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14/08/14 - Strode Students Celebrate Excellent Results
Strode Students Celebrate Excellent Results

Strode College in Street is celebrating another set of excellent results for A Levels and advanced level vocational qualifications across the breadth of subjects taught at the college. This follows on from the college’s outstanding performance in the 2014 League Tables, where Strode was ranked as the best performing school or college in Somerset for student progress and the ninth best college nationally.

Nationally the overall pass rate for A Levels has fallen for the first time in 30 years, but Strode’s A Level pass rate has improved slightly to 99.5%. Students achieved excellent results in core A Levels such as Maths, the sciences, English, humanities and Modern Languages; in the many creative and performing arts subjects taught at the college; and in the college’s more specialist subjects such as History of Art and Design and Technology. Twenty-one students gained three grade As or better, with Ellie Gore being the highest achieving student, gaining three A*s and a grade A.

Strode’s advanced level vocational results show a similarly positive picture with a 99% pass rate; 61 students have achieved a Triple *Distinction result, the equivalent of 3 A* at A Level.

The AS results were also outstanding. Thirty-six students gained three or more A grades, with an astonishing four former Crispin School students sharing the mantle of best AS performance gaining five A grades at AS: Edward Beaty of Walton, Andrew Bryer and Harry Dunlop of Street, and William Orchard of Glastonbury. All four students are studying Maths, Further Maths, Physics, and Chemistry; three are also taking Biology while Edward is also studying History.

James Staniforth, Principal of Strode College, is delighted by the results and by the positive impact they will have on the students' future plans and ambitions. He said:

“Great results ensure that our students can take up their places at university and progress into careers with great prospects. We have more than 120 students with Russell Group university offers this year, a new college record, including students from a range of A Levels and vocational courses like Art, Engineering and Health and Social Care. Many more will progress to other excellent universities and specialist colleges across the country.”

“Our excellent results in core A Level subjects such as maths and sciences mean that our students will go on to university to study subjects such as Medicine, Dentistry, Genetics, Natural Sciences, Physics, Computing, Maths and Engineering. Our students have also achieved strong results in other facilitating A Level subjects including English, History, Languages and Geography; in specialist arts and design subjects; and in social science subjects Psychology, Law, Sociology and Business. I am also pleased that our performing arts courses like Dance and Drama are now performing at the same high level as our creative arts subjects.

“Strode offers the widest choice of A Levels in Somerset alongside vocational courses and this breadth allows students to specialise and develop skills and knowledge which enable them to achieve at the very highest level. 

“One of the most satisfying parts of my job is knowing that we have helped our students to achieve their potential and that we have equipped them with the qualifications, skills and attributes they will need in their lives after college. I am proud of their achievements and wish them every success in the future.”

View the Strode College Roll of Honour 2014.

 

Case Studies

Sciences

Ellie GoreThe best performing student was scientist Ellie Gore of Babcary and a former pupil of Ansford Academy. Ellie achieved three A*s and a grade A and is taking a gap year before studying Medicine at university. Ellie achieved an A* in Archaeology, a subject she studied because she enjoyed the different intellectual challenge, but one which also enabled her to demonstrate the breadth and communication skills required for Medicine.

Ellie Gore, from Babcary near Somerton, formerly at Ansford Academy
Where next? Gap year working and travelling before studying Medicine at university.
A Level results: Biology A*, Maths A*, Archaeology A* and Chemistry A.

“I’m chuffed; over the moon; I didn’t think I would do this well. Strode is a great place to learn; there’s so much support, the atmosphere is friendly and there are so many great people here. I am taking a gap year before going to university to study Medicine. I will be working as a care assistant in a dementia home for a few months before volunteering overseas, firstly working with elephants in Sri Lanka and then in India with children who have learning disabilities.”

 

Languages

Grace BenthamAlthough the number of students studying languages nationally has fallen and many schools and colleges have cut one or more A Level languages from their curriculum, students are able to study three languages at Strode. Grace Bentham of Stathe near Bridgwater and a former pupil of Huish Academy, gained grade A in German, French and Spanish, which she started from scratch at Strode. She will be studying French, German and Spanish at Durham University

Grace Bentham, from Bridgwater, formerly at Huish Episcopi School
A Level results: French A, German A and Spanish A
Where next? Durham University to study French, German and Spanish

“I am elated! I was awake at 4am and checked my results as soon as I could at 6am. My parents are relieved and really proud. I would not have been able to study all three language A Levels anywhere else and I was able to study Spanish from scratch at Strode. My teachers have been wonderful and I’m really grateful for the extra support they gave me and for the extra opportunities I have had to help me learn more.”

