As we approach the end of another busy year I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the support you have given both to your son/daughter and the school.
In the last few weeks and throughout the year, our students have taken part in various educational visits to the National Gallery, the British Museum and RWiSDA (Rudolph Walker inter-School Drama Awards), where our students were runners up overall, with one of our Year 10 students achieving the Best Actor Award. Year 7 were fortunate to receive a visit from ‘Compassion in World Farming’ to complement their experience at a working dairy farm and Year 8 embarked on a two day visit to the Migration Museum and Natural History Museum in London. Our GCSE and A level students also paid a visit to the Royal Geographical Society, which was a great success. Continue reading
To celebrate the 50th year of Bishop Stopford’s School there will be
a special open day for all Stopfordians on Saturday 21st October 2017.
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Monday 4th September INSET
Tuesday 5th September Years 7 and 12 start
Wednesday 6th September Years 8, 9, 10, 11 and 13 start
On Thursday 6th July 2017 the school celebrated its 49th year since it’s Foundation. Our visiting preacher was Fr Stephen Gallagher, the vicar of St Pete and St Paul Enfield Lock. As with tradition the school scrolls and camomile were presented to celebrate the Stopfordian family.
It is with pleasure that I announce that we came away with the Best Actor award won by Joseph in Year 10, another amazing performance from all students at Bishops, Kaireece, Joseph, Samandre, Millicent and Neveah who were our actors for our piece called ‘Where is the Love?’ and Christopher who did our sound unfortunately we were pipped to the post by Kingsmead but we were front runners until they came on, they were the last piece.
We also had students from Bishops who came to support their peers.
I am sure you have seen or heard of the tragic events in West London at Grenfell Tower. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families who have lost love ones and those who have lost their homes and all their contents.
As a school community our students would like to respond in compassion and charity and have decided to join the schools in West London with a day of solidarity and charity.
On Friday 23rd June we will be have a “Green for Grenfell” where students will be permitted to where non uniform with a green item of clothing.
Go Green for Grenfell
23rd June 2017
“The trip has really helped me to understand the practical aspects of Geography” Tashaney, Year 10 student.
The Field Trip to the coast at Whitstable in Kent was a huge success. Students engaged well with data collection on the beach and in the town. They especially enjoyed conducting questionnaires in the afternoon and making conversations with residents and tourists. The beautiful weather showed the wonderful oyster harbour in all its delight, and students rewarded themselves with ice cream before boarding the coach back to school. Well done Geographers!