School starts back on Monday 4th June. All students should return to school at the normal time of 8.30am and the day will run as normal.
On Friday 25th May our Local MP Joan Ryan visited school to meet members of Year 12 who have taken part in the Brilliant club’s Scholars Programme this year. The Brilliant club is a charity that exists to increase the number of pupils from under-represented backgrounds to progress to highly selective universities. They do this by enrolling PhD students to share their expertise with state schools as part-time tutors.
Throughout the school year parental surveys are carried out during parent’s evenings and other school functions. To date the findings for the current academic Year Parental surveys have carried out have collated below.
Further surveys will be taking place at the parent’s evenings. If any parents missed this opportunity and would like to take part in a survey please contact the school office. Your voice is very important in helping us provide a top quality education for your children.
Thank you for joining us for another issue of Stopfordian Stars. We started the week with a sunny bank holiday and then had a number of days with 20+ degree weather, it looked like Spring had finally Sprung. This week, Behavior for Learning walks took place. Many staff members have commented on all the good work they are seeing in lessons. We want to thank you all for your continual hard work in ensuring this.
This week’s issue is full of praise for our hard working students.
Please see link for the full revision and exam schedule for Year 11. Until half term, students are expected to be in lessons when not in an exam. For afternoon exams, students are to arrive at break time and need to attend the exam warm up session. If see your Head of Year, Ms Folan, if there are any queries.
Please find below the most up-to-date timetable of our enrichment activities at the Bishop Stopford’s High School.
I hope you will take the time to speak to your child about making the effort to attend these free activities. Our school ethos is firmly based in the ‘Strive for Five’ approach to learning and these activities will support your child in becoming a rounded student. In addition educational research has shown that the increased effort and resilience associated with pursuing such activities can raise attainment in the classroom.