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29/06/22

On Wednesday 27 July 10am-2pm, de Stafford are offering a pre-loved uniform sale. Uniform will be available for all year groups at a suggested donation of £1+ per item! https://t.co/xwzGazomi0

15/06/22

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Please feel free to pop down and support this important cause and see just how hard our students have been working! https://t.co/FiDjihMWwX

09/06/22

Please feel free to pop down and support this important cause and see just how hard our students have been working! https://t.co/FiDjihMWwX

08/06/22

We are looking forward to welcoming visitors on Thursday 7 July from 5-8pm for our Open Evening! Presentations will take place at 5pm, 6pm and 7pm and tours are available throughout the evening. There is no need to pre-register, so we look forward to seeing you there! https://t.co/3UFjCZRgVE

08/06/22

Our Year 10 Drama students were lucky enough to visit our partners Reigate College today. They had a tour of the Performing Arts facilities and took part in an acting skills workshop, aimed at supporting them with their current assessment unit focused on devising 🎭 https://t.co/CzocmsF5L5

06/06/22

We are extremely proud to announce that de Stafford School has been awarded a "Silver" for our School Games Mark this academic year! 🥳 This is a huge achievement and we would like to thank everyone who put in so much hard work to make this possible 🏅 https://t.co/6Jrbu9t7FG

25/05/22

Our Year 11 Drama students enjoying their last ever lesson making memories❤️🎭 https://t.co/U1XJMKbJYS

20/05/22

The Sewing for Hope Club is on the final leg of the race! We have been crafting, stitching, sewing and embroidering Ukraine products which we will be selling in Caterham Valley after the half term holiday. #StandWithUkraine https://t.co/3RRHYSOH2W

18/05/22

Our Year 10 students had the pleasure of attending a Numeracy at Work Panel hosted by Claire Coutinho, MP for East Surrey, and Rachel Hopcroft, Head of Corporate Affairs at KPMG UK. Thank you for taking your time to come and visit us here at de Stafford School 🙏 https://t.co/50iHlpp3nw

28/04/22

We are pleased to announce that the first batch is ready to sell! The team have been working hard and should be proud of themselves. These will be available to purchase next week from Reception and during lunchtime from Room 45. 🇺🇦 https://t.co/XeQijfygSn

27/04/22

Congratulations to the winners of the Spanish Easter Egg competition run by Miss Fantana 🥳 What absolutely cracking designs you all came up with, well done! 👏 https://t.co/6V0rWpXuTU

26/04/22

"Every stitch is a thought, every thought is a prayer” Students meet every Monday, Wednesday and Friday lunchtime to continue to raise funds for the Ukraine by sewing blue and yellow ribbons together, making badges and friendship bracelets to sell to the community! https://t.co/NsOneuMDwC

21/04/22

📸Tomorrow morning is the Year 11 Group Photograph! Please ensure your child is dressed in full school uniform, adhering to the uniform policy which can be found on our website - https://t.co/NecMtkIwVx This will be a lovely keepsake to look back on in years to come! 📸

01/04/22

It was our Year 9 & 10 Students who received top Attitude to Learning scores this week. They were invited down to celebrate their success over cookies and hot chocolate 🍪☕️ with Mr Place, Head of School. Well done to each and every one of you and keep up the hard work 💪 https://t.co/mIE9QiGlLL

31/03/22

A reminder to parents and carers that the school closes at the earlier time of 12:35pm tomorrow for the Easter break and students will return to school on Tuesday 19 April. https://t.co/8byYS72AHQ

24/03/22

Do you have a passion for reading? 📖 We are looking for adult volunteers to assist students with reading during library lessons, for a minimum of 1 hour every week. If you are interested, please email Natalie Rose: nrose1.org.uk for more details. https://t.co/i8GBaDag0I

23/03/22

Well done to Miss Benjafield’s 10XRE1 class for their debate over the use of excessive weaponry during an RE debate. Students shared some excellent and well thought out views, including historical and modern events. Excellent work year 10! 👏

17/03/22

Today our Year 8 X band students visited The Natural History Museum. It was great to see the students back out on school visits and representing the school in such a positive light. We hope their minds are exploding with new knowledge, ready to take it back to the classroom! 🤯 https://t.co/zZbdcmNZXn

15/03/22

📣YEAR 7 PARENTS' & CARERS' EVENING A reminder that the online booking system goes live at 6pm today for our virtual Year 7 Parents' & Carers' Evening on Wednesday 23rd March. Full details and a user guide can be found our website here https://t.co/KKRH19ZUcF... or in ParentMail. https://t.co/K1ac1uJtNk

14/03/22

📖Reading enthusiasts required! We are looking for adult volunteers to assist students engage with reading during library lessons. If this is something you would be interested in, please email Natalie Rose: nrose1.org.uk

Posted on: 12/08/2021

GCSE Results 2021

We are extremely proud of all our students for displaying such maturity, resilience and fortitude during the unprecedented and uncertain times caused by the coronavirus pandemic. This year, following the cancellation of exams, grades were informed by school-based assessments against a national standard and were quality assured via a robust and rigorous standardisation process by the exam boards.

As a cohort, the Class of 2021 achieved an excellent set of GCSE results. It is only right that we acknowledge and recognise the hard work, commitment and perseverance that were essential ingredients to their success. Even though they were unable to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in formal examinations this summer, the students deserve enormous credit and should feel proud of their academic achievements.

The outcomes achieved do not happen by accident and are a testament to the dedication of the students as well as the excellent support and guidance provided by staff and parents/carers. The fact that the vast majority of de Stafford students leave with such positive outcomes is a reflection of the strong academic progress they have made in their time at the school. However, the year group contributed so much to the school community and we are just as proud of the way in which they have developed into highly aspirational and confident young adults, comfortable of their place in society and the positive contribution they can make to it.

The following students received a high proportion of the top grades; Fatima Elbasir, Sam Murphy, Josh Murphy, Leonor Pereira, Jessica Ankers, Liberty Thompson, Lottie Cooper-Beirne, Megan Thomas, Lucy Spurgin, Katie Conway and Ammon Read.

Whilst rightly celebrating the fantastic achievements of the high attainers, the school was delighted with the progress made by all students from their different academic starting points. The following students deserve special recognition for the outstanding progress they made during their time with us; Ammon Read, Tyler Soar, Shara Richards, Lottie Cooper-Beirne, Ethan Jessamy, Liberty Thompson and Mia Hickey.

We wish the students well as they move onto the next phase of their education with our full support and best wishes.

 

Jeremy Garner, Executive Headteacher      Jeff Place, Head of School