Year 8 Residential

This year’s Year 8 Outdoor Education Residential followed the successful programme of the last two years: The Adventure Race, run by the locally based Spirit of Adventure.

First Tech Challenge 2019 Robot Ruckus

On Thursday 14th March, after two terms building and coding our robot, team UK-014 went off to take part in the First Tech Challenge 2019 at the Concorde Conference Centre in Manchester.

Pupil Questionnaire

In order to ensure we are meeting the needs of our pupils, we are carrying out pupil questionnaires with all the children in the school (Year 3+). We value their feedback and encourage our pupils to be open and honest when completing their questionnaire.

Nursery Spring Tea Party

This week, Nursery pupils invited their families in for a spring celebration. They have been using a story map to develop storytelling and language skills and they used the map to teach the parents the actions they made up to retell the story.

Careers Fair

Last Thursday Year 10 visited the Skills Southwest event at Plymouth Pavilions. They were given the opportunity of exploring hands-on exhibits from a wide range of careers and industries, as well as talking to representatives from Universities from across the south west and Wales.

SPS Production

When the evil Sheriff of Nottingham and his gormless guards threaten the villagers of Sherwood, feisty Maid Marion hired a band of freedom fighters for protection.

Stover Life

Welcome to the Stover School Weekly Bulletin featuring all the information about recent and upcoming news and events across the school.

i25 Finalist

i25 Awards – Watch the Video

Stover School is delighted to be nominated for an award recognising our Researched Based Learning curriculum.
The judges were looking for outstanding examples of innovation or influence made by individuals in the independent sector.

Pi Day

This week, Stover School has been celebrating National Pi Day and all years took part in fun activities based around the mathematical symbol and its meanings.

Upcoming SPS Events

It is hard to believe that we only have two weeks before we break for Easter. Thank you to all those parents who supported at our Cross-Country Event and recent music assemblies. I would like to take this opportunity to once again celebrate the achievements of our pupils over the course of this term so far, whether academic, sporting or musical; many of which have been mentioned in our weekly ‘Stover Life’ bulletin.

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