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Stanborough School
A popular school for ages 11-18 with a long tradition of excellent teaching and learning
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Stanborough School 2h
Here's the Weekly Careers Bulletin full of links to Speakers for Schools and Spotlight on Transport & Logistics. Take time to watch the videos and consider careers that you never knew existed. Send completed worksheets to Mrs Adams to receive well deserved positive points.
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Stanborough School Jun 3
Home learning - well done to Imani C for developing her artistic skills. It has been a tough few months after being told that she will not be sitting her GCSE exams due to Covid 19 but she has kept positive and tried to appreciate all the special things in her life. Well done! MJ
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Stanborough School Jun 3
Home Learning - well done to Ben H for supporting his family in setting up the tent in the lead up to their “holiday”. In these tough times where we miss our friends and the routine of being in school, we all need to make the small things in life extra special! Well done Ben! MJ
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Stanborough School Jun 3
Due to the lockdown, there had been a delay in the appointment of our Head of School team. Please keep an eye on ClassCharts for further information on our Virtual Heads of School Hustings. Good luck to our candidates. Mrs John
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Stanborough School Jun 2
Stand together as a united community.
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Stanborough School Jun 2
Our word of the week this week is ‘benevolent’. Use our helpful breakdown of the word to develop your understanding of this word and think about how it can be used in subjects across the curriculum.
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Stanborough School Jun 1
NEW TEACHING BLOCK - work is progressing very well on the new build (16 classrooms and 2 compass rooms). The Humanities, Languages and Compass staff are all super excited that they will be moving into their new teaching base before the end of the summer holidays! Mrs John
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Stanborough School Jun 1
NEW TEACHING BLOCK - work is progressing very well on the new build (16 classrooms and 2 compass rooms). The Humanities, Languages and Compass staff are all super excited that they will be moving into their new teaching base before the end of the summer holidays! Mrs John
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Stanborough School Jun 1
NEW MUSIC & DRAMA BLOCK - the foundations will be laid in the next 2 days. This will be located at the back of the 6th form block, over looking Stanborough lakes. Wonderful to see the site today and hear about the successful archaeological developments! Exciting times! Mrs John
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Stanborough School Jun 1
NEW MUSIC & DRAMA BLOCK - the foundations will be laid in the next 2 days. This will be located at the back of the 6th form block, over looking Stanborough lakes. Wonderful to see the site today and hear about the successful archaeological developments! Mrs John
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Stanborough School Jun 1
Wonderful to see this and look forward to the virtual exhibition.
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ADT@ Stanborough Jun 1
Unfortunately year 11 will not be able to exhibit their work in the traditional way this year so I am currently working on a virtual format to share their success. (In progress) .
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Stanborough School Jun 1
Welcome back to another half term of home learning and what better way to start the half term than with a fitness video from our talented PE team. This week it’s circuits with Mr Foster. Good luck!
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Stanborough School May 31
Replying to @RMacfarlaneEdu
Thank you Rachel. We stay strong that this will all pass soon and we can just do our best each day - ensuring that our students and staff are at the heart of every decision we make.
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Ofqual May 22
Students - you can have your say on plans for an GCSE/AS/A level autumn exam series by taking part in our consultation.
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Stanborough School May 30
Staff lockdown - Mrs Stratton has been busy homeschooling her children & keeping in touch with our students too. She has kept positive by enjoying the countryside with her family but also maintaining her running. She has completed 2 half marathons this month! Keep positive! MJ
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Stanborough School May 29
The beautiful Bushey rose garden on my morning run! Enjoying the peace & quiet on the last day of the half term break. Look forward to our last half term & welcoming back some Year 10 & 12 students from June 15th even if on a phased programme. Miss the students & staff! Mrs John
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Stanborough School May 28
Home learning - well done to Samantha W for giving up her time to support the NHS. During lockdown she has been making premature baby hats for lister hospital. Her target is to make 100 hats for the babies at Lister. Well done Samantha! We are so proud of you! Mrs John
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Stanborough School May 28
Home learning - well done to Daniel H for taking the time out to develop his first website. He has worked hard to create a website to promote Max C’s new online business!! He has designed a logo and made a system to log orders efficiently. Well done! MJ
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Stanborough School May 28
Home learning - well done to Mercedes H for taking the time out to develop her baking skills! Excellent effort on her sister’s birthday cake as well as on the chocolate brownies! Stunning barbie cake! Keep positive Mercedes! Mrs John
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