Y10 Football Triumph

Y10 had a disappointing season last year and with a new manager in Mr Gallacher there was a degree of renewed optimism in the air. The team took on a new look with new faces and played a 2-2-3-2-1 formation. Mr Gallacher delivered a passionate team talk and instilled his confidence in Kodel to wear the captains armband. The Bishops team started well and dominated procession with the combination of Mete, Kodel and Walid in the middle. Emmanuel took on the challenge of filling in as centre back and had his own David and Goliath story. Continue reading

MAcMillan Fundraising Event

On Friday we raised a grand total of £207.48p. This Morning Ross Gallacher came to 9L form time with a further £50.00 making this a total of £257.48p.
If anyone wishes to donate please see Oona Dennis asap.
Many thanks for all your help and support during this event.
Please tell the students how well we did as a school.

Cheers Ross!
Kind regards,
Keely and 9L

Anti-bullying campaign, Internet Safety & Anti Bullying workshops

Tuesday 8th July 2014

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As part of our ongoing anti-bullying campaign, Internet Safety & Anti Bullying workshops will be taking place throughout the day on Tuesday 8th July.

These workshops will be led by an outside organisation known as ECP and will offer guidance to students in Year 7-10 regarding internet safety and dealing with incidents of cyberbullying should they occur.

BSS@RWiSDA 2014

Just to let you know that our students delivered a fantastic performance at the Drama competition today and really held their own against much older students. Although we didn’t win, we were commended for our script and the message it delivered.

Thanks for everyone who came along to support – it’s much appreciated.

Please give the kids a pat on the back if you see them:
Malaki Paul
Joseph Richards
Kwabena Osei
Jodie Skeggs

 

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Founder’s Day

Founder’s Day is an annual celebration and tradition that is now being celebrated on Wednesday 9th July at 2pm in the school hall.

This visiting preaching is Pastor Gavin Childress, from the Grace Baptist Church in Tottenham. Pastor Gavin has written books on the teachings found in Luke’s Gospel and is a Stopfordian parent.

The service is a celebration of the life of the school and has taken place annually since it’s foundation in 1967. Each year the newly appointed prefects present the school roll and a camomile plant. This traditional dates back to the first Head Teacher Dr Roberts who used the Shakespearean phrase to illustrate one of the many strengths of the school.

 

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‘The camomile, the more it is trodden on, the faster it grows’.

Carterhatch Junior School visit to BSS

Members of the Science Department have visited Brimsdown and Carterhatch Schools and presented a Science Road Show to year 4 and 5 students. This week year 5 students came to work in our Science Labs and learnt how to make Rainbow Fizz and carry out Flame Tests. To end their visit they saw Science teachers make a jelly baby scream and their teachers bravely hold fire in their hands.

For more information on Bishop Stopford’s Primary School Master Classes plus additional learning opportunities , please sign up for the Bishop Stopford’s newsletter to the right
or email headsoffice@
bishopstopfords.enfield.sch.uk

Science Trip to Orlando, USA 2015

 

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Dear Parent / Guardian,

I am writing this letter to inform you of an educational trip being organised by the science department at Bishop Stopford’s School. We plan to take a group of 30 students to Orlando in the United States of America.  This trip has been designed to inspire and encourage our students to further their science education at A Level and University Level.  Pupils need a minimum of two good GCSE passes in sciences to achieve the English Baccalaureate at KS4. It is therefore imperative that we promote and encourage the study of science.  This trip is both educational and fun.

DATES: 27th of March 2015- 4th of April 2015

LOCATION: Camp Kennedy Space Centre

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Art Master Class for Year 4 primary students and their parents.

The Art Master Classes are aimed at pupils and parents who have a love and enthusiasm for art and creativity. You don’t have to be a talented artist, just have bags of imagination and keen to work in partnership with your child. The sessions will be held in the dedicated art studios at Bishop Stopford’s School, Brick Lane, Enfield, Middlesex, EN1 3PU and lead by Miss P Robinson, Head of Art.

 

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Session 1 – Drawing
Students and Parents explore different ways, collecting information to help produce a design
for their Silk Painting.

Session 2 – Silk Painting
Students and Parents investigate Silk Painting techniques using processes to help develop their designs onto Silk.

Session 3 – Silk Painting
Students and Parents learn how to present their work into a final piece  of art finished and framed

Places are limited for the Art Master Class, prompt respond is required to ensure you do not miss out.

Each session will commence at 3.30pm and conclude at 4.30pm. The sessions will start on Friday 27th June 2014 , Friday 4th July 2014, conclude on Friday 11th July 2014.

Please complete the consent form and return it to your child’s primary school teacher before 6th June 2014.
Alternatively you can email Miss Robinson on probinson@bishopstopfords.enfield.sch.uk
or call 020 804 1906.

