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Suffolk Youth Parliament Elections

Jacob Chapman and Shannon Peck in Year 10 will be applying to become members of the Suffolk Youth Parliament.  Elections will take place in March and if elected they would represent the views of young people in Suffolk and have the opportunity to debate in the House of Commons.  This week Jacob and Shannon will be presenting their manifestos to years 7-10 in assembly and explaining why they would like to be elected.  This is a fantastic opportunity for both students and we wish them luck in the process.

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Year 11 Pre-Public Exam Results Day Friday, 10th January

Year 11 Pre-Public Examination Results Day is Friday, 10th of January. We would like to invite parents to join us for a presentation in the main hall. We ask that you please arrive by 1.55 pm and the event will be finished by 3 pm. If you wish to attend please email Julie Cooper on

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Christmas Hamper Winner 2019

The results are in and the overall winner of the 2019 Christmas Hamper competition was form 8O for their environmentally friendly Christmas Tree. Congratulations!

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Year 12 Study Skills Conference

Year 12 Study Skills Conference. Megan Broughton from the University of East Anglia led two sessions – the first on study skills required for success in 6th Form and then an introduction to the advantages of a university degree and how you might decide whether it was the right route or not.

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Lost Property at Stowmarket High School

We are getting organised for our move to the new building and one thing we have a lot of in Student Services is lost property.  If you child has lost anything please ask them to come along to have a look. 

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An Inspector Calls

On Thursday Year 11 students travelled all the way to the New Wimbledon Theatre in South London to watch a performance of An Inspector Calls. Once again, our students’ behaviour was exemplary and they greatly appreciated the text they have been studying for their GCSE’s come to life. Mrs Arnold was very proud of the students, who then endured a 5 ½ hour journey back! Maybe we could convince Mid Suffolk to build us a theatre and our students wouldn’t have to go so far!

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