Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff
- Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff is a former International Cricketer and a popular TV / Radio presenter.
- Went to Greenlands Community Primary school and Ribbleton Hall Secondary School.
- Made his England Test Match debut in 1998 against South Africa
- Man of the Series in the 2005 Ashes and went onto captain England later that year.
- Played in 183 First Class games for Lancashire and 79 Test Matches, 141 ODIs and 7 T20s for England
- BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2005
- MBE 2006
- Freedom of the City Award for Preston
Mr Thatcher - Head of Flintoff House
"There's no traffic on the extra mile"
Teacher of PE
Three Words that describe you:
Active, cheerful and committed
Rugby, Squash, Golf, DIY, eating good food and travelling to new places
Proudest moment in your career:
Gaining my first PE Teacher job at ACSC.
Ambitions for your house:
To all participate and hopefully win graciously showing ambition and sportsmanship along the way.