KS3 Curriculum Structure

KS3 Curriculum structure Curriculum Structure 2019 onwards In order to ensure that students experience a broad and diverse range of subjects we have reverted to a 3 year KS3, with students choosing their option subjects in the Spring term of Year 9. The curriculum is designed to allow students to gain the knowledge and skills that...

Curriculum Intent

To develop a curriculum that: Facilitates the acquisition of a broad and diverse range of knowledge for all students Is ambitious, inclusive and engaging for all learners Provides clear routes of progression throughout KS3 – KS5 and beyond for all students Prepares our students and equips them for future success and life in the wider world Instils a greater...

Sports Day 2019

A huge thanks for all your efforts yesterday for Sports Day. The day was a huge success with many students taking part and enjoying success from all years. As a department we are all very grateful to everyone who helped in any way in the build up to the day, and on the day...

School Prefects 2019

  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...

Easter End of Term Rewards Breakfast

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...

Scroll to top