Suffolks Primary School and Carterhatch School attends Maths Master Class with Ms Smith
The golden ratio (symbol is the Greek letter “phi” shown at left) is a special number approximately equal to 1.618 It appears many times in geometry, art, architecture and other areas.
Founder’s Day is an annual celebration and tradition that is now being celebrated on Wednesday 9th July at 2pm in the school hall.
This visiting preaching is Pastor Gavin Childress, from the Grace Baptist Church in Tottenham. Pastor Gavin has written books on the teachings found in Luke’s Gospel and is a Stopfordian parent.
The service is a celebration of the life of the school and has taken place annually since it’s foundation in 1967. Each year the newly appointed prefects present the school roll and a camomile plant. This traditional dates back to the first Head Teacher Dr Roberts who used the Shakespearean phrase to illustrate one of the many strengths of the school.
‘The camomile, the more it is trodden on, the faster it grows’.
Members of the Science Department have visited Brimsdown and Carterhatch Schools and presented a Science Road Show to year 4 and 5 students. This week year 5 students came to work in our Science Labs and learnt how to make Rainbow Fizz and carry out Flame Tests. To end their visit they saw Science teachers make a jelly baby scream and their teachers bravely hold fire in their hands.
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I wanted to send out an email to thank Ms Shiells for all her hard work getting the Florida 2015 NASA trip off the ground. Her tireless work, persistence and constant phone calls means that as things stand we have 26 participants Continue reading
What a inspirational and moving time we had at BSS first Gospel choir workshop session today in the main hall. The students really excelled themselves and the presence of God was felt by all.
Dear Parent / Guardian,
I am writing this letter to inform you of an educational trip being organised by the science department at Bishop Stopford’s School. We plan to take a group of 30 students to Orlando in the United States of America. This trip has been designed to inspire and encourage our students to further their science education at A Level and University Level. Pupils need a minimum of two good GCSE passes in sciences to achieve the English Baccalaureate at KS4. It is therefore imperative that we promote and encourage the study of science. This trip is both educational and fun.
DATES: 27th of March 2015- 4th of April 2015
LOCATION: Camp Kennedy Space Centre
I wanted to share some good news – if you see Rhys Lanahan or Kazeem Sarumi in Year 11, please give them a pat on the back for this!
As you may know, we’ve been taking part in the Rudolph Walker Drama Competition for 4 years now. Rhys & Kazeem have participated every year – together winning ‘Best Play’ in 2012 and Kazeem won ‘Best Actor’ that same year. On top of this, we’ve been invited to the House of Lords, been to dinner with Mr Walker, taken part in interviews, etc. Last visit, Mr Walker commented that we were the easiest, most helpful school to work with. In conclusion, we’ve made a very positive impression!
Back row left to right :,Florence, Kazeem, Ms Wiles, Mr Siaw, Rhys
Front row left to right : Joseph. Malakai, Mr Walker, Kwabena, Jodie
RUDOLPH WALKER’S INTER-SCHOOL DRAMA AWARD (RWISDA)
RWiSDA was first pioneered in the 1970’s with two schools from Brixton by Rudolph Walker OBE is a British character actor, best known for his roles on television. He was the first black actor to appear in a major British TV series, his breakthrough role as Bill in the sitcom Love Thy Neighbour leading to a long and varied acting career. He is currently best known as Patrick Trueman in the BBC One TV soap opera Eastenders.
Year 12 and 13 Economics educational visit to the Bank of England is on Monday 28th April
• High achievement in a Christian context
• First class pastoral care and support systems
• One of the most improved schools in Enfield
• Primary – secondary transition praised by parents
• High rates of attendance; among the best in Enfield
• At GCSE, some of the best rates of A* and A passes
• Sixth form education: high expectations and aspirations in a supportive and caring environment
• Consistently good results in athletics and sport