@StradbrokeHigh - 23rd November 2020Congratulations to Kitty in year 10 who has had her story published in this book of the missing - a huge achievement 👍 https://t.co/yAMo1QyeLI
@StradbrokeHigh - 19th November 20202/2 Whether completing standard homework or needing to self-isolate and thus continuing their education at home, children need a dedicated, quiet place to work and often need support to organise their time and ensure they stay free of distractions. We can help!
@StradbrokeHigh - 19th November 2020Now more than ever it is vital that we all understand how to best support our children to work independently at home. Please check your inbox today for a letter explaining the importance of homework and the support we can provide to help you and your child succeed!
@StradbrokeHigh - 19th November 2020Please take time to read this recent article for families, parents and carers of children using TikTok. It is a great feature which explains how to use 'family pairing' on TikTok to help keep your child safe while continuing to use the platform.
@StradbrokeHigh - 16th November 2020Congratulations to the following students who have won the Headteacher's award for outstanding work this week! Make sure you check social media each week for more amazing winners. 😃 https://t.co/fEgictwij6
@StradbrokeHigh - 12th November 2020Celebrating SHS talent: a huge congratulations to Ella, whose short story, "Why now?" has been selected for publication in a book showcasing young writer's work. The book will be titled 'Amazing Tales - a Collection of Creative Writing'. We are VERY proud of you, Ella!🥳🥳 https://t.co/uyZu9nvXd2
@StradbrokeHigh - 11th November 2020“They gave their tomorrows, so we could have our todays.” thank you to our Head Students Jacob and Erin for helping us to honour the brave men and women who gave their lives for the benefit of others. We are humbled and grateful for their service and their sacrifice. https://t.co/WBOW5wQSYq
@StradbrokeHigh - 10th November 2020It's Children in Need this Friday! We can still raise money for this important cause. Pay £1 via parent-pay (to avoid cash please) to wear non-uniform this Friday! 😄 https://t.co/z6RpchsjOp