Category Archives: Stokesley School

Stokesley School: Students inspired by innovation at Labman

A group of students, from Stokesley School and Sixth Form College, enjoyed a taste of working life when Labman opened their doors for a tour around their state-of-the art facilities. Labman employs 100 staff at their HQ in Seamer Hill, and are experts in the design and manufacture of bespoke robotic automation systems for the […]

Stokesley School: Top honours for Emily at national dressage championship

A Stokesley School student has taken top honours in a National Dressage Championship, beating stiff competition from 25 other riders, whilst competing under the watchful eye of HRH Princess Anne. Emily Power, a Year 11 student, achieved first place in the BHS National Riding Schools Championship held at the Onley Grounds Equestrian Centre in Warwickshire. […]

Stokesley School: Year 8 Boys scoop Area Football Cup!

The year 8 Boys’ football team have enjoyed a successful end to the season. The season started off with a convincing win over Bedale, in the quarterfinals of the area cup. The semi-final turned out to be a bye into the final where Richmond awaited. In the final the boys started off well, having the […]

Stokesley School: Budding engineers design for the James Webb Space Telescope

Six year 8 students spent the day at Northallerton School taking part in the Faraday Engineering Challenge, organised by the Institute of Engineering and Technology. The six students were chosen for their enthusiasm and passion for science. They competed against five other teams, from four other schools. They designed and built a prototype machine for […]

Stokesley School: Stokesley Students support Marie Curie

A group of students, from Year 7 to 11 at Stokesley School and Sixth Form College, have been working hard to raise money for Marie Curie. The twenty students, from Rowan House in Mr Bailey’s tutor group, have been championing their own new initiative, Cakes2U, applying their culinary talents to bake for regular cake sales […]

Local businesses help Stokesley students get up to speed on their careers

Year 9 students, at Stokesley School, enjoyed a morning of inspiring careers’ networking activities, thanks to the support of local businesses who encouraged them to think about their future career paths. The speed-networking project is the brainchild of Janine Harrison-Henry, Head of Careers, who invited 13 businesses to lead the event and share their wealth […]

Stokesley School: Student to compete in the RDA Championships

RIDER with inherited metabolic condition overcomes disability to qualify for national championships A RIDER with an inherited metabolic condition has overcome her disability to qualify for national dressage championships. Stokesley School student Laura Curson will compete in the RDA Championships which will be staged in Hartpury, Gloucestershire, later this month. The 13-year-old, of Stokelsey, was […]

Stokesley School: Rocked in London

Students from Year 10 were given the chance to enrich their mathematical skills and develop their understanding of where and how maths is used in the real world on a 3 day trip to London. The action-packed itinerary did not fail to deliver with visits to the Emirates Airline Exhibition, Emirates Airline Cable Cars and […]

Stokesley School: Holi Festival Colour Run

On Tuesday 10th July, as part of their final SAIL mission of the year, 7X2 planned and carried out a Colour Run to celebrate the festival of Holi, the festival of colour. They all enjoyed the challenge of getting round the obstacle course while the teachers all enjoyed covering them in powder paint! Mrs Telford […]

Stokesley School: What does Zoe mean?

7Y3 discovered it means life when Elaine Dunning from the charity ‘Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice kindly came to their lesson to explain what the charity does. She was here to receive a donation, raised by a group of girls from the class, their mission was to make a difference. Neave Hines, Lydia Allen, Phoebe English, […]