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Head Boy, Head Girl and their deputies enjoyed an inspiring visit to the Palace of Westminster to see the Houses of Parliament this week, taking in Horse Guards between Whitehall and Horse Guards Parade, the Cenotaph and Downing Street on the way. After visiting the Jewel Tower, a 14th-century surviving element of the Royal Palace of Westminster, pupils then walked to the front of Westminster Abbey before going to the Houses of Parliament for their tour. Thanks to Mrs Mitchell and Mr Brown for their help in taking the students to London for such a memorable experience. More photos to come so watch this space...…Continue
Posted by School Office on September 27, 2016 at 8:49
It was great to welcome so many families of primary school pupils into the maths department on Open Evening: the theme of GCSE formulae in M1 proved very popular with lots of parents trying to remember what they knew in the dim and distant past and also explaining how they use them every day in construction, aviation and engineering.
Thank you to all those parents who spent time asking questions and encouraging their children to get involved - the challenge of using circle formula on chocolate mini-rolls and chocolate oranges - not to mention cylinders of smarties - all…Continue
Posted by Maths Department on September 22, 2016 at 9:54
Huge thanks to everybody who took part in making this year's CARnival such a success - we raised a staggering £4500. The Friends will be holding their annual 'Dragons' Den' event on October 5th when teachers and pupils will be able to put forward bids to ask for funding for specific items.
The Zorbs proved to be really entertaining!
The music was great!…Continue
Posted by Friends of Stradbroke High on September 13, 2016 at 15:30
Very well done and congratulations to all our students who have achieved another set of excellent results. Their hard work and commitment have been justly rewarded and we are excited about their prospects for the future.
65% of our students attained grade Cs or higher in both English and Maths, and most pleasingly our Value Added Score looks like being similar to last year’s which placed us in the top 100 non-selective schools nationally. Students of all abilities have made excellent progress including those who attained 10 or more A*/A grades each, and others who worked equally hard to secure the grades needed to move onto the next stage of their education.
Some outstanding individual’s results include Rebekah Frost and Courtney Chilvers who each attained 10 A*/A grades, and James Cleverley who attained 9 A*/A grades. There are many other students who will be delighted and as proud of their achievements as…Continue
Posted by Stradbroke High School on August 25, 2016 at 9:30
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