Anon blogs: Life as a New Student at the Endowed Schools.

Life as a New Student at The Endowed Schools Walking. The Stamford Sixth Form really understands ‘walking’. For me, the walk between the two sites is totally foreign as my old school was much smaller than Stamford. The walk is manageable and chocolate from Tesco makes is more bearable; as I am sure the majority […]

Pip Franks blogs Rotational Falls.

Rotational Falls: An abridged EPQ I chose to complete an EPQ as my enrichment option to support my A-Levels last year and as someone who enjoys riding and have friends who compete in eventing, I was intrigued to find out more about the sport and its associated dangers. I chose Rotational Falls. Don’t panic, I […]

Poet Anna Smith, blogs her debut work: ‘Freedom’

Freedom The swallows danced like ballerinas To the serene song of spring. They arrived like soaring angels Oh the beauty that they bring.   They flew, they were so tranquil Light as violin’s tune. Gently, gently gliding Lit by the light of the moon.   They raised their young Day and night Their home was […]

Tabitha and Sophie Interview Mrs Buckman

  Did you always want to be a teacher and why? “Yes, because my dad was a headmaster and my brothers are teachers so I grew up with a teaching family.” What’s your favourite food? “I know it’s very simple, but fish and chips!” What’s the funniest thing that happened to you as a teacher? […]

Sam Brunswick Blogs: Climbing Trip to Burbage South, Peak District.

The Trip The school climbing group led by the fantastic Mr Smith went to Burbage South in the Peak District on Sunday 24th Sept. There were only four student climbers which meant more 1-1 teaching to improve our technique. As long-standing members of the club Jonty Mason and I also found that we coach and […]

Bruce dominates on World Stage! Blogs Sam Hughes.

ALTHOUGH IT WAS RAINING IN ENGLAND OVER THE SUMMER, IT WAS RAINING GOLD IN CANADA FOR BRUCE DEE.   Whilst most ten year olds were spending their summer resting and relaxing, Stamford Junior School boy Bruce Dee was competing on the other side of the globe becoming, the best boy in the world for his […]

Stamford 2nd XV second-half show stuns Stowe. Flanker Angus Macbeth blogs report.

2nd XV Rugby Report Stamford 30 – Stowe 6 On Saturday 23th September 2017, Stamford entertained Stowe. Both sides had something to prove. Stamford were looking to respond to a slightly disappointing draw at Oakham the week before, whilst Stowe were hoping to bounce back from a home defeat to Cheltenham College. Pre-match there was […]

OS Gabriel Smithson (2017) tells us why University is not the only option.

Hello to all current Stamfordians reading this, my name is Gabriel Smithson and I finished Sixth Form just last year (June 2017). The reason I am writing this article is because my old politics teacher, Mr Tuck, asked me to raise awareness about apprenticeships and trainee schemes, which we both believe is a path not […]