 

History

Josh TeasdaleJosh Teasdale, of Frome and a former pupil of Whitstone School, gained A*s in History and History of Art and an A in English Literature. Josh will be studying History at Worcester College, Oxford, but despite being an outstanding historian, Josh felt that the interviewing tutors were particularly interested in the insight into history he had gained from studying History of Art at Strode. 

Josh Teasdale, from Frome, formerly at Whitstone School
Where next? Oxford University to study History
A Level results: History A*, History of Art A* and English Literature A

“I’m really pleased with my results – they are an unexpected surprise. What did it for me was the teaching and the amount of one-to-one time I was given academically and the emotional support I received too. The teachers are the unsung heroes; they do so much behind the scenes to help. Looking back I know that the extra support I received helped me to do so well in the exams. Also, the one-to-one tutorials with the Principal James Staniforth, who studied History at Cambridge University, really helped to prepare me for the Oxford University interviews and for the challenging learning environment of a top university. “

 

English

Louella BerrymanThis year Strode’s largest ever number of English A Level students achieved the college’s best ever grades in English Literature. Louella Berryman, from Stoke Sub-Hambdon and a former pupil of Stanchester Academy, was one of the students who achieved an A* in English Literature, comfortably meeting her offer of AAA to study English at Kings College London.

Louella Berryman, from Stoke Sub-Hambdon, formerly at pupil of Stanchester Academy
Where next: Kings College University, London to study English
A Level results: English Literature A*, Psychology A and History A

“I’m really pleased and quite surprised. I slept quite badly last night and got up early, but it was worth it because it was such good news. I think the regular one-to-one tutorials with teachers at Strode helped me stay on track to achieve these results.”

 

Law

Hannah GaneHannah Gane, from Street, formerly at St Dunstan’s Academy
Where next? Bristol University to study Law, with a bursary and mentoring support from CMS Cameron McKenna, Europe’s largest law firm.
A Level results: Law A, Maths A and Business Studies B.

“I am thrilled with my results, over the moon! Strode has been brilliant and my Law teacher Liz Skinner is the best teacher I have ever had. The support she gave me was amazing. She also put me forward for the law bursary with Cameron McKenna and helped me prepare for the application process. I’m one of only four students to get the bursary in the UK – while at university I’ll get £2,500 a year, mentoring support from a professional solicitor and work experience. I hope to become a trainee lawyer with the firm when I finish my degree.”

 

Art and Design

Beth SuggBethany Sugg, from Keinton Mandeville, formerly at Ansford Academy
What next? Manchester University to study Fashion Marketing
A Level results: Art and Design Textiles A*, Psychology A* and Biology A

“I’m really happy. I didn’t think I would do this well! I couldn’t have asked for more supportive teachers – they really want you to progress. Strode suits my style of learning – the people are really friendly, the atmosphere is so supportive and you are encouraged to work hard but in your own way. The art facilities at Strode are great ”

 

Vocational courses

Sports

Scott MullinsScott Mullins, from Street, formerly at Crispin Academy
Where next? Cardiff Metropolitan University to study for a degree in PE and Sport
Vocational results: Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport, Triple Distinction*

 “I really enjoyed my course and am proud of my results. The quality of the teaching and facilities at Strode definitely contributed to my results today; the teachers at Strode are really supportive. “

 

Childcare and Education

Ellice GreenhillEllice Greenhill, from Kingweston near Somerton, formerly at Millfield
Where next? Working in Jabberwocky Nursery in Street and plans to go on to Bath Spa University study Early Years Teaching in Primary Education.
Vocational results: Level 3 Diploma in Childcare & Education, grade A

“I’m really happy – this is just what I wanted. My teachers at Strode really encouraged me to aim higher; they’ve really helped me get the grades that I wanted.”

 

Public Services

Megan WardMegan Ward, from Shepton Mallet, formerly at Whitstone Academy
Where next? Nottingham Trent University to study Youth Justice and planning to become a Youth Offending Officer.
Vocational results: Public Services (Uniformed) Level 3 Extended Diploma, Triple Distinction*

“I am so happy with my results today- they are better than I expected, so I’m really chuffed. I really loved it at Strode College. The teachers really know what they’re doing and everyone is really easy to get on with.”

