An 11-16 Academy
If you are having problems accessing the resources for the work on behaviour I set for the holidays, there is a folder in the shared area called Biology and within this there is a folder called B3; the sheets are in there as well.
Hope you are all having a super holiday.
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In recent VOSH meetings we have discussed about how we can improve the recycling at the school. We came up with the idea of a new poster as a replacement to the current blue one which can be displayed above all recycling bins around the school. In addition, all eco-group members will take it in turns to take the recycling to the outside bins.
We have also discussed about a possible new resource called “GCSE Pods”. A survey has been carried out for Years 9,10 &11 to have…Continue
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On the afternoon of the 11th December at the Parish Church of All Saints Stradbroke, musicians from Stradbroke High School were joined by those from a number of our feeder primaries, including Fressingfield, Laxfield, Stradbroke, Wilby and Worlingworth for our annual pyramid carol service.
Parents and friends from across our community gathered to hear the Christmas message presented in both music and readings. Many congratulations to all the schools who contributed so brilliantly to…Continue
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Pupils and teachers entertained a wide audience of teachers, parents and friends this week at the annual Christmas Music Concert with some very talented pupils singing and playing in ensembles as well as some stunning solo performances.Continue
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Year 9 mathematicians have just completed a project to analyse the eye colour of boys and girls in the school. Year 9 first put together tables of data they had collected from each 'House' then used different ways of representing the data, including pie-charts, bar charts and comparative bar charts, before writing about their conclusions. Some fabulous individual work which has been presented to a very high standard! Photos of work coming soon!
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Stradbroke musicians celebrated the arrival of Christmas in style with their annual Christmas concert in the main hall. An appreciative audience was treated to a festive selection of favourites from across a range of genres and periods. Soloists were joined by the brass ensemble, samba ensemble, jazz quartet, orchestra, choir, amplifier group and 'Orange Blues'.
Vocal solos from Annalise Rolfe, Summer Amass, Courtney Chilvers and Jessica Rutherford enhanced the contributions made by…Continue
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Year 11 ICT and Business pupils really challenged each other and themselves on the recent trip to Eaton Vale Activity Centre just outside Norwich.
Courage to climb?
The aim was to experience the type of activities pupils are building a presentation to promote as part of their Cambridge…Continue
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The countdown is on as Year 9 and Year 10 pupils prepare for the UK Intermediate Maths Challenge on February 4th. This annual challenge, organised by the School of Maths Satellite at the University of Leeds, enables our pupils to compete with approximately 250,000 pupils in the UK. A real challenge and test of their problem solving skills, the questions are all designed to make pupils THINK! with a certificate awarded to the best in school and the top 40% of pupils nationwide receive gold,…Continue
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