On Monday 10th December 2018 we are having a Curriculum Drop-Down Day. This means that as well as having some of their normal lessons students between Years 7-11 will also be having some special sessions on some different topics. Students will have 2 normal lessons and 3 special sessions on the day. The overall theme for the day is ‘Respect’ and the sessions will cover topics such as E-Safety, Respecting the Environment, Respecting each other and Respecting the Law. There will also be opportunities for some student to look at vocational skills.
The school day timings will be as normal and students should attend in full uniform as normal. They should also go to their normal classrooms for the sessions unless told otherwise.
Deputy Headteacher – Character, Culture and Community
Dear Parents/ Carers,
Christmas is always an exciting time of year when the school and community come together to celebrate and rejoice. The school has a whole host of events listed below and we look forward to sharing them with you and our Bishop Stopford’s family.
On Thursday 6th December the school will be holding its annual Christmas Fayre in the school hall. This will commence at 2.30pm and go on until 5pm. Parents and pupils are all welcome to attend. The school will be closed on Friday 7th December for staff training.
The School Community Carol Service will be held on Thursday 13th December 2018 in the school. This celebration of Christmas will feature the school choir, worship group, primary school performances, traditional music and readings. All parents and friends are welcome to attend this event.
Dear staff and students,
I am happy to inform you that Bishop Stopford’s School will be supporting the North Enfield Foodbank this December.
Every day people in the UK go hungry for many reasons, but just a small box of food can make a big difference.
Foodbanks provide emergency food to people in crisis and their need is increasingly important during the winter period. North Enfield Foodbank is part of The Trussell Trust’s network of foodbanks that work to tackle food poverty and hunger across the UK.
Bishop Stopford’s School has arranged to donate to North Enfield Foodbank on the 14th December.
It would be appreciated if you could donate non-perishable food items from the list below.
These are the dates in which the foodbank will collect donations from the school this winter:
Tuesday 4th December 2018
Thursday 6th December 2018
Monday 10th December 2018
Wednesday 12th December 2018
Friday 14th December 2018
Donation boxes will be held in the reception area and brought to the green space by Year 10 volunteers and Year 7 form captains. One to two pupils will be responsible for each form in taking their form’s donations to reception during form time on the allocated days.
Do you know anyone that has their own business and would be interested in a stall at our Christmas Fayre? Cost of the stall is just £5.
If so, contact Miss L Solomon at email@example.com
Telephone: 020 8804 1906
We appreciate your support.
This is confirmation that we shall be having a non-uniform day on Wednesday 21st November.
We will be raising money for Childline as part of Anti-Bullying Week and students will be expected to make a donation of £1.
It will once again be a ‘Wear it Blue’ theme so students should try to wear something blue; but they may also wear odd socks if they wish as this is the 2018 Anti-Bullying Week non-uniform theme.
8.30am: Students arrive at school as normal and go straight to line up. They will be directed to the Sports Hall/relevant classroom from there by form tutors and Head of Year.
11.15am – Students go to normal lessons unless they have an exam. For students in an exam, they go to line up on these days and will be directed to the Sports Hall/relevant classroom.
12.20pm – Students go to the canteen for lunch and afternoon exam prep – supervised by SLT and normal Period 4 teachers.
1.00pm – Students go to line up. They will be directed to their exam by duty SLT and normal period 4 teachers.
STUDENTS WILL BE DISMISSED TO GO HOME AFTER THEIR AFTERNOON EXAMS
Year 11 Trial Exam Timetable – Student Version
Sudents in Year 7 are working on Map Skills. Alicya is a very talented Geographer and is leading the class feedback in applying some physical features to the world map. Mr Jennings