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The coder club students have been hard at work creating sensors and controlling them with a BBC Micro:bit. Take a look at more of the things they have been doing at our Open evening this Thursday, 6pm until 8:30pm www.stratton.beds.sch.uk/open_evening_2018/ ... See MoreSee Less

The coder club students have been hard at work creating sensors and controlling them with a BBC Micro:bit. Take a look at more of the things they have been doing at our Open evening this Thursday, 6pm until 8:30pm https://www.stratton.beds.sch.uk/open_evening_2018/

Stratton Upper School Open Evening 2018
Thursday 27th September 2018 6pm to 8:30pm
A fantastic opportunity to visit the school, meet staff and students and find out all that we have to offer.
Guided tours are available through the evening with our presentation 'Introduction to Stratton' being held at 6pm and 7pm
www.stratton.beds.sch.uk/open_evening_2018/
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Stratton Upper School Open Evening 2018
Thursday 27th September 2018 6pm to 8:30pm
A fantastic opportunity to visit the school, meet staff and students and find out all that we have to offer. 
Guided tours are available through the evening with our presentation Introduction to Stratton being held at 6pm and 7pm
https://www.stratton.beds.sch.uk/open_evening_2018/

 

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Lisa Perks thought you might want to know for next weeks class

Gail Morris

Dan Northfield

After a really impressive start to the term with years 9-11 last week, we have now welcomed our sixth form students back to school. As they get settled back into the routine of school and study, we’ll also be thinking of all of our 2018 leavers, wishing them luck and success as they embark on their new careers, college or university courses.
We’ll be posting the most up to date list of planned destinations in the coming few days. Good luck to all and we look forward to sharing all the fantastic updates when we get them!
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Would also be good to see the recent gcse exam result percentages? 🤔🤔

Stratton Students receive impressive GCSE results to be proud of

With the landscape of the newly reformed GCSE grades a very hot national topic, we are delighted that our hard working students have been richly rewarded with some very impressive outcomes.
The more rigorous grading system means that students are awarded a grade from 1 to 9 for most subjects, replacing the old system of A*-G and with that in mind students should feel very proud of an incredibly impressive set of results which are rightly deserved as a result of dedication and commitment to their studies.
Stratton students who achieved an average grade of 8 or higher (equivalent to an old A* grade) across all their subjects include: Emilia Dell’Anno, Jemima Finch, Isobel Frost, James Hogben, Sian Roberts, Daniel Smith, Maria Vasconcelos De Souza, Callum Watson and Jack Welsted.
The following students also deserve a mention for achieving an average grade of 7 or better (equivalent to an old A grade) across all subjects: Andrew Barnes, Sophie Barton, Joanna Binns, Lonyin Chan, Manu Chapman, Euan Docherty, Evelyn Howe, Ava Kernan, Anna Temple, Lauren Webb, Kate Welton, Louis Winwood and Harvey Young.
Whilst these students quite rightly deserve to be praised, we would also like to recognise all our students who have worked incredibly hard to obtain the grades they have achieved. It is very true to say that hard work is well rewarded and this has certainly proven to be the case this year. As a school we appreciate the stress and anxiety the new GCSE specifications have placed on our students over the past two years and we are proud of the maturity and resilience that they have shown.
Next year all GCSE subjects will be under the new specifications and grading system and we are looking forward to a more stable exams process moving forward. At Stratton we are very excited and motivated to be taking the school into a new era which we are certain will see the school move from strength to strength in the future.
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Stratton Students receive impressive GCSE results to be proud of  With the landscape of the newly reformed GCSE grades a very hot national topic, we are delighted that our hard working students have been richly rewarded with some very impressive outcomes.
The more rigorous grading system means that students are awarded a grade from 1 to 9 for most subjects, replacing the old system of A*-G and with that in mind students should feel very proud of an incredibly impressive set of results which are rightly deserved as a result of dedication and commitment to their studies.
Stratton students who achieved an average grade of 8 or higher (equivalent to an old A* grade) across all their subjects include: Emilia Dell’Anno, Jemima Finch, Isobel Frost, James Hogben, Sian Roberts, Daniel Smith, Maria Vasconcelos De Souza, Callum Watson and Jack Welsted.
The following students also deserve a mention for achieving an average grade of 7 or better (equivalent to an old A grade) across all subjects: Andrew Barnes, Sophie Barton, Joanna Binns, Lonyin Chan, Manu Chapman, Euan Docherty, Evelyn Howe, Ava Kernan, Anna Temple, Lauren Webb, Kate Welton, Louis Winwood and Harvey Young. 
Whilst these students quite rightly deserve to be praised, we would also like to recognise all our students who have worked incredibly hard to obtain the grades they have achieved. It is very true to say that hard work is well rewarded and this has certainly proven to be the case this year. As a school we appreciate the stress and anxiety the new GCSE specifications have placed on our students over the past two years and we are proud of the maturity and resilience that they have shown.
Next year all GCSE subjects will be under the new specifications and grading system and we are looking forward to a more stable exams process moving forward. At Stratton we are very excited and motivated to be taking the school into a new era which we are certain will see the school move from strength to strength in the future.

 

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Thank you for all the help and support. We have no complaints and particular thanks to the SEND team for their help too.

Well done everyone !!

Thank God for studious students.

I am loking forward to see the improvements from September. What a great story to see a few students achieve so well. I d like to wish them even more success in the future. We want to see more then a few achieving so well. In Biggkeswade we have such bright children.😊

What a great press release, not just concentrating on the elusive 9 grades!

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