An 11-16 Academy
I would like to thank everyone who took part and supported the World Land Trust on Thursday 2nd February by bringing in things for the bring and buy stall and making leaves and cakes and donating money. We raised £170 which has the ability to buy 1.5 acres of rainforest and 4 trees. We have received a certificate and a letter from the Land Trust thanking us. From Jo Capp in 8RH
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Stradbroke Business & Enterprise College will convert to an Academy Trust with effect from 1st March 2012.
Converting from a maintained school to an Academy requires us to hold an election for Parent Governors. There are seven Parent Governor vacancies. Present Parent Governors may seek to be re-elected.
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Thank you to Jo Capp for organising our Rainforest Day and thank you to everyone who supported this important cause. We raised around £164 which will go twoards saving an acre and a half of forest.
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Our progress towards the School becoming an Academy from 1st March continues. I am grateful to Governors and Caroline Driver (Business Manager for the Stradbroke Pyramid of Schools) for the work they have undertaken behind the scenes to meet this deadline.
Despite the change of name to Stradbroke High School, I would like to confirm that the uniform will not change for our current pupils.
Last week the Department for Education issued data running…Continue
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Year 11 exam questions
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There will be a charity event on Thursday 2nd February to raise funds for the World Land Trust who purchase parts of the rainforest in order to preserve them. Jo Capp in Mrs Hurren's tutor group has organised this fund raising event and everyone in 8RH is taking part. There will be a cake stall at break and lunch, a bring and buy sale in the hall and there are felt leaves that have been made to clip on to ties or hair to symbolise the rainforest. For every £50 raised, the World Land Trust…Continue
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