Stoke College recognises the importance of Food Technology as an essential life skill
The STEM Journal is a super- curricular blog, written by the STEM prefects.
In February 2022 Ellie (Yr 12) auditioned for the National Youth Music Theatre
Ruby in Year 11 who will be joining Stoke 6 on a Scholarship in September has written about her quest for a summer job and some valuable work experience.
Our Stoke College community offers warm congratulations and a huge round of applause to Mr Olyver who has recently completed
Year 12 Mathematics students at Stoke College recently completed the National Senior Mathematics Challenge competition, achieving a tremendous set of
Sixth Form Geographer has been keeping a close eye on the COP26 Climate Summit – here’s her take on it.
Stoke College students have achieved outstanding GCSE results: 60% of grades in the top 9-7 bracket and 95% at the ‘strong pass’ of 9-5.
Stoke College students have achieved outstanding A Level results: 90% A*-A, performing well above the national average.
Former Stoke College pupil and now artist, Henry Driver, was recently commissioned by the BBC and the Arts Council in the production of “Secrets of the Soil”
As inspired by the Kenny Rogers song…
We’re launching a series of Forest School courses over the summer and look forward to welcoming students to our beautiful campus.
A day of fieldwork in Hatfield forest for Freya as she commenced the pilot study for her A Level Geography Independent Investigation.
Stoke boarders were given the challenge of building a totally interconnected giant train track using over 150 pieces
We were delighted to celebrate a wide range of achievements amongst our younger students on Tuesday 29th June.
At the end of the Spring Term a number of our Year 11 mathematicians took park in the Intermediate Maths Challenge.
On 21st June the highly acclaimed journalist, broadcaster and BB Presenter, David Dimbleby hosted MFL Question Time for Languagenut, a panel discussion with a focus on teachers of Modern Foreign Languages.
We recently added a defribulator to the wall of the Stables Boarding House, within easy reach of the playground.
Stoke College is pleased to announce a new initiative, initially for a trial period of 1 year.
On Friday 28th May we held our River Festival. Activities ranged from Rubber Duck Painting and Ship Building, to Shelter and Campfire Building in the woods, to photography and poetry workshops, Biodiversity sessions and much, much more.