Celebrations were in full swing on Friday to mark the coronation of King Charles III. All the girls came to school in non-uniform red, white and blue, some wearing crowns,…
Posted: 4th February 22
Our U11 netball team competed in the North London Collegiate School Netball Tournament at the weekend at which there were 21 schools divided into 4 groups. This is the first big tournament that any of them have played in for two years and was a perfect opportunity to get into competing. Stormont School has an enviable reputation for successful netball and although they didn’t win the overall tournament, they came second out of twenty-one schools.
All the girls played brilliantly with determination and lots of skill. After playing all the group matches the Stormont team were re-seeded into the top group for round 2. The team went on to win their four matches, 4-1, 6-0, 6-0 and 4-1; impressive results.
This put us into the Championship for the re-seeded round where we drew 2-2, won 5-0, drew 3-3, won 4-0 and lastly won 6-0. The competition was fierce and it should be pointed out that they didn’t lose one match going through the group rounds.
The Team came 2nd overall, losing out to Newland House who we congratulate on an outstanding win. It is with pride that our team played so well against such talented schools and Katriel A came away with the Most Valuable Player awarded by Mrs P, Head of P.E.
The team, Olivia E, Verity H, Lucy A, Thea H-S, Katriel A, Caitlin F, Lily F, Reva T, Sophie Pearce & River R all played extremely well. Well done girls!
Posted: 25th November 21
Take a trip and join our online Art Exhibition to view some stunning work by the pupils at Stormont School. From Reception to Year 6 every child is engaged in all types of medium to create some truly amazing work under the expert tuition of Mrs Burgess, our fabulous art teacher.
The school has its own large dedicated art room fully stocked for exploration of the arts. Next to that is our quaint pottery room with its own kiln so that every item produced by your child is made from basic clay and transformed into something quite unique with beautiful decoration. You need to see this to believe it! Who wouldn’t want their very own 3D brightly coloured and glazed cockerel for the kitchen.
And on to the DT room where your child can make a model car with turning wheels and a battery. Yes, it really works. The tools on offer to the girls gives them the skills to use in a safe and controlled area, there is no stereotyping here. Girls can do anything at Stormont School.