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GCSE Prize Presentation 2018

We recently welcomed back Ex-Year 11 students and their families to share in an evening of celebration at our Prize Presentation event.
Special Guests on the night were David Pearson from Woodhead Group Ltd, who has strong links with local schools around Careers and Employability and also Ben Slater, a young batsman with Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club, who took part in an enjoyable question and answer session.
The school would like to thank all the organisations and individuals who gave so generously sponsoring awards, and for their support in rewarding excellence. Particular mention must go to Alfreton Rotary Club, Mr & Mrs Justin Gilbody, Staffa Health Centre and Matthew Wright.
The results achieved by The Class of 2018 are a tribute to the hard work our pupils, the support of family and friends and the commitment of the whole staff team here at Tibshelf Community School.
Congratulations to everyone and all the very best for the future.

Tibshelf School actively promotes the importance of British values. We promote and discuss the following during the school day:

Democracy (contribute to the decision making process),

The rule of law (protect and keep us safe),

Individual liberty (freedom to act within the law),

Mutual respect (respect other points of view),

Tolerance (of those of different faiths and beliefs).

The English Faculty prides itself on providing students with a breadth of Literature and Media texts, as well as a range of creative experiences. This is both in a written and dramatic capacity throughout each of the key stages, and ensures that our students have the skills to succeed, both in their academic career, and in the wider context of life. Through reading, writing and talk we aim to develop their skills and enable them, not only to enjoy success in examinations, but also to be prepared for their future in the wider world.