 7 Boys Football (MSH/HRD)
Orienteering ALL YEARS (MSH/KYD)
KS3 Dodgeball (B) MSH
Sports + (A) DAL/HMD Training Hall
Year 8 Boys Football (MSH)
All Years Netball League (MSY/BDL)
Year 7 – 9 Boys Hockey (HRD)
Year 7-9 Girls Cheerleading (B) MSY
All Years Volleyball (B) BDL
Years 10-11 Badminton (A) HRD
Year 7-8 Football (A/B) ATH/MSH
Year 9-13 Netball (MSY/BDL)
Year 7 – 8 Boys Rugby (ATH/HRD/MSH)
Community Sport (A) ATH/MSH
All Years Badminton (RAY)
Orienteering fixtures: Between 8 to 8.30am finishing at around 1.30pm.
For information about the Year 7 Residential Trip, please view the Information Presentation that is available from this website using the button below. It contains the main information needed by Parent. Feel free to contact us if you need further information that is not contained in the presentation.
View the Information Presentation
Suggested Kit List 2019
You can download and view the Lunchtime Clubs details by clicking this button and viewing the list of files.
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Fallibroome actively promotes the idea of a ‘Whole Education’, where alongside academic success students are encouraged to develop a whole range of skills and interests. As such the school offers a wide range of extra-curricular activities ranging from lunchtime clubs to theatre trips and sports fixtures to Duke of Edinburgh Award expeditions.
The application form for the Duke of Edinburgh Awards will appear on this page when applications open for the new year. Please check back soon for more information.