On Wednesday 15th June 2016, in collaboration with the North East Midlands Collaborative Outreach Network, Future First will be delivering an assembly and a follow up workshop to Year 9 students.
Please click here for further details.
Below is a link for a film created last week by Mrs Tipping's Year 10 English class in order to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death date.
"It is quite remarkable they achieved this in the short amount of time they had." Mrs Tipping
Tibshelf Community School have won a competition to become a Partner School with the National Holocaust Centre, Laxton. The Centre is at the forefront of Holocaust Education in the UK. The Centre is self-funded, and any donations would be gratefully received, to contribute to the continuation of its valuable work.
An Evening of remembrance is being held to showcase the work of our Year 9 pupils, paying tribute to the bravery of all those caught up in the atrocities. Come and Listen to a Holocaust survivor telling his story.
There is a public consultation from Derbyshire County Council to determine whether Tibshelf Town End Junior School should move to the old Tibshelf Secondary Site and merge with the Tibshelf Infant School to become a primary school. Please take take to read and respond to the consultation here
Our expected inspection visit from Ofsted took place at the beginning of this month, and I am pleased to report that we are all highly delighted at the outcome, and this confirms that we are now a securely Good school, that is improving rapidly. It is a tribute to the hard work that has been undertaken by so many different people over the last couple of years and reflects very well on the quality of education on offer at Tibshelf, as well as the excellence of our young people. To view the full report please visit our website. Mr M Pollard
The Ofsted report from the 2016 inspection at Tibshelf School is now available to view please click here
Derbyshire County Council have launched a questionnaire to provide the Scrutiny Committee with valuable information to develop recommendations of how services can develop to help deter Child Sexual Exploitation and support victims and their families.
We would be grateful if you would help by following this link
Please see more information on the DCC website here
"The Class of 2015 have done themselves and us proud. The excellent results they have achieved speaks volumes about their enthusiasm and motivation, as well as their abilities. They have had fantastic support all along the way from a committed and hard-working team of staff. Very well done to everyone.” Mr Pollard, Headteacher
*Please note these results are based on our students' best results and any perfomance figures published elsewhere may differ due to late changes to results yet to be added and due to discounting rules.