11/08/14 - Hairdressing Students' Level 2 and Level 3 End of Year Showcases
Hairdressing Students' Level 2 and Level 3 End of Year Showcases

Strode’s Level 2 and Level 3 VRQ Diploma in Womens Hairdressing students once again showed off their creative talents at their latest end of year showcases. The Level 3 theme was a Black and White Ball with an avant-garde bent, and both full and part-time students were tasked with creating an entire look. The event, which took place in Strode Theatre’s foyer, saw models take to the floor to parade the flamboyant creations. The Level 2 students completed a total look in an era of their choice, ranging from the 1920s to the 1980s. The full-time and part-time students created a ‘mood book’ which comprised findings from research into their chosen period in time, including hair styles, make-up, fashion and politics. The catwalk show, which took place in the college salon, was enjoyed by an audience made up of friends, family and members of staff.

Hair Show 14 Level 2

See photos of the Level 2 Hairdressing Showcase

See photos of the Level 3 Hairdressing Showcase

09/07/14 - Apprentice Chef Fundraising for St Margaret's Hospice
Apprentice Chef Fundraising for St Margaret's Hospice

February might seem a long way off for most of us, but it's very much at the forefront of Apprentice Chef Megan O'Callaghan's mind – she will be setting sail across the Atlantic Ocean on 28 February to raise funds for St Margaret's Hospice.

Megan who lives in Wincanton, works as an Apprentice Chef at the Montague Inn (Wincanton) and trains at Strode College (Intermediate Apprenticeship Professional Cookery).  Her 21 day voyage will cover 2140 nautical miles across the Atlantic before coming to an end in the Azores.

Megan is a great supporter of St Margaret's Hopsice.  She said: "My auntie works at St Margaret's Hospice and I think it's a nice place where people can die in peace. I watched my grandma deteriorate and die within three days of being rushed into hospital and I really wish that she could have had a choice to die in a more peaceful place. I feel very strongly about St Margaret's Hospice and think they are important for Somerset."

For more details about 'Challenge of a Lifetime' follow the link: www.challengeofalifetime.org.uk

If you would like to sponsor Megan's voyage to raise funds for St Margarets Hospice visit: virginmoneygiving.com/MeganOCallaghan

04/07/14 - Children from Chernobyl enjoy visit to Strode
Children from Chernobyl enjoy visit to Strode

A group of children from Chernobyl visited Strode College this week during their trip to Somerset which has been organised by the Wells based charity Children of Chernobyl Fund. 

The boys enjoyed a range of sports with Strode Sports coaches, including football and badminton, while the girls got their hair and nails done in the college beauty salon and tried out some hair styling techniques on each other under the guidance of Strode’s hair tutors. 

John Price from the charity said: “Thanks so much for organising activities for the children - they had a great time. Three cheers to Strode College.”

 



 

 

27/06/14 - Bath Spa is a Relaxing Place to Learn
Bath Spa is a Relaxing Place to Learn

After achieving 100% pass rate on their Level 2 Beauty Therapy course, our students enjoyed relaxing at Thermae Bath Spa recently when they visited for a careers talk and a tour of the facilities. The students, who had never visited a spa before, were very impressed with the relaxing environment and some are now considering working in a spa in the future when they complete their Level 3 Beauty Therapy course.

Pictured left to right: Yasmin Sivell from Shepton Mallet, Immy Crouch from Shepton Mallet and Charlie Rossiter from North Cadbury

27/06/14 - Free Sales Skills Workshop
Free Sales Skills Workshop

Tuesday 8 and Tuesday 15 July 6-8pm

Strode College will be running a FREE sales skills workshop which will be facilitated by Alistair Powell from Sandler Training. This workshop is designed for business owners who have recently started, are thinking about starting or are in the early stages of their business - If this applies to you and you are keen to learn more about:

  • Your awareness of the market place
  • Prospecting
  • Developing interest
  • Planning
  • Becoming more confident in sales and marketing


Then please contact Bradley Barnard on 01458 844502, or visit cloudpage.co/salesworkshop to find out more.

24/06/14 - Creativity and Excellence at the Strode College End of Year Arts Show
Creativity and Excellence at the Strode College End of Year Arts Show

The creative arts are thriving at Strode College with students producing some outstanding, imaginative and technically accomplished work. This work can now be enjoyed by the public at the College’s 'End of Year Arts Show' which is open between 9.30am and 4.00pm, weekdays until Wednesday 18 June; and open until 8pm on Wednesday 11 June during the college’s Open Evening.

The show, which celebrates the work of 140 creative art and design students, opened on Monday (11 June) with a private view and an awards evening.

Six students were honoured for their outstanding achievements in painting and drawing, sculpture, graphics, textiles, photography, animation, film and video. They received a certificate and a cheque, and the College has bought a piece of their work to add to the 'Strode Collection'. (See list of winners below and photos of work attached.)

