An 11-16 Academy
Our Values and Vision
At Stradbroke High School we combine traditional values with a modern curriculum and resources which enables our students to learn effectively, and to develop the personal attributes and skills to succeed in a changing world. We are an all-ability school and we take pride in the high standards achieved by our students in all curriculum areas and in extra-curricular activities such as sports, music and drama.
High standards of behaviour and effort are expected from all our students, and we work hard to help them achieve this and reach their full potential. If you decide to send your child to our school, they will enjoy an excellent, supportive educational environment during their time here. We want our students to leave this school as fully rounded individuals with a full range of skills and experiences that will equip them for the challenges ahead.
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The Autumn Term begins Monday 5th September 2016
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
The music department has successfully been awarded a grant from the EMI Music Sound Foundation to assist with an outreach project. The grant has allowed the school to purchase a number of woodwind instruments to support the development of woodwind teaching in some of our feeder primary schools. It will therefore allow those pupils who otherwise might never have the opportunity to learn the flute or clarinet, to have access to a good quality musical instrument. Head of Music, Jonathan Williams said 'we are very grateful to the EMI Foundation for having the vision to support schemes that nurture a love of music in young people. This exciting project is helping to inspire primary school pupils to learn a musical instrument'.
Posted by Music Department on August 17, 2016 at 15:30
From Procter and Gamble to Petfood, Firefighting to Finance, US Airforce to Brewing and Air Ambulance to Agricultural Surveyor - careers were in the spotlight for Key Stage 3 pupils at the end of term. For two afternoons, pupils were engaged in Q&A sessions, demonstrations and interviews with 12 different business people who volunteered their time across a wide range of careers in order to widen pupils' understanding of careers they may not have otherwise considered.
Comments from pupils included:
" I didn't realise that joining the Air Force involved so many different roles "
"Accountants have to have good people skills otherwise how can anyone understand what the financial information means?"
"I'm glad I don't have to know exactly what I want to do when I…Continue
Posted by Business Studies on July 21, 2016 at 14:30
Rosemary Warne MBE, Andrew Bloom, Michael Burton and Bernard Mills acknowledge the decades of service to the Royal British Legion shown by Stradbroke High School.
Representatives from The Stradbroke and District Branch of the Royal British Legion have presented Stradbroke High School with an award for the decades of service it has shown to the organisation which itself supports thousands of ex-Service men and women every year. On behalf of the pupils, Headteacher Andrew Bloom wholeheartedly thanked Michael Burton, Chairman of the Stradbroke Branch, as he received the award which will be prominently featured in the school's reception…
Posted by School Office on July 18, 2016 at 11:58