We were delighted that 28 families came to our Tour Day on Saturday, we had to close bookings, because we
Last year was quite a year for Stoke College. New owners, new head and, then, lockdown.
On 2nd October, we held our first virtual prize giving. It was an evening of speeches, performances and celebration.
This year Stoke College are very excited to be performing Guys and Dolls by Frank Loesser. This is an exciting
As the month of September draws to a close, I would just like to share some highlights of our first few weeks back at school.
The boarders are having so much fun with the activities we’ve planned over the last couple of weeks. ‘Hawaii Five
Clubs and activities have got off to a great start this term and of particular interest was the new cross-country
Year 12 student and aspiring musician, Iona Griffey, found her way into the local press for taking part in a
Dear Friends of Stoke College, What a truly wonderful start to the term we have had. There has been a
Following last week’s A-level results, Stoke College students were celebrating again today. Principal Gareth Lloyd today said, ‘We’re so proud
Stoke College students were celebrating today with some exceptional A-Level results. Key highlights were: 44% of all grades at an
Today we announce the exciting news that Stoke College and Barnardiston Hall Prep are joining together in a partnership to
Dear Parents, Pupils and Future Colleagues of Stoke College, It is such an honour to write a brief word of
We’ve been running a virtual school during lockdown. Want to see what we’ve been up to? Take a look at this.
Before the start of summer term, the teachers recorded a video message for our pupils.
It’s the Weekly Stoke College Online News. Bringing you all the latest stories from lockdown. Your anchor this week is Ellie
We asked the pupils and staff of Stoke College what they are missing most during lockdown.
Stoke College Online Presents: Duthie Dares You! This week our students focus on the speed bounce as part of the weekly PE challenge.
The poet AF Harrold reads a few of his poems especially for Stoke College.
We’ve learnt the importance of keeping some school traditions in place whilst we’re in lockdown.