Tribute to Ms Byng

Daniel HopaAlumni, News

Dear Ms Byng, You have left us too soon, but what you have given us will stay with us forever. You have shown us what it means to live life to the full, every day, not just to exist. You have taught us that life is all about God, service, laughter, friendship, love, maths and mangoes. You have given us … Read More

Our Moment In History

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On the 21st of June 2016, Stanborough School was invited to Parliament to watch and participate in the Disenfranchised Voices: The Big EU Youth Debate. Were all the students who attended debate training interested in debating? No. To be honest, at first the only reason some of us attended was because our friends were going. However, we started to engage … Read More

My Time In Parliament

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Throughout this year I have attended our schools debate club. This club gave me the necessary experience and skills I need for debating. It taught me how to debate in public, and to put across my points convincingly, so that I am now able to persuade others to join my side. Then on Tuesday 21st June 2016 I was given … Read More

STOP International London to Paris Cycle Ride 2016

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After months of planning, gruelling training, and meticulous preparation, we were one week away from the start of the fourth STOP International Sponsored London to Paris cycle ride, when we heard the news. Paris was in the middle of a fuel crisis and there were protesters on the streets. The media informed us that the situation was growing worse by … Read More

Stanborough Short Stories Book Is Here

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A few days ago… We have worked tirelessly to write and illustrate a book of short stories this year and lo and behold, the proofbound copy of the book has arrived already and it looks… A few more days and all the budding authors will get to hold a copy of the book they’ve written in their hands! And now… … Read More

Adam Gibbard – Alumni Update

Daniel HopaAlumni

Recently TheEngineer.co.uk published an article about Adam Gibbard  – a former Stanborough Student. The article talks about his path into BAE Systems, what the placements have been like so far and what interesting projects BAE has lined up for the future. For the full article please go to: http://www.theengineer.co.uk/sea-change-life-as-a-graduate-naval-architect-for-bae-systems/#.VyosgnCfN30.linkedin Needless to say, we are very proud of Adam and his successes so far!It is always exciting … Read More

Telephone Scam Warning

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We have been informed of an unscrupulous person who contacted people pretending to be a school parent and requesting funds for school fees. Should you have any doubts about the authenticity of a phone call or an email, please contact us immediately.

Stanborough Short Stories Book 2016

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Thirty students have written and illustrated a 180 pages book of short stories! To puchase the e-book please e-mail Mrs Milis-Hopa at [email protected] To order a hard copy please e-mail [email protected] by Thursday April 7, 2016. Short Stories Sample The prices are as follows: E-book: 5,00 GBP Hard copy: 15,00 GBP Congratulations, all the young budding authors! Mrs Milis-Hopa, project … Read More

9x starring in “Much Ado About Nothing”

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During half-terms III and IV year 9x students have been studying Shakespeare’s, “Much Ado About Nothing”. No, not studying it! Falling in love with it! 🙂   Now, if we had a choice, “Much Ado About Nothing”’s characters would talk like this: But we don’t have a choice, and so we, as “Much Ado About Nothing” characters, had to sound … Read More

Something I Like About Stanborough

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On Friday 18th of March the Year 7 students took assembly. They delighted us by recounting what they liked about Stanborough. We were so touched, we wanted to share their speeches with you… Ana I like Stanborough School because the staff always take care of us and are always concerned that things are going well and that we are feeling happy. All the teachers help us … Read More