I would like to invite you attend the Parents’ Evening for Year 8 students. This is an excellent opportunity for all parents and guardians to come along and meet the members of staff who have been teaching your children. For this evening, we are using an online appointment system which will give you the chance to make a 5 minute appointment with each of your child’s subject teachers to discuss progress and achievement.
Please log onto www.mychildatschool.com website and log in with your details. When logged in, scroll across the tabs at the top until you come across Parents Evening. In here you will find a list of all your child’s subject teachers. By clicking a teacher, you can book a timed slot which will then come up under Booked Appointments. If you are unable to book online then you can still turn up and speak to teachers when they are free.
This morning, the new school prefects were initiated during Year 10 assembly. They were issued with their prefect badge, given a gown and sworn in by Ms Pavlou and Mrs Day.
The names of our prefects are:
• Alexander Teevan
• Anna Revidiego
• Denzel Donkor
• Elizabeth Appiagyei
• Mmesoma Ben Nwankwo
• Nanette Adu–Acheampong
• Neveah West-Lawson
• Rachael Chyke
• Rianna Mihali
• Zara Kellner
• Zayn Kaisar
On Friday 5th April 2019, Bishop Stopford’s held its first whole school rewards breakfast in the school canteen. The top 30 students from each year group were selected by their Head of Years. These students were identified as a result of good attendance and demonstrating positive behaviour and excellent scholarship within school. During the breakfast morning, students were treated to a variety of different morning snacks, hot drinks, juices, music and newspapers. There was a really positive atmosphere in the canteen, well done to all of the students selected. There will be more opportunities to celebrate success throughout the school year and we look forward to recognising the hard work and achievement of all Bishop Stopford’s students.
Miss Holland – Head of Year 9
To all students in Year 11,
I would like to say it’s been a pleasure being your Head of Year for the last four years, I would also like to say that I wish you all the best for your exams, remember to take care of yourself, revise wisely, take breaks and make sure that you eat and drink lots of water.
I would like to invite you to attend the Parents’ Evening for Year 10 students. This is an excellent opportunity for all parents and guardians to come along and meet the members of staff who have been teaching your children. For this evening, we are using an online appointment system which will give you the chance to make a 5 minute appointment with each of your child’s subject teachers to discuss progress and achievement, you can also make an appointment with myself as Head of Year.
The new term starts on Tuesday 23rd April 2019 – Students return to school at 9:30am.
As we approach the Easter break, we look forward to rest and rejuvenation. Easter is a time for new beginnings and re-focus. In the 40 days before Easter, Christians observe Lent by entering into a period of self-examination and repentance through prayer. It would be beneficial that all of our students reflect on the past term and their successes, but also that they think carefully about how they can improve and move forward in the next term to strive for excellence.