Here is this weeks numeracy challenge (week 8)
After the Easter holidays, your son/daughter will sit assessments in all subjects. The assessments will take place mostly during normal lessons and in their normal classrooms. For English, Maths and Science students will sit their exams in the hall so that they start to experience what more formal examinations are like. We want all students to fulfil their potential and strive to perform as well as they can in these important assessments. The results will help us to measure the progress they have made during the year.
Congratulations to the Bishop Stopfords School Choir who have won the Enfield Choir competition for second year running. They beat off strong competition from Enfield County & Highlands School. The judges praised both of their performances which combined beautiful harmony with strong solo elements.
My names Hannah Robson and I am the parent of Nathan Robson in year 11 at Bishop Stopford’s school.
I am currently involved running a youth basketball club at oasis Hadley school in Enfield, and we are hoping to advertise and increase numbers so more young people can benefit from the facilities and the opportunity to train.
We offer a varied and interesting approach to geography based on the National Curriculum. Geography is concerned with interrelationships between people, landscapes, economic, and ecological systems. It is hoped that by studying geography, pupils will develop an interest in the subject, an enquiring mind, and a concern for the future of the planet upon which they live. Students begin their GCSE course at the end of Year 9.
Outlined below are the core texts, websites and support materials advised for independent study:
Tuesday 27th March and Wednesday 28Th March 2018
at St James Church, Hertford Road, Enfield
As part of the Golden Jubilee celebrations a special celebration of Evensong Song was performed by a choir of ex-pupils under the instruction of former Director of Music, Mr Peter Smith.
Former Chaplain, Father Stephen Taylor, preached on the school, the traditions, the example set by Dr Roberts and the future.
The choir sung beautifully and the service was a real example of God’s Glory, which is truly embedded in the life of the school.
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On Wednesday 31st January our year 8 basketball team put in a wonderful performance to consolidate our basketball league position against our neighboring schools. Edmonton County were our visitors, and our team managed to outscore them by 10 points (35 – 25) in what was a close game during the earlier quarters. Continue reading
On Tuesday 23rd January, a group of nine gifted and talented gymnasts from Carterhatch junior school cake and took part in a trampoline session run by our Yr10 students. The Yr3-5 pupils had come runners up in the Enfield Gymnastics Festival in November and their teacher wanted to inspire them further.