All of us at Stormont School are deeply saddened by the passing of Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II. She was a respected and much loved monarch, held in the…
Posted: 19th March 21
Lots of jokes have been shared today as part of Share a Smile for Comic Relief. “What do you call a pig that knows karate? Pork chop!”
We have seen lots of red noses on display and hair bands that have noses that wobble. Our wonderful catering staff produced red nose day cakes for all to enjoy. The girls brought in £1 to buy a cake to donate to Comic Relief, great excitement when the cakes appeared this afternoon.
We’ve had house cross country and house netball this week, points are being counted and the winning House will be announced at the end of term (my hopes are on St Andrew). With so much to fit in before the end of term, its hard to imagine that this is only our second week back.
This term our Year 4 girls have been reading ‘The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane’ by Kate DiCamillo. A good read apparently with very enthusiastic reviews. To celebrate the girls dressed up as some of the characters.
A definite fun Friday for Stormont.
Posted: 8th March 21
World Book Day isn’t really about one day, Stormont has been working on different aspects all week. Simon Mole, an accomplished poet led workshops with the girls at Stormont School remotely. Following on from that Lochinver House School and Stormont collaborated on a poetry competition. The Head of Stormont, Miss Louise Martin, judged poems written by the Lochinver House boys and the poems that our girls had written were judged by their Head of English, Mr Neil Latchford. It was a perfect joining of the brother and sister schools close in proximity in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire.
The theme of the competition was ‘Life in Lockdown’, why wouldn’t it be, when it is so much on our minds? So many entered and the standard of course was excellent. Being able to express ones self about something that affects us is good for the soul. Not only that, they put their knowledge and talent to good use.
World Book Day was celebrated across the world on Thursday, 4th March. Lovely costumes and inspiring characters came to life off the pages of books that Stormont girls love to read.
Lochinver Winners were Nick C in the Year 7-8 category, Alexis M in the Year 3-6 category and Nathanial in Pre-Prep.
Stormont Winners were Divisha B – Reception, Athena A – Year 1, Lola B-A – Year 2, Chiara C-C – Year 3, Sophia M-P – Year 4, Reva T – Year 5 and last but not least, Ruby L – Y6.
Lovely work everyone, well done!
Posted: 2nd March 21
Pupils at Stormont School were excited to meet Simon Mole virtually today for a poetry workshop in the lead up to World Book Day, set up by Mrs Rose, Head of English. Simon is a critically acclaimed poet who has videos on YouTube on how to write a poem in 5 minutes, take a look for yourself. He has inspired the girls and the teachers with tips on how to create their contribution to the lesson following which a competition is to be judged by the Head, Miss Martin.
Every single pupil wrote a poem today. Year 3 and 4 wrote about a kite of their own and Year 5 and 6 wrote about spells, time travel and flying. We look forward to reading them all. Well done everyone.
Winners will be announced next week.