Article 2 – “The UN should condemn human right violations based on sexual orientation” On Thursday 10th of October, the Stamford Model UN discussed their second Article. The main block of countries who attended the conference where USA; France; UK; Croatia; Nigeria; Russia; Saudi Arabia and UAE. The votes for the motion were 5 – […]
“We all got so soaked going around the Washington Monuments, but we had a fantastic time, and it the rain did ease off later, when we went to the Monument at dusk.” Freddie Shaw. .
Article 1: “the UN would disarm all nuclear weapons” The Delegate of Canada (Lottie) stated that Canada had no nuclear weapons and Canada supports disarmament this is because Canada observes the damaging effect on people as completely un-Ethical. In Hiroshima and Nagasaki, there were 129,000 deaths and the acute effects caused 250,00 deaths in the […]
400 Up! As we near the end of the second academic year of its life I am pleased to report that the SES Blog has just hit 400 Blogs Posts! The Stamford Endowed Community is rightly proud of the safe forum that it has provided for students to begin to find their digital student voice. […]
On the 3rd July 2019, Stamford Endowed Schools had its first ever charity debate in support of the charity Mindspace and we managed to raise a total of £330 in for this charity. The charity debate was the idea of one of the current Debating Captains, Tom Watson, who chaired and planned the debate superbly. […]
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Brettle Horrocks-Taylor Cup 2019 On Thursday 20th May 2019, seven Year 9 Stamford School students and four Year 10 Stamford High School students travelled to Uppingham School for the annual Brettle-Horrocks Taylor Cup. Students from local schools Uppingham, Oundle, Oakham and of course Stamford, competed in four evenly-contested debates. Hosted in the magnificent Lecture Theatre […]
‘#MeToo: Women and The Duchess of Malfi’ Lecture: On Thursday evening, SES Sixth Form English Literature students were treated to a lecture on The Duchess of Malfi by the PhD student Stephanie Collins from the University of Leicester. Stephanie Collins’ main interests lie in medieval literature and history, which was really displayed in her […]
Y12 Geography Field Trip to Wales Write-up By Grace Newton and Darcy Johnson On Friday, the 8th February 2019 the year 12 A Level geography students went to the Rhyd-y-Creuau Field centre in Snowdonia. It was a 5-day trip to collect data to prepare for our compulsory personal investigation known as the NEA (Non-Examined […]