Gillbrook Academy

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Gillbrook College)
Jump to: navigation, search
Gillbrook Academy
Gillbrook Academy Logo.jpg
Motto To make our best better
Established 1955
Type Academy
Religion Non-denominational
Executive Principal Mrs Sue Hare
Chair of the Joint Governing Board Mrs Sue Jeffrey
Location Normanby Road
Teesville]
Middlesbrough

North Yorkshire
TS6 9AG
England England Coordinates: 54°33′58″N 1°09′44″W / 54.56610°N 1.16211°W / 54.56610; -1.16211
DfE number 807/4002
DfE URN 137709 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Students 460
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–19
Colours Black, Sky Blue and Navy
              
Publication Gillbrook Gusto Newsletter
Website School homepage

Gillbrook Academy (formerly Gillbrook College) is a mixed academy and sixth form in Teesville, Redcar and Cleveland, North Yorkshire. It has merged with neighbouring Eston Park Academy[1] and will form part of a new single Hillsview Academy in September 2014.[2]

Location[edit]

It is situated to the south of Eston Sports Academy on Normanby Road just off the Trunk Road(A1085) intersection, in the Anglican parish of Christ Church, with both Eston Park Academy, whose playing fields are adjoined, and Redcar & Cleveland Council Town Hall nearby.

Gillbrook[edit]

Its students came from Normanby and Teesville, neighbouring towns and villages, and nearby Eston with the latter taking a sizeable part in the school enrolment, which before closure was around 1250, including 400 in the sixth form.

History[edit]

Grammar school[edit]

It opened in September 1955 as Eston Grammar School in Teesville with 650 boys and girls. The school motto was Sapera Aude (dare to know).

Comprehensive[edit]

It became known as Gillbrook School in 1973, then Gillbrook Technology College, then Gilbrook College. Between 1994 and 2006, it was a Technology College, and in 2009, it became an Arts College.

Alumni[edit]

Gillbrook School[edit]

Eston Grammar School[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Maddison, Lee (16 May 2013). "Two Eston academies to merge from September". GazetteLive. 
  2. ^ "Hillsview Academy Letter" (PDF). Eston Park website. 12 September 2013. 

External links[edit]