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15th July 2019

Staff Leavers

Claire Tasker, Headteacher

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15th July 2019

DanceXchange 2019

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1st July 2019

High Storrs at the World Schools Orienteering Championships

Nick Lightfoot and the Team

Orienteering, the sport that combines map reading and running, is becoming increasingly popular with school children across South Yorkshire with thousands getting a taster in school, and hundreds competing regularly in the popular schools league. Earlier this year a team of 40 youngsters, 12 of them from Sheffield, travelled to Estonia to represent England in the World Schools Orienteering Championships. Six of the team were from High Storrs and they’ve been describing their experiences including how team member Euan Tryner managed to win two Gold medals! Following encouraging results in the British Schools Orienteering Championships in 2017 a group of High Storrs pupils set out to see if they could qualify for the 2019 World Schools Championships in Estonia. The boys team of Euan Tryner, Jamie Lightfoot, Olmo Combley, Dylan Jenkinson, Alfie Hall and Benjamin Evans were joined by Alex Elliot who was aiming for an individual place in the senior girls team. This is their account. Read more

17th June 2019

A Fire is Burning...

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4th June 2019

Boys Dance in Mainstream Education

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13th May 2019

Ramadan and Exams

Mahroof Mohammed, school governor

The blessed month of Ramadan has begun. It will last for 29/30 days, with fasts, on average, starting at 2.30 am and breaking at around 9.20 pm. This is a very long time without food and water and that, coupled with all the extra duties you will perform during this month, will be tough. Read more

26th April 2019

High Storrs Nurture Room

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24th April 2019

We have the 6th best Squash team in the country!

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22nd April 2019

Student Achievement - Jesus Christ Superstar

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19th April 2019

#SaveClassics - Update April 2019

Miss Johnson, Leader of Classics

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