Strode’s extensive art and design facilities have been turned into a variety of gallery spaces to display the work professionally and to great effect, including large open gallery spaces and smaller more intimate studio galleries. Work is also exhibited in Strode Theatre. Maps are available from the College reception.

James Staniforth, Principal of Strode College said: “Our End of Year Arts Show is always a highlight for the college; this is a truly exciting and inspiring collection of work, full of originality and technical skill, across a wide range of creative courses. 

“Our students achieve at an exceptionally high standard, with 30% progressing to the Russell Group of universities. Our arts and media students consistently achieve at these outstanding levels and win places at some of the country’s top specialist institutions for arts and media, including Goldsmiths, University of London; University of the Arts, London - Central St Martins; University College Falmouth; and the University of Winchester. I am extremely proud of the students and of our excellent teachers who have inspired and guided them.“

Petrina Rochester, Head of Art and Design at Strode said: “The End of Year Show generates great excitement and energy around college as students and staff work together to create something special. It is also a time for reflection as we review work; think about how far our students have come and how far they will go in the future. Our students have produced some outstanding work, much of which rivals that of specialist art colleges and many university level institutions. We are delighted to be able to showcase their talent, skill and creativity in this way.”

Students exhibiting will be completing courses this summer in A level Art, Design Technology, Graphics, Textiles and Photography, Level 3 Extended Diploma Art and Design, Level 2 Diploma Art and Design and Foundation Diploma in Art and Design.

End of Year Art Show winners 2014

Strode College Art students who won awards (left to Right): Petrina Rochester - Head of Art and Design, Isobel Low (Wells) - 2D Art Award winner, Maddy Stringer (Castle Cary) - Fine Art Award Winner, Pandora Ellis (Yeovil) - Textiles Award Winner, Sam Copsey (Langport) - Photography Award Winner, James Staniforth - Principal Strode College, Daniel Juniper (Bruton) - 3d Art Award Winner, Alice Watkins (Street) - Graphic/ Illustration Award Winner.

 

Students receiving awards for excellence in their work

Samuel Copsey photography piece.Photography Award - Samuel Copsey
Lives: Langport, Somerset
Studying: A Level Art and L3 Extended Diploma in Art & Design
Previous school: Huish Episcopi Academy
What next: Year 2 of L3 Extended Diploma in Art & Design, Strode College

 

 

 

Pandora Ellis - Textiles

Textiles Award - Pandora Ellis
Lives: Yeovil, Somerset
Studying: Foundation Diploma in Art & Design
Previous school: The Gryphon School
What next: BA Costume Design, London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London

 

 

 

Daniel Juniper - 3D Art3D Art Award - Daniel Juniper
Lives: Bruton, Somerset
Studying: Foundation Diploma in Art & Design
Previous school: Sexeys School
What next: BA Fine Art, Falmouth University

 

 

 

Isobel Low - 2D Art2D Art Award - Isobel Low
Lives: Wells, Somerset
Studying: L3 Extended Diploma in Art & Design
Previous school: Strode College
What next: Self Employed

 

 

 

Alice Watkins - Graphical DesignIllustration/Graphical Design - Alice Watkins
Lives: Street, Somerset
Studying: A Level Graphics
Previous school: Crispin School
What next: BA Graphics Design, University of Reading

 

 

 

Madeline Stringer - Fine ArtFine Art Award - Madeline Stringer
Lives: Castle Cary
Studying: L3 Extended Diploma in Art & Design
Previous school: Ansford Academy
What next: BA Fashion, University of Edinburgh

23/06/14 - Strode College Sports Awards - Celebrating Sporting Success and a Commitment to Sports
Strode College Sports Awards - Celebrating Sporting Success and a Commitment to Sports

Strode College held its first ever Sports Awards recently to celebrate individual and team achievements throughout the year in local, regional and national competitions. Students, representing the broad range of different sports played at the college, enjoyed a memorable evening at the Tor Rugby Club.

Principal of Strode College, James Staniforth, presented 22 awards recognising the outstanding contribution, talent and effort that students have made to college sports over the last year.

Overall ‘Sports Man of the Year’ went to Josh Richardson (from Somerton); ‘Sports Woman of the Year’ went to Lianna Burt (from Glastonbury); and the ‘Team of the Year’ award went to the Strode College Rugby team. Other awards for each sport included 'Player’s Player of the Year', 'Player of the Year' and 'Most Improved Player'.

Shonagh Butler, Head of Sport Strategy at Strode College, said: “Our Sports Awards evening has been an excellent opportunity to celebrate and congratulate the College’s sports men and women for the successes they have achieved, both for individual and team sports, and also to give recognition for their commitment, effort and contribution to college sport. We have had some very high level performances at national and regional level, but we also recognise and appreciate the weekly commitment that these students have made to ensuring that team fixtures are met and competitions are entered.

