The pupils from Year 1 visited the Haverhill food bank to present the donations kindly given by parents at the Harvest Festival today. The pupils were given a short tour of the Foodbank and were able to see how the food was stored and given a short talk on how the food is distributed.
On Wednesday we hosted our first U9s hockey fixture of the year with Gosfield and Cambridge International School as the visiting teams.
Our hockey team was made up of year 4, year 3 and even one year 2 player. Our young side did not falter at the tough competition and the bigger sides.
On Tuesday our senior girls played hockey against Cambridge International School at home.
An early goal in the first half from Rosie, from a fabulous cross by Milly, and fantastic saves from Timia all kept us ahead early on.
Year 5 went on a trip to Kentwell Hall last week to find out about life in Tudor times. We learnt a lot during our visit and particularly enjoyed finding out gruesome facts! The children had a wonderful day and gained much from the experience. We look forward to our next trip.Read More
U15 hockey v Gosfield 20th September
Lost 8-1. Goal scorer was Olivia from an excellent, well-worked penalty corner.
The players of the match were Anne in goal and new student, Anneke, for excellent defending all game.
The first fixture of the season was an inaugural quadrangular U11 and U13 football and hockey tournament hosted by Walden School on the 22nd September.
The U11 played CIS first and a hat-trick from Jess in year 6 and a clean sheet from Goal Keeper Holly saw Stoke secure their first win of 3-0.
Year 11 geographers headed to the coast again on another beautiful sunny day to complete the fieldwork for their controlled assessments. Their task was to investigate the management of the coast at Walton-on-the-Naze.
Year 9 are currently learning about the History of Pop music and how it originated from Jazz and Blues. They have been introduced to the ‘Diddley Bow’ (an early type of blues guitar made out of a plank, some nails and a tin can). Harvey (Yr 9) decided to make his own – now he needs to learn how to play it like Seasick Steve!