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.
Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital
Four Stowmarket High School students travelled to the world famous Great Ormond Street Children’s’ Hospital on Friday to hand over a cheque for £5162.20. The money was raised by students following a whole school 10 mile sponsored walk around the countryside in July.
Pictured L to R is Hogan Cobbold (with Gus Rourke- Beasley), Aidan Riches, Ben Last and Matthew Chapelle.
Both Aidan and Ben raised the highest amount of money individually.
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Students celebrate successful completion of Comenius project
Two years after Stowmarket High School and its German partner school the Eckenberg-Gymnasium were granted EU-funding through the British Council, their joint project “An Interactive Novel on Anglo-German History” is now complete.
The novel is set against a backdrop of the Second World War, with the British students writing from the German point of view and the German students from a British perspective, thereby intensifying the intercultural learning process.
As part of the project, students spent two 10-day exchanges with partners and their host families in Stowmarket and Adelsheim, Germany, where they had the opportunity to carry out research, spend time in their partner school and visit places of local interest. The novel is available in printed form and copies can be obtained free of charge through Reception or can be read simply by clicking on the link below.
An Interactive Novel on Anglo-German History
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Louise Hits The Heights For Charity
Sixth former Louise Clarke zipwired her way across the pitch at Portman Road back in August. Recently she got to go on the pitch at Carrow Road during half time in the Norwich v. Cardiff game to present a cheque to the Sporting Light Appeal as a thank you from them for raising so much money. Altogether she has raised just over £560 without gift aid. great effort!
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Year 11 Parents' Evening
Tuesday 10th December