Welcome to Fallibroome Sports.
Fallibroome Academy prides itself on its strong sporting teams and achievements.
We aim to bring you sports stories from the school and details of results.
The Fallibroome Academy Navigate Their Way to Continued Orienteering Success.
The Fallibroome Academy have once again dominated the Cheshire and Merseyside Orienteering League winning the league... Read more
New Age Kurling
Fallibroome recently hosted a New Age Kurling competition for local Cheshire schools resulting in them... Read more
Boccia County Finals
Congratulations to our successful Boccia team, who having won the local match day went on to... Read more
Hard Work + Resilience = Success!
This piece was written by ex-student Matthew Fellbaum who started Orienteering whilst at school and... Read more
Cheshire Demolition Saves Sports Day+
Over 50 students had the opportunity to take part in Wheelchair Tag Rugby which was... Read more
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What is the Fallibroome Sports Association?
The Fallibroome Sports Association (FSA) is a supporting body to the extracurricular sporting provision provided by The Fallibroome Academy.
Join the Fallibroome Sports Association mailing list
Join the FSA mailing list today to keep up to date with the news from the Association. Being a member of the FSA mailing list you will receive:
- Notifications of all FSA events
- Advanced ticketing news to all events
- A copy of the ‘Falli PE News’ termly newsletter
- An invitation to the FSA meetings
- Minutes of the FSA meetings
Click on the button below to sign up.
The objectives of the association are:
- to raise funds for the provision of school sport.
- to promote sport with students at school and within the community.
- to encourage closer links between home and school.
- to foster the spirit of loyalty.
- to strengthen the ties between the community.
- to support the objectives of the department in encouraging participation in sport amongst students.
- to encourage a closer understanding and friendship between parents of students attending the school.
- to provide a useful social function, fundraising events provide an opportunity for parents, staff and pupils to get together.