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News

April 2016

  • An Evening with Mark Stacey, US College Admissions Specialist

    Published 26/04/16

    Year 12's Adriana gives us an account of our evening with Mark Stacey, a US College Admissions Specialist, who came to share some of his knowledge as part of our Speaker Programme.

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  • Y7 Drama Performance at Shakespeare Birthday Celebrations

    Published 26/04/16

    Here are some quotes from our Year 7 Drama students, who gave a performance during the Shakespeare celebrations on Saturday...

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  • The EU Debate @ Shottery

    Published 19/04/16
    On the 13th of April Stratford Girls’ Grammar School held an EU referendum debate in which two guest speakers gave their arguments for leaving or remaining part of the European Union. Arguing that the UK should remain was Lawrence Brewer who st
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  • Mr Reid Speaks to QA for Education About Apps For Good

    Published 19/04/16

    Apps for Good is an open-source technology education movement that partners with educators in schools and learning centres to deliver our course to young people 10-18 years of age. They provide the course content, training and connections to their Expert volunteers, and then let teachers do what they are best at – inspiring and guiding young people.

    In the course, students work together as teams to find real issues they care about and learn to build a mobile, web or social app to solve them. Like professional entrepreneurs, students go through all key aspects of new product development, from idea generation, technical feasibility and programming to product design, deciding on business models and marketing.

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  • Shottery Girls Row for Gold at the West Midlands Regional Championships

    Published 14/04/16

    Year 9's Hermione tells us more about the Championships in Worcester.

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  • Shottery Girl Sails to Victory!

    Published 13/04/16
    On Thursday 17th March, Rosie Williamson flew to Cork and then on by coach with the rest of her team to the southernmost tip of Ireland – Schull – for an International Schools Teams Racing Event.  There were sixteen te
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  • British Physics Olympiad at Oxford University

    Published 13/04/16

    he British Physics Olympiad (BPhO) aims to encourage the study of Physics and recognise excellence in young physicists through four annual Physics competitions.

    The competitions are designed to test understanding and problem solving skills and are open to able young physicists in school years 11-13.

    Here, Year 11's Lucy tells us about the day.

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  • Diana Brownhill

    Published 08/04/16
    It is with the greatest of sadness that we share the news of the death of our colleague and friend, Diana Brownhill. Diana died suddenly and unexpectedly at home on Easter Sunday, 27 March. Diana will be deeply missed by all the staff and alu
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  • Stratford Art Fair 2016

    Published 06/04/16
    The Stratford Art Fair is organised and hosted by FoS.  If you came to the event last year, you will know how busy and successful it was, so we are enormously excited about it this year.  We have some amazing artists exhibiting and it is we
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