Childline non-uniform day- Wear it Blue – Wednesday 21st November. – £1

This is confirmation that we shall be having a non-uniform day on Wednesday 21st November.

We will be raising money for Childline as part of Anti-Bullying Week and students will be expected to make a donation of £1.

It will once again be a ‘Wear it Blue’ theme so students should try to wear something blue; but they may also wear odd socks if they wish as this is the 2018 Anti-Bullying Week non-uniform theme.

Year 11 Trial Exam Timetable 2018

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 8.30am: Students arrive at school as normal and go straight to line up. They will be directed to the Sports Hall/relevant classroom from there by form tutors and Head of Year.

11.15am – Students go to normal lessons unless they have an exam. For students in an exam, they go to line up on these days and will be directed to the Sports Hall/relevant classroom.

12.20pm – Students go to the canteen for lunch and afternoon exam prep – supervised by SLT and normal Period 4 teachers.

1.00pm – Students go to line up. They will be directed to their exam by duty SLT and normal period 4 teachers.


Year 11 Trial Exam Timetable – Student Version

Enrichment events recognising Armistice Day


As we approach the 100 Year anniversary of Armistice Day on 11th November 2018 some of our students are participating in enrichment activities in local and National events to mark this important day in our history.  Zunara will march for the Sea Cadets at the Lord Mayor’s Show in London and also the Enfield Memorial event whilst Payishka will mark the event with the local Ambulance Cadets.  We are proud to see our students working in community activities beyond the school.

Mr Jennings – Whole School Enrichment

Sixth Form information evening Thursday 1st November 2018

Dear Parent/Carer,

Careers, pathways and exam information evening Thursday 1st November 2018

We would like to invite you to our careers, pathways and exam information evening which is taking place on Thursday 1st November. The evening will run from 5.30pm until 7pm, with a formal talk from our Head of Curriculum taking place at 6.30pm. This evening is an opportunity for you and your child to look at the pathways and post 16 options available both in Bishop Stopford’s School and in the local area. The evening is designed to provide both you and our Year 11 students with information and guidance on their chosen career path and to consider the next phase of their educational journey.

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