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25th November
Winter Music Concert, 7PM

26th  November
Early Finish for Students, 1pm
PTS, 2-5pm

27th November
Occasional Day: School Closed

4th December
Christmas Evening of  Dance, Hall 7-9pm

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House Dance

For this year’s House Dance we built on last year’s success and again held the event in the evening.  We had over 75 students involved in the competition which is the largest number since the competition began four years ago.  The students were responsible for all of the costumes, make up and choreography.

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House Dance

Bosch Roadshow visits Stanborough

Remembrance Day

Students and staff at Stanborough school observed a two minute silence for Remembrance Day. Mr Collinson, Mr Crann, Callum Elliott and Jonny Baynes played The Last Post during this time. The sounds of their trumpets could be heard throughout the corridors as students remembered those who have given their lives to conflicts throughout the world.

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Fifty Year 9 and 10 girls took part in House Netball. Some girls were regular netball players and others showed up to play and support their team for the event even though netball was not their number one sport. There was a good level of play and it was great to see so many students taking part.

Year 9 & 10 House Netball

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We were very lucky to receive a visit from Tulsi, a beneficiary of ‘The Katie Piper Foundation’ and a burns survivor. Year 10 had an assembly with Tulsi who told her emotive story and talked about the Foundation. When Tulsi was 10, she was involved in a plane crash in India which left her with third degree burns on her face, arms and legs, and killed her mother, father and brother.

Year 10 Assembly with Guest Speaker from The Katie Piper Foundation

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