An 11-16 Academy
Added by Friends of Stradbroke High on September 27, 2017 at 12:19 — No Comments
Members of The Business Association of Stradbroke High School (BASH) have met to confirm the action plan of support, provided by over 20 local and national businesses, for students across the school in the coming year.
Oct 18th: Assembly for Years 8 and 9 with a doctor/lawyer
Nov 2nd: …Continue
Added by School Office on September 27, 2017 at 11:30 — No Comments
Following our school tradition, Year 11 students who were nominated to be Head Girl, Head Boy or a Prefect recently enjoyed a trip to London to Westminster. As well as visiting the Jewel Tower at Westminster Palace, they enjoyed a tour of the Houses of Parliament, and found out among many other things, why Her Majesty the Queen is not allowed into the House of Commons. After learning about the monarchy, the history of the art at the palace and the role of government and parliament, students…Continue
Added by School Office on September 26, 2017 at 13:00 — No Comments
Year 6 pupils from local primary schools have just enjoyed a taster of lessons across the school in order to give them an idea of what to expect in September. Apart from lunch - always a favourite - science, maths art and food technology where among the subjects helping to ease the transition from primary to secondary school.…Continue
Added by School Office on September 25, 2017 at 18:08 — No Comments
Present: We welcomed 25 members, many of whom were new faces.
We created a new register and discussed and wrote down ideas we have for the coming year.
Added by Voice Of Stradbroke High School on September 25, 2017 at 11:00 — No Comments
On Thursday 14 September we had the Irish Singer-Songwriter Sion Hill come to our school to sing and talk about online safety and Cyber bullying. He performed to Years 7, 8 and 9 and everyone really enjoyed his music and appreciated the important message he gave about staying safe online and how to find help if any issues arise.
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Many congratulations to Spencer Pretty-Kent in Year 10, who has just passed his Grade 4 pianoforte examination with distinction. This is an excellent achievement as Spencer embarks on his G.C.S.E Music studies with confidence. Thanks go to Miss Hawood, who guided him through the demands of the syllabus for this exam.
Added by Music Department on September 12, 2017 at 18:00 — No Comments
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During the Summer music examination season, the following pupils were successful in their brass grades:
Reuben Maguire (Year 7) passed Grade 2 cornet with merit, Emily Goddard (Year 8) passed Grade 2 cornet with merit, Emily Havers (Year 9) passed Grade 2 trombone with merit, Lily Hunter (Year 9) passed Grade 2 cornet with merit, and Charlotte Watson passed Grade 3 baritone horn. Many congratulations to all pupils for their hard work and achievement, and many thanks to Mrs…Continue
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Many congratulations to Josie Palmer in Year 7 and Jessica McInnes in Year 8 on their recent music exam success. Josie passed her Grade 4 Tenor Horn exam with distinction, and Jessica passed her Grade 4 Cornet exam with distinction. This is a fantastic achievement for both girls, and demonstrates their excellence in the subject. Well done!
Added by Music Department on September 8, 2017 at 19:00 — No Comments
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…Continue
Added by School Office on September 8, 2017 at 13:38 — No Comments