Stowmarket High School - Welcome
Stowmarket High School is a happy and successful school where students are encouraged to grow in confidence and to achieve the very best of which they are capable. We take pride in creating a learning environment where every member of the community is valued and respected.
We aim to be a school where everyone is inspired to become the best they can be and every student receives the best we can provide in teaching, learning and guidance to become well-educated, caring and independent.
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We are delighted to announce that the governors have appointed a new Headteacher for Stowmarket High School.
Dave Lee-Allan was appointed on 22/01/2015. He comes to join us following the retirement of Keith Penn, who has been headteacher for 8 years.
Mr Lee-Allan is currently Interim Principal at The Hathaway Academy in Grays, Essex. He is due to take up his post after Easter when Mr Penn retires.
Staff at the school were delighted with the appointment and look forward to working with the new Headteacher as they continue to make improvements.
Mr Lee-Allan was previously Vice Principal, later acting Principal at Westbourne Academy near Ipswich.
We hope that you will soon have an opportunity to meet our new Headteacher, who said, “I am honoured to be entrusted with the leadership of Stowmarket High School at such an important stage in its history. The determination from the staff and the governors to build upon the work of Mr Penn was something that inspired me to apply for the role. I look forward to working with the entire school community to achieve the very best for the young people of Stowmarket."
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If you have not yet registered, you will need to log on as a first time user. Type in your email address that is registered with the school and request a password. You will receive a password to your registered email account, after which you can use your registered email and newly supplied password to log on to the Go4Schools parent site. You can then change your password to something more memorable using the ‘My Settings’ section of the website.
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MONDAY 16th FEB 2015
at The John Peel Centre, Stowmarket. 6.00pm -9.30 pm.
This FREE event aims to showcase the wealth of talent we have here in school. Any donations received will go to 'CRY' in memory of Lily Webster.
Do come along and join us for a great evening's entertainment.
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This year we are using an online booking system so that you can make appointments directly - no relying on sons and daughters to get the forms in! We will send out emails and letters with a guide so that you can access the system. So far, with our first 2 evenings parents and staff have found the system much easier. If you do have any problems accessing the system we are here to help!
Simply log on at:
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Year 10 students are due to go out in May for two weeks of work experience. We are now in the process of allocating places so if your son or daughter has not yet done so make sure they get their forms in!
Year 13 Parents' Evening:
Thursday 29th January 4.30 - 7.00pm
We are delighted that Brandon Cook, in Year 10, has written a superb short story which we are serialising here on the web site. Please click on the links to follow the story as it unfolds.
Poisoned Soul Part 1
Poisoned Soul Part 2
Poisoned Soul Part 3
Poisoned Soul part 4
Aiden Thomas Jones was only 20 when he was tragically killed by a drink driver on May 1st 2009.
Aiden had his whole life ahead of him and his death left the family heartbroken and totally devastated. They decided as a family to help them come to terms with Aiden’s death theywould like to set up their own charity.
AJ’s Legacy was formed and their aim is to help young people in Stowmarket and the surrounding areas.
Their aim is to help young people with special needs in Stowmarket and the surrounding area. Since AJ’s Legacy was set up in 2011 they have been able to help a number of families as well as the Stowmarket Saturday ASD Club.
See what they do here: