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World Book Day 2019 - Thursday 7th March

The English Department are excited to announce the details of World Book Day 2019! This will take place on Thursday 7th March. There will be a range of activities on offer throughout the day including quizzes, competitions, reading groups and book breakfasts. All students will also receive a book token.

As is tradition, we invite students (and teachers) to come to school in costume as a book character. There will be year group prizes for the best costumes and overall amazing effort. Students are encouraged to be creative, inspiring and as home-made as possible. Please note that this is not a non-uniform day and so if students do not want to get dressed up, they should wear full school uniform as normal.

World Book Day is a fantastic opportunity for the school to get students thinking and talking about books. If you have any questions or need any recommendations about getting your child reading - or looking for a reading challenge – please don’t hesitate to contact their English teacher.

Student from STFS a finalist in computational thinking challenge at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Oxford


Click Here for the Press Release: Student from Sir Thomas Fremantle School was a finalist in computational thinking challenge at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Oxford

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Letter from the Headmaster - February Half Term 2019

Click below to download the latest letter from our Headmaster

 

Letter from the Headmaster - February Half Term 2019

Vacancies

We currently have a number of vacancies, including:

- Part time Science Teacher - Required for September 2019
- School Cleaner - immediate start - 3.5 hours per day (afternoons) - term time only
- School Staff Instructors (SSI) - Required for January 2019 - up to a maximum of 51 days per year
- Facilities Assistant – Evenings, weekends and school holidays

 


All posts would be suitable for NQTs and will be paid at MPS dependent on experience.   Posts may be suitable for colleagues seeking part-time or full time positions.
Please see our RECRUITMENT PAGE for more information.

How do I apply for a place?

All Year 7 applications are being co-ordinated through the Buckinghamshire Schools Admissions team. You will find Sir Thomas Fremantle School on the application form. Please see our Admissions Policy for full details of how we will allocate places in the likely event that we are over-subscribed.
 
In-year admissions are co-ordinated directly through the school. We currently operate a waiting list in all year groups.
 
If you have any queries on applying for a place, please email our Office Manager at louise.wetherall@sirthomasfremantle.org

More information HERE.

Welcome to Sir Thomas Fremantle Secondary School

STFS is the newest secondary school in north Buckinghamshire. Opening in 2013 it is heavily oversubscribed and, when full, will be home to around 600 students including our 6th form. Our GCSE results for both 2017 and 2018 firmly establish STFS as one of the highest performing non-selective schools across Buckinghamshire & Milton Keynes. Our results in English, Maths, Sciences and Computing are particularly strong but we are confident in the quality of all of our teaching staff across all subjects. 

Our enviable new facilites, which opened in June 2017, will give our students even greater opportunities in the years ahead. 

Sir Thomas Fremantle adds to the secondary school choice for the children and parents of North Buckinghamshire. We are a small, inclusive local fully comprehensive school where the aim is to release the potential of each individual child through a curriculum which, in tandem with very high expectations for commitment to academic study, builds confidence and self-esteem through diverse opportunities to participate in drama, music, sport and art. A strong sense of community and parental engagement to support their child’s education are key contributors to each student’s success. There is a real focus on the development of the whole-child and our extended school day, with all the additional opportunity this brings, is central to this aim.

Ofsted rated the school as 'Good' overall with 'Outstanding' for behaviour and safety in May 2015.