Well done to the committed Year 8 Rounders club who gave up their time in period 5 to take part in a Year 8 game on the field on Tuesday 1st July. It was organised to celebrate their efforts and enthusiasm in Rounders and was a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon. Thank you to all of those that took part, I look forward to the start of the netball season and seeing you all back at clubs in September!
AS & A2 Results day Thursday 14th August – Results can be collected from the main school hall between 9am and 12.30pm
GCSE Results day Thursday 21st August – Results can be collected from the main school hall between 9am and 12.30pm.
If you are unable to collect your results in person then you have 2 options:
1. Give a stamped addressed envelope to the exams office G23 for your results to be posted to you.
2. Give a letter of authorisation to the exams office to allow someone else to collect results on your behalf – the person collecting will also need a letter from you stating you authorise them to collect results on your behalf, and they will need to bring with them a form of personal identification.
Thank you to all involved in the Summer Dance show (23.06.14). It was an enjoyable and inspirational evening to celebrate the success and achievements of our talented dancers at FBA. I wish you all a restful summer to prepare for a busy dance schedule next academic year!
Please join us on Thursday 3rd July 5-7pm to celebrate the art of the students of Frances Bardsley Academy.
"A World of Their Own" at the Brentwood Road Gallery is a celebration of the hard work that both the AS and A Level students have invested into their development as accomplished visual artists. This will be the final show for some before they attend Central St Martins, Goldsmiths or the Chelsea College of Art and Design and go on to what we all hope will be glittering careers.
From the textured, intimate oil paintings of Kirsty Simmons, which breech the boundaries of the figurative and the abstract to bring us disquietingly to a confrontation with age and illness; to the stunning charcoal self-portraiture of Hope Taylor that not only masters complicated techniques of classical chiaroscuro but simultaneously introduces a very contemporary conceit to express fear of decay; to the visually arresting photography of Hannah Parker, (to mention just a handful of names).
We hope that you, your friends and family, will join us to enjoy some of the best artwork coming out of Secondary Schools throughout the UK.
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