Reuben HallNews

Dear Parents/Guardians, RE: ISI MONITORING VISIT Following a regulatory ISI Compliance Inspection in March 2019, where the school was found to be non-compliant in several areas, an Action Plan was submitted to the Independent Schools Inspectorate.  The implementation of many actions at Stanborough, resulted in compliance for most areas. This was evidenced in our most recent monitoring report on 19th … Read More

Schools Bible Project Competition

Reuben HallCompetition, News

Last year we entered the Schools Bible Project competition where we studied some of the great events in the life of Jesus Christ and wrote an essay about one of them. Most schools in the UK entered and the list below are last years prize winners. It was our first time and we came forth in this national competition. 1st … Read More

How to login to Show My Homework

Reuben HallNews

Stanborough School uses Show My Homework to help students, teachers and parents track and monitor homework. The guide below explains how to log in to Show My Homework (Parents please click here to jump to the parents’ guide.). Links to Show My Homework can also be found on the main menu of this website. For Staff and Students After going … Read More

Annual Carol Concert

Reuben HallNews

Stanborough School held the annual Carol Concert at the Stanborough Park Church on Tuesday 11th of December, 2018. The programme featured music performed by the school orchestra, choir, and various ensembles, interspersed with Scriptural readings, dramatical presentations and congregational singing. Watch highlights from the concert in the video below.

Garston School wins 3rd prize in Suffragette Competition

Daniel HopaCompetition, News

Richard Harrington MP recently invited schools to an art competition to commemorate 100 years since the Representation of the People Act 1918.  Mr Harrington said “The Representation of the People Act 1918 was a vital step towards the rights women have today, and the centenary of that Act is an important opportunity for us to reflect on our progress.  That … Read More

Up For Marine Engineering?

Daniel HopaClasswork, News

I have never thought about being an engineer before, so I was not particularly excited about this workshop. I like to study maths and physics, but engineering wasn’t an option that I considered until the Marine Engineering Workshop that Stanborough School organised for us.  A friendly marine engineer came to deliver the workshop and it was an interesting experience for … Read More

How Do You Know Summer Is Knocking?

Daniel HopaNews

How do you know summer is knocking? Simple: it starts knocking straight after Stanborough’s Arts Festival! And this year has been no different. Arts Festival was an evening to dazzle: instrumental and vocal music, poetry, drama, drums, dancing and even a wedding. That’s right, Mr Hopa finally shared with the school the truth about how he chose a wife some … Read More

Garston students return from India teaching trip

Daniel HopaNews

Five teenagers from a Garston secondary school spent two weeks in India in February on a character-building trip teaching children in a school attached to an orphanage. Pupils from Stanborough Secondary School have been involved in annual trips to India for the past twenty years since recently-retired science teacher Kish Poddar took a group of 14 students to a small … Read More

Spectacular Swimming Gala

Liubov Milis-HopaNews

On Monday January 15th, Stanborough students took part in the much-anticipated Annual Swimming Gala. Despite the cold, grey and rainy weather, Mr Allen, Mr Prince and Mrs Zivanov drove the excited students to Westminster Lodge Leisure Centre. Students from Year 7 all the way to Year 10 joined the competition. The time-keepers and referees were Ms Brewster, Mrs Pavlovic and … Read More