The nights are drawing in, the air is damp, cold and winter is well on its way. The television gives other clues about the time of year, as it is littered with Christmas adverts. Big name brands enter into the annual competition, known in some media circles as battle of the adverts. Designed to pull on our heart strings, these campaigns are created to get us to part with our money in their stores, giving them a bigger slice of the lucrative Christmas market. Some of these adverts cost £1million to produce, just imagine what that money could do around the world. Excessive money aside, the adverts do convey messages of love, sharing and family which are important no matter the time of year. Not everyone is going to be enjoying the festive time for many reasons: they may live on their own; be infirm or be living in poverty.
At Stockland Green we encourage our students to think about others throughout the year. At this time of year we are always overwhelmed by the generosity of our families, in our annual collection for our local food bank. A larger vehicle was needed to take away last year’s offerings and there was a great feeling from our students, knowing that their donations were going to help make the holiday season more enjoyable for families within the community. These events help to develop community spirit- something that is in abundance at Stockland Green School
Stockland Green School students are celebrating an increase in the % of students achieving the top grades. The number of students who achieved at least 3 A*- A, has doubled since 2013.
Stockland Green Heads Marie George and Tracey Peters said they are pleased to see more students achieving these outstanding grades. This has been realised through the hard work and dedication of staff, students and parents working together. This will enable more students than ever before to access their first choice post 16 courses and to continue to realise their potential.
Some notable achievers are Julia Sadka and Alex Sarker, 8 A* and A, Chantel Regnart, 7A* and A, Anam Firasat and Luke Secrett , 6 A* and A, Niamh Tame, Connor East Goodman and Bethany Davies 4 A* and A. We are very proud of all our students and their achievements and wish them well for the future.
Tracey Peters and Marie George
Year 11 revision programme
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The new Stockland Green School Prospectus 2014
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Latest Ofsted Report
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