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The whole school went out to cheer on Stage Six of Britain’s premier road cycling race today which takes place entirely within Suffolk, a first for the county. The tour headed east from Newmarket and is on its way to the finish in the centre of Aldeburgh.
Amid slightly dubious weather, ( it was starting to rain as the cyclists approached) Stradbroke students were there to welcome the world’s top professional cyclists during the 183-kilometre stage as it passed through the centre of the village. Quite a memorable occasion for all our students and the whole village!
Posted by School Office on September 8, 2017 at 13:38
I am absolutely thrilled with the results attained by the students at Stradbroke High School this year. They have been justly rewarded for the effort and commitment that they have put in during their time with us. These results are also testament to the dedication and hard work of our incredible teaching staff.
Sixty-two students sat GCSE exams this year, including the new more rigorous English and maths papers.
A stunning 87% of them achieved Grade 4 or above in English, and 82% achieved this in maths.
Impressively, 79% of our students reached Grade 4 or above in both of these subjects.
We are delighted for them, and wish them all the very best as they go on to further studies. We are confident that they will continue to be successful in all their future endeavours.
Posted by School Office on August 24, 2017 at 9:30
Congratulations to Morgan Roper, Spencer Pretty-Kent, Katie Childs and Eleanor Durston who were the Stradbroke team competing at County Upper School in Bury St Edmunds this week to put their physics skills and knowledge to the test. The competition was organised by the Stimulation Science Network and the Institute of Physics and our pupils gained 72.5 points, beating all the other Suffolk schools that entered.
The pupils were pipped to the post in a close set of results by Colchester Grammar School (76 points) and Reepham High School and College (Norfolk – 77 points). Fourteen schools from across East Anglia entered a team of four year 9 students who completed six experiments and three investigations which were marked. Each team then had to produce a poster and an oral presentation about one of these to gain marks out of 100.
A fantastic result and huge congratulations to the team and the Science department.
Posted by School Office on July 14, 2017 at 18:03
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