Plans for September – 30th June 2020

I am writing with a brief update on where we currently stand with school re-opening plans for the new school year.

The Government have announced that all schools will be open “with full attendance” from September. As of yet, we have no accompanying information or guidance to share with you as to how this will be implemented. The government should publish guidance this week. We will be ready for that guidance and will work to it. In the meantime, I wanted to give you some interim indication of our thinking.

The clearest message to all parents and children is to assume that the new school term will start as usual in September and to make your usual ‘back to school’ preparations including uniform and equipment.

Over the next few days, year teams will be getting in touch to discuss how things are and to give you the chance to ask any questions you may have about what the return will look like in the autumn.

Read More

Parent Portal

THE RIGHT STEPS TO YOUR SUCCESS

Our Vision, Mission & Values

At Frederick Gent, we pride ourselves on the excellent pastoral care provided and the positive relationships that we foster across the schools – between staff and pupils, staff and parents and between the pupils themselves. The size of the school and the sense of community within it ensures that at Frederick Gent School every child is known, valued and matters. We have very high expectations for what our young people can achieve, not just academically but also through the personal growth and social development that we foster in the students at our school.

These values are encapsulated in our mission that, as a school, we will ensure that in everything we do we provide Quality, Care and Success.

This prospectus will give you a sense of how we deliver on these aims. We are a school with a broad

and varied curriculum which allows pupils to widen their horizons and experience success in a variety of different subjects. We are also a school that provides an extensive range of extra-curricular activities

to ensure pupils enjoy their time with us and are exposed to new and exciting opportunities which allows them to grow personally and socially.

We are determined that pupils will leave the school as confident and ambitious young people who are well prepared to embark on a happy and successful life beyond the school gates.

Read More

Key Upcoming Dates July 2020

More Key Dates
Please find key upcoming events to be aware of:

Aug 20

GCSE Results Day

More Key Dates

Latest News, Events & Letters

All news
Here you will find all our latest school news and events within school.

GCSE examination awards information – August 2020

As you may be aware, the school has been working together with exam boards to ensure that Year 11 students receive... View Post

Plans for September

I am writing with a brief update on where we currently stand with school re-opening plans for the new school year. ... View Post

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information – 28 May 2020

Update on wider school opening Latest update from our Headteacher Dear Parents and Carers, Following the Prime Minister’s address on Sunday... View Post

Curriculum

All subjects
To find out more about the broad and balanced curriculum offered at Frederick Gent School please click on the links below.

English

Science

Modern Foreign Languages

Humanities

Physical Education

Design Technology

Photography

Construction

Computer Science & I-Media

Maths

English

Science

All Subjects

Admissions

Making the right choice of secondary school for your child is a big decision, I thank you for your interest in Frederick Gent. I trust that you will find this website interesting and informative.
Admissions

What Students & Parents are saying

“I’m so glad my daughter has changed school to come to Frederick Gent. She is happier than ever and the school looks great” Parent

‘There’s always a teacher to talk to when I need advice without being judged.’ Student

FGS staff are always encouraging, supportive, helpful and willing to go beyond to help us achieve our grades” Student

“When you are not sure the teachers always have ways to help you out” Student