An 11-16 Academy
Stradbroke High School took a strong team of over 30 pupils to the Suffolk Cross Country area trials in the stunning grounds of The Royal Hospital School near Ipswich. With between 200 - 300 pupils in each race all pupils that represented the school should feel very proud of themselves and their achievements today.
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Students and families are invited from 10:00 to 12:00 with a talk from the Headteacher at 10:15.Continue
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7 pm in English 1. All welcome.
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Once again, we are are delighted that our students have been rewarded for their hard work with an excellent set of GCSE results. In the new, more rigorous, exam grading system 70% of our students achieved the benchmark of at least a grade 4 in English and mathematics, with 46% of them…Continue
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Congratulations to Sean for his four medal win at the Special Olympics West Midlands Event on Saturday. He won silver in both the 4 x 50m relay and standing long jump, and bronze in both 50m race and soft ball throw!…Continue
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A group of Years 9 and 10 spent a beautiful and memorable day in Cambridge this week, visiting St Catharine's College and The Fitzwilliam Museum.…Continue
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Congratulations to our Year 8 student Evie for going through to the next round of the Radio Two 500 words short story writing competition.Continue
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We welcome back our students from their 5 day training trip to Real Madrid.…Continue
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Please click here to read the 'Little Book of Exam Success' which is designed to encourage and help Year 11 with revision strategies. It also contains tips for coping with anxiety and staying healthy during exams.
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Year 9 took part in a very successful and enjoyable geography field trip on Thursday 15th March 2018 at Flatford Mill. Despite the recent heavy rain, which meant some of the sites were flooded, everyone collected plenty of data, which we can look forward to analysing next lesson.
You can see some more photos in the geography department gallery.…Continue
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Congratulations to two of our football teams for playing outstanding games this week.
Year 7 beat Thomas Mills High School 6-2
Year 9 beat Thomas Mills High School 8-0
Very well done to both teams.
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Congratulations to Daisy for her upcoming appearance in the English Youth Ballet's production of 'Cinderella in Hollywood' at the Norwich Theatre Royal from the 25th - 26th May.…Continue
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Thanks to everyone who came to the Christmas concert on Tuesday 5th December.
We couldn't do this without our talented students, supportive parents/carers and our very own Mr Williams, thank you all!…Continue
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Thank you to all the business people from 14 different organisations in BASH, who came along to provide mock interviews for our Year 10 students this week. With career choices varying from Groom to Social Worker and Editor to Aerodynamic Engineer we managed to provide every student…Continue
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Zak Hills-Brown in year 8 has great news to report:
The tournament was condensed…Continue
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John Axtell our Head of School, told a packed assembly hall at our recent annual awards evening, that the school had deservedly won its place among the top two schools in Suffolk for achievement – with 59% of students achieving level 5 or higher in their GCSEs in 2017. He continued to wow the audience with the news that in total, 79% of students achieved a level 4 or more which puts the school among the top three schools in Suffolk in that respect.
Mr Axtell said “I am truly…Continue
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