We look forward to working in
partnership with you.

 

Please download the PDF HERE detach and complete the form and return it to your child’s teacher.

 

Rhys Lanahan or Kazeem Sarumi in Year 11 to be co hosts at the RWiSDA 2014

Hi All

I wanted to share some good news – if you see Rhys Lanahan or Kazeem Sarumi in Year 11, please give them a pat on the back for this!

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As you may know, we’ve been taking part in the Rudolph Walker Drama Competition for 4 years now.  Rhys & Kazeem have participated every year – together winning ‘Best Play’ in 2012 and Kazeem won ‘Best Actor’ that same year.  On top of this, we’ve been invited to the House of Lords, been to dinner with Mr Walker, taken part in interviews, etc.  Last visit, Mr Walker commented that we were the easiest, most helpful school to work with.  In conclusion, we’ve made a very positive impression!

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Rudolph Walker visits BSS for the RWISDA 2014

 

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Back row left to right :,Florence, Kazeem, Ms Wiles, Mr Siaw, Rhys
Front row left to right : Joseph. Malakai, Mr Walker, Kwabena, Jodie

RUDOLPH WALKER’S INTER-SCHOOL DRAMA AWARD (RWISDA)

RWiSDA was first pioneered in the 1970’s with two schools from Brixton by Rudolph Walker OBE   is a British character actor, best known for his roles on television. He was the first black actor to appear in a major British TV series, his breakthrough role as Bill in the sitcom Love Thy Neighbour leading to a long and varied acting career.[1] He is currently best known as Patrick Trueman in the BBC One TV soap opera Eastenders.

Read more at www.rwisda.com

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Saatchi Gallery

GCSE Y11 Art Gallery Trip

During the Easter Break Y11 Art class visited The Saatchi Gallery.  The trip was planned to help students develop work for their forthcoming 2014 Summer Art Exam Theme: ‘Order and or Disorder’.

The Saatchi Gallery is one of London’s leading galleries for emerging artists which presents an exhibition of 20 international artists, including many featured in Saatchi Art’s One-to-Watch and Invest in Art series which highlights emerging artists of particular note. All students conducted themselves accordingly and proved to be a great credit to our school.

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“”Elijah said he benefited allot from the trip to the Saatchi gallery”
Regina Silva (Parent)

 

French Resoures

Year 11, you can find your French audio links and work here

2010 Foundation

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gaps for 2010 FL 2010 FDN
2010 FDN with gaps
2010 FDN Mark scheme

2011 Foundation

2011 FDN Listening
2011 FDN Listening mark scheme

2012 Foundation

2012 FDN Listening mark scheme
2012 fdn listening qn paper
2012 missing words
FDN SUMMER 2012 TAPESCRIPT WITH GAPS

2013 Foundation

2013 FDN Mark scheme
2013 FDN tapescript
2013 FDN with gaps FDN
2013 missing words to choose
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2013
Question paper FL

 

 

 Click the links below to download and print supporting PDFs

2013 FDN with gaps

FDN 2013 missing words to choose

Dates for April

MONDAY APRIL 1ST
Coventry & St. George’s House Eucharist

TUESDAY APRIL 2ND
King Alfred’s &Temple’s House Eucharist

WEDNESDAY APRIL 3RD
Waltham & Trinity House Eucharist

FRIDAY APRIL 4TH
Spring Term ends after school today;
confiscated items will be returned after
the end of registration.

FRIDAY APRIL 18TH
Good Friday

TUESDAY APRIL 22ND
Term begins 8:30am
for all students and staff

Focus for Lent

 
PDuring Lent we will be challenging our students to be aware of how they live their lives within the Christian Ethos. To assist them we will be focussing on 4 celebrities who have proclaimed themselves as Christians. The pupils will be asked to explore how and why these celebrities became Christian, while examining ways their faith is displayed in their lives. This will then lead to a personal reflection.

The Celebrities are Reverend Run, Christine Ohuruogu, Selena Gomez and Kaka.

Please feel free to join us in our Lent Focus as we examine ways Christians live their lives in today’s world.

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Thorpe Park, 3rd and 4th July 2013

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Years 7, 8 and 9 will be split into House groups with Coventry, George’s and King Alfred’s going on Wednesday 3rd July, and Temple’s, Waltham and Trinity going on Thursday 4th. This occurs during “Activities Week” and is a good opportunity for the students to let their hair down and be rewarded for their hard work over this academic year.
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Welcome to Bishop Stopford’s School in Enfield.

A place to achieve your best.

We hope soon to welcome your son or daughter to our school. We are extremely proud of our students and our successes and achievements in recent years. Our results currently place us well above the National Average and above the Local Authority average. We are currently one of the most improved secondary schools in Enfield.