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Thank you for coming to our christmas coffee morning today. It was lovely to see you all. Wishing you all a lovely Christmas and a peaceful new year


Our 'Number Buddies' are being treated to a pizza lunch in the LRC today as a reward for all the fantastic support they provide. Pictured here are some of our 'buddies' together with Mrs Ainsworth and Mr Johnson.


Great fun T the NHM # Geography Rocks


We have arrived and ready for learning


We'd like to say a huge thank you to for their fantastic performance of A Christmas Carol this morning. Our Year 11 students (and staff) thoroughly enjoyed seeing the story brought to life on the school stage.


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Thank you to Soniya from who came to talk to our students about volunteering opportunities within the charity! It was great to see students signing up to support young, disadvantaged children have access to more books! 📚


When 'Elle' met 'Bruiser' aka Liliana and Leo. They will be taking to the school stage along with rest of the Legally Blonde cast on 13 and 14 Feb 2020. Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter pages for ticket info!


We'd like to say a big thank you to for their generous donation to the school. The Round Table raise an incredible amount of money each year for local causes. Find out how you could get involved by visiting their website


Our delicious 2 course Christmas Lunch planned for Monday 16 December is proving very popular with students this year! Please make sure we receive a booking form and payment by this Friday 6th December!


Parents at de Stafford getting the low down for this years cohort


Well done to all staff involved with and thanks to everyone who supported them!


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Great fun at the Y7 5-a-side football tournament hosted by Some excellent results against Reigate and RAAS 👏🏼 Highlights included a Connor Pearcy hattrick and fantastic defensive work from Finley Legg ⚽️ Well done boys!


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1 win, 1 draw & 1 loss for the Y8 Rugby team at the RFU Development Tournament today! Thanks to for hosting! 🏉


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A great afternoon of rugby at Chipstead today with sending their year 7 and year 8 boys. Thanks for the help


Our Year 9 students enjoyed using sweets to model a DNA double helix structure in Mrs Beale's Science lesson today!


Year 10 making chapattis in the langar


Stylish in the Gudwara!


Year 10 preparing to enter the Gudwara


Year 10 have arrived at Crawley Gudwara!


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Posted on: 10/11/2018

de Stafford School Remembers

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On Saturday 10 November 2018, representatives from each year group at de Stafford School planted commemorative poppies in St Lawrence's churchyard, one for each of the fallen servicemen of WW1 of the Caterham area.  Head Boy, Christopher Box and Prefect, Jess Grant, read the names of those who gave their lives and planted the final white poppy as a symbol of hope for future peace.

Year 9 students, Katie Conway and Sahan Barot attended the service at St Luke’s Church on Armistice Day at 11.00am, to lay a wreath on behalf of our school community. St Luke's has strong links with the R.A.F and The War Graves Commission who look after the graves of those killed in action during the last war. There is a 'Book of Remembrance' recording the names of the R.A.F. personnel of the Battle of Britain who served at nearby R.A.F. Kenley.

Thank you for supporting the event on Saturday. Your students were a credit to both the school and themselves. Please thank Jess and Christopher in particular for their beautiful delivery of the names on their lists and for exactly the right gravitas when planting the white poppy for peace. Their confidence at their age is a joy to see! My thanks to you all for a huge contribution to a solemn and very moving day for the whole of our community in Caterham”.  John Orrick, Councillor, Caterham on the Hill Parish Council

Later that Sunday, Head Boy, Christopher Box and Deputy Head Girl, Iara Fernandes, joined local groups to lay a second wreath at the R.A.F. Kenley Tribute sited at Kenley Aerodome.

Thank you to the following students who represented the school so admirably over the course of the weekend:-

Abbie Mathews

Aiden Healy

Chloe E Smith

Christopher Box

Elliot McLaggen

Iara Fernandes

Isabella Keen

Isabella Kent

Jess Grant

Katie Conway

Kayleigh Wilson

Kian Grant

Kiean Radley

Kim Gibbons

Liam Key

Megan Gillick

Nellie-Malone Legge

Neve Jenner

Owen Caviglia

Phoebe Rudd

Sahan Barot

Sophie Grant

Zac Jennings