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  • Hot Chocolate Friday 22 March 2019 22nd, Mar 2019- Today’s students recognised for being the best they can be were: Emmy, who has excellent behaviour around school and in form – she is always polite and very committed to her studies; Maisy who is described as a ‘wonderful student’ who is ‘extremely supportive’; Neve, who sets a great example to others and is a […]
  • Stokesley students set to tackle Yorkshire Plate rugby final 22nd, Mar 2019- Ten Stokesely School students are limbering up for the final of the Yorkshire Plate rugby final when they will make up over half of the U15 Guisborough RUFC squad. The students train and play for Guisborough, under the watchful eyes of coaches, brothers Dean and Blake Sewell, and Mark Ferguson. There are very close ties […]
  • Finley sprints to success! 21st, Mar 2019- Finley Maynard, age 11, sprinted to success at a recent competition at Gateshead College. The Rowan House student, who was representing Middlesbrough (Mandale) Atheletics Club, competed against 14 other runners in the under 13 race. Finley said of his victory: “I went to Gateshead College for the 60m sprint race. There were two races which […]
  • Exceptional support from employers and training providers at Stokesley School’s Appenticeship Information Evening 19th, Mar 2019- Exceptional support from local businesses and training providers guaranteed Stokesley School’s apprenticeship information evening was a resounding success. From aviation to conservation, beautician to technician, building to filming, there was a fabulous line-up of career avenues represented by employers and colleges at the school’s bi-annual event. The evening was open to all students, attracting many […]
  • Fast and furious Quicksticks hockey tournament 18th, Mar 2019- The Lead On team, five students from Years 8 and 9, welcomed four primary schools (Hutton Rudby, Ingleby Greehow, Osmotherley & Stokesley) to the SSSC Years 3 and 4 Quicksticks Hockey tournament, hosted at Stokesley School. Quicksticks is version of hockey aimed at primary schools students played with a bigger, lighter ball so the action […]
  • Hot Chocolate Friday 15 March 2019 15th, Mar 2019- In the midst of raising money for charity as part of ‘Comic Relief’ and ‘Red Nose Day’, four fantastic students joined me for hot chocolate Friday. Elliot was nominated for being a wonderful asset to his form and the school; Katie is simply an ‘excellent student’; Imogen is a quiet student who contributes a great […]
  • Forty-four students sample home life in Paris 13th, Mar 2019- It’s 5am and Stokesley School car park is strangely alive with excited students triple-checking their essentials.  Phone? Check. Passport? Check. Sheep-shaped travel pillow? Check. It can only mean one thing; the annual Paris home stay trip has arrived! Forty-four year 9 and 10 students, and four teachers, made the journey by coach to be welcomed […]
  • Fantastic five-a-side footballers score £67 for Cancer Research 8th, Mar 2019- A fantastic five-a-side football tournament took place after school on 5th March for any Year 7 students who wanted to represent their house. Around 32 students participated, and what an event it was! Ahead of the tournament, the students decided they would like to donate all proceeds to Cancer Research UK and, by paying £2 […]
  • Year 8 Girls are Area Hockey Champions! 8th, Mar 2019- The Year 8 Girls Hockey team travelled to Cundall Manor to compete in the Hambleton & Richmondshire Area Hockey Tournament. In their first match, against Cundall Manor, they used their pace and positioning to outwit their opponents, with sisters Emma and Zoe scoring the first two early goals.  Cundall Manor pulled one goal back, but […]
  • Student leaders excel at primary multi-skills event 4th, Mar 2019- An eleven-strong team of Year 8 and 9 Stokesley School students demonstrated exceptional leadership skills when they were instrumental in the smooth running of a primary sports event hosted at their school.   The young leaders and Lindsey Asher, Stokesley School Sports’ Co-ordinator, welcomed Foundation Stage Students from local primary schools to come and have a go […]

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