• Sundae Friday: Hot Chocolate Friday 12 July 12th, Jul 2019- The final Sundae Friday winners of the 2018-2019 academic year were the following fantastic students: Kate, who is ‘always good and extra helpful’ and has made excellent contributions to the form; Oliver, who is a ‘lovely student’ that has learned resilience and, like Kate, is always helpful; Jamie, who is simply an ‘excellent student’; Tanith, […]
  • Unsung heroes scoop top honours at County Teaching Awards 10th, Jul 2019- Two caretakers at Stokesley School and Sixth Form College have gone to the top of the class after being honoured at a prestigious educational awards ceremony. Dave Harston and Ollie Williams scooped the award for outstanding non-teaching team in a secondary setting at the North Yorkshire County Council Teaching Awards, hosted at a glittering ceremony […]
  • Anyone for tennis? 9th, Jul 2019- Congratulations to Jasmine Foster and Roisin Dunkley who have been selected for the U13 Area Tennis. Both represented the Area team competing in a tournament at Ryedale School. A fantastic achievement, well done Jasmine and Roisin.
  • Sundae Friday: Hot Chocolate Friday 5th July 6th, Jul 2019- Today’s Sundae Friday students were: Joanna whose Head of House described her as a ‘good egg’, someone who never gets into trouble, works hard and always wants to do well. She has a mature attitude, is always kind and respectful and has excellent attendance; Will who was simply described as a ‘great ambassador’ for the […]
  • Alumnus Sean Devereux talks design, robots and lots of Lego! 4th, Jul 2019- I’ve been an employee of Labman Automation, a bespoke robotics manufacturer based in Seamer, just outside of Stokesley for three years. My journey towards this career in engineering all began at Stokesley School and Sixth Form. Labman make a diverse range of weird and wonderful machines for large companies all over the world. Companies typically […]
  • Geographers enjoy a great weekend at Bewerley Park 3rd, Jul 2019- Over the weekend of the 28th to the 30th June, the Geography Department  took 35 students to the Bewerley Park Outward Bounds Centre in Pateley Bridge. The aim of the weekend was developing team skills and an appreciation of the outdoor environment. The students took part in a number of activities, including ghyll scrambling, high […]
  • Stokesley students reveal plans to create an oasis of calm 2nd, Jul 2019- The vision of a group of Stokesley School students, to create a Zen Garden in the grounds of their school, is moving a step closer to becoming a reality. The Zen Garden was the brain child of Donna-Marie Brosnan, acting Head of Rowan House, who was inspired to create an area to support and enrich […]
  • Geography students go out in the field 28th, Jun 2019- GCSE Fieldwork 109 Year 10 GCSE students visited Redcar on Monday 17th June as part of their GCSE Geography course. All students have to carry out a human and physical geographical enquiry and their understanding of this will be tested in their unit 3 exam. We went to Redcar to see if the hard defences […]
  • Sundae Friday: Hot Chocolate Friday 28 June 28th, Jun 2019- Today’s Sundae Friday was a particularly special one. The whole of R – SH tutor group were invited to attend. This was to celebrate them being proud winners of the recent attendance league. Good attendance is crucial to achieving well in school so Mr Heslop’s tutor group were all very deserving of their ice-creams on […]
  • Students with 100% attendance treat their families to a meal out 28th, Jun 2019- Four local restaurants have treated four lucky Stokesley School students and their families to a meal out. The owners of Chapters Deli, The Mill, Panda Chinese Restaurant and The Stokesley Diner are putting their support behind the school’s Attendance League initiative to encourage and recognise good attendance. Restaurant vouchers were given to the four lucky […]

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