U13s blog Hockey success at the Regionals

What an honour, and a great achievement, for Stamford High School to be (once again) one of 16 teams from the counties of Lincolnshire, Kent, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, Essex, Norfolk and Hertfordshire to compete at a high level of quality hockey in this year’s National Schools’ (Regional Round) In2Hockey Championship. The U13 team were pooled […]

Head Girl Holly Blogs about the opportunitites of the Arkwright Engineering Scholarship.

My path to engineering. Starting in the Autumn term of Year 11, my journey began with the ‘Arkwright Engineering Scholarship’. It looks for those who are interested in an engineering-based career, and the next generation of leaders in ‘engineering, computing and technical design’. Over the Christmas holidays I completed an online application based on my […]

Abigail blogs about the Autumn Concert

The Autumn Concert by Abigail McKee On Wednesday night (28/11/18) I performed in the Autumn Concert at the OE hall, along with many of my friends. It was a very enjoyable experience for all involved, a particular highlight for me was performing in Percussion band playing Brazil and Street Song. I was playing the glockenspiel […]

Mattias and Eloise Blog about the amazing Iceland Geography Trip.

Iceland 2018 During the Autumn half term, a group of 57 year 11 Geographers had the amazing opportunity to go on a ge-ographically filled tour of Iceland’s south coast to see its many amazing sights, giving us also fascinating in-formation and insights into the GCSE modules we are studying. Day 1 – 31st October 2018 […]

Sports Report

U15 C; the U15C took on a Ratcliffe on Saturday. The girls had to come back from 1-0 down and soon after conceding their first goal saw their first breakthrough to bring it back 1-0 from Gabby Brimley who found herself 1 v 1 with the keeper. Gabby keeping her cool and calming placed the […]

James blogs notes on an eccentric shopkeeper!

Notes on an eccentric shopkeeper And then, quite by chance, I ended up stumbling out of the bus, into an overgrown mini-park. A rusty red telephone box stood in the corner, shrouded by a tangle of messy brambles. “Aha,” I thought, now I could call for help, but alas the iconic British telephone box has […]