Open Evening for Prospective Year 7 Students
Wednesday 19th September 6.00 pm – 8.15 pm
I am pleased to invite you to our annual Open Evening. This evening is designed for prospective students who would like to join Stowupland in Year 7 in September 2019.
There will be the opportunity to attend a general presentation in the Drama Studio and to see a range of work and displays from all subject areas. Staff will be on hand to offer advice and answer questions and different groups such as The School Council, the Sixth Form Mentors and The Governing Body will also be represented so that students, parents and carers can gain a greater insight into the life of the school.
The evening will begin at 6.00pm and general presentations will take place in the Drama Studio at the following times:
|6.15 pm||Parents/Students from Bacton, Cedars Park, Freeman and Mendlesham Schools|
|7.00 pm||Parents/Students from Crawfords, Old Newton and other schools|
The presentation will be the same for both sessions and, by providing two opportunities, we hope to ensure that all parents and students can be seated comfortably.
Parents and students attending the later session are welcome to arrive at 6.00pm and to tour the school prior to the general presentation. Sixth Form students will be available to take tours, or parents and students may prefer to follow the map provided on the evening.
We are also offering a “Tea and Tour” with the Headteacher every Tuesday and Friday morning, starting on 25th September and continuing throughout the first half of Autumn Term, from 09.15 – 10.45am. If you would like to book a place, please contact Mrs S Stringer on [email protected].
A new prospectus is accessible on our website and hard copies will be available on the evening itself.
We look forward to welcoming you to Stowupland.
Ms WA Baster, Headteacher
Rights, Responsibilities, Respect
Monday 22nd October – Friday 26th October
"Students are set aspirational targets which, because of high teacher expectations, they strive to achieve. Teachers use a variety of active teaching methods to interest and stimulate students so that they want to learn. Students’ behaviour around the school and in lessons is good. There is an atmosphere of mutual respect which is characterised by the friendly, welcoming manner with which students greet each other and visitors. Students feel safe and well cared for by the school. Behaviour in the sixth form is exemplary."