“Numbers of students participating in sport at Strode have increased significantly this year. Much of their sporting success is due to the quality of the coaching and support they receive and the commitment of our sports team staff. I am very grateful for all of their efforts.”

 Austen Fouracres (Football 1st team Player of Year) & James Lee (2nd team Player of Year)   Liana Burt (Female Sportsperson of the Year) & Vicky Vowles (Strode Staff)

Top: Strode Netball team
Above left: Austen Fouracres (Football 1st team Player of Year) & James Lee (2nd team Player of Year)
Above Right: Lianna Burt (Female Sportsperson of the Year) & Vicky Vowles (Strode Staff)

 Amy Clegg (Most Improved Hockey) with Victoria Vowels (Strode College Sports Maker)   Members of Strode football team and Strode Coach Mike Dear - June 2014

Above left: Amy Clegg (Most Improved Hockey) with Victoria Vowels (Strode College Sports Maker)
Above Right: Members of Strode football team and Strode Coach Mike Dear

 Strode Ladies Hockey team   Josh Richards (Male Sportsperson of Year)

Above left: Strode Ladies Hockey team
Above Right: Josh Richardson (Male Sportsperson of Year)


Details of Strode Sports Awards Winners

Name: Austin Fourarces
Award: Football 1st Team Player of the Year & Student Sports Management Team Certificate
Hometown:
Glastonbury
Previous School:
St Dunstan’s School

Name: Joe Brine 
Award:
Football 1st Team Player’s Player of the Year
Hometown:
Shepton Mallet 
Previous School:
Ansford Academy

Name: Harry Jose
Award: Football 1st Team Most Improved Player
Hometown:
Lydford
Previous School:
Ansford Academy

Name: James Lee 
Award:
Football 2nd Team Player of the Year
Hometown:
Street
Previous School:
Crispin

Name: Callum Sydenham
Award:
Football 2nd Team Most Improved Player
Hometown:
Martock
Previous School:
Huish Episcopi School

Name: Frazer Carpenter
Award:
Football 2nd Team Player’s Player
Hometown:
Shepton Mallet
Previous School:
Whitstone School

Name: Joe Horton 
Award:
Rugby Team Player of the Year
Hometown:
Baltonsborough
Previous School: Sexeys School

Name: Owen Barnes
Award: Rubgy Team Player’s Player of the Year
Hometown:
Somerton
Previous School:
Ansford Academy

Name: Jake Krige
Award:
Rugby Team Most Improved Player of the Year & Male Trampolinist of the Year
Hometown:
Crewkerne
Previous School:
Wadham Community School

Name: Ellie Grant 
Award:
Netball Team Player of the Year
Hometown:
Street 
Previous School:
Crispin School

Name: Lucy Baker 
Award:
Netball Team Player’s Player of the Year
Hometown:
Walton
Previous School:
Crispin School

Name: Jess Burton 
Award:
Netball Team Most Improved Player
Hometown:
Yeovil
Previous School:
Christ's Hospital School

Name: Meg Ward 
Award:
Women’s Hockey Player of the Year
Hometown:
Shepton Mallet 
Previous School:
Whitstone School

Name: Lianna Burt 
Award:
Women’s Hockey Player’s Player of the Year & Sports Women of the Year
Hometown:
Glastonbury
Previous School:
Crispin School

Name: Amy Clegg 
Award:
Women’s Hockey Most Improved Player
Hometown:
Shipham
Previous School:
The Kings Of Wessex Academy

Name: Darren House 
Award:
Men’s Hockey Player of the Year & Student Sports Management Team Certificate
Hometown:
Crewkerne
Previous School:
St Dunstan’s School

Name: George Edge 
Award:
Men’s Hockey Player’s Player of the Year
Hometown:
Shepton Mallet 
Previous School:
Kings School, Bruton

Name: Frances Leafe
Award:
Female Trampolinist of the Year 
Hometown:
Street
Previous School:
Calthorpe Park School

Name: Jenny Naylor
Award:
Badminton Player of the Year
Hometown:
Wincanton
Previous School:
King Arthur’s Community School

Name: Josh Richardson
Award:
Sports Man of the Year & Student Sports Management Team Certificate
Home Town:
Somerton
Previous School:
Huish Episcopi Academy

Name: Tom Davey
Award:
Student Sports Management Team Certificate
Home Town:
Street
Previous School:
Crispin School

Name: Stacey Fowler
Award:
Student Sports Management Team Certificate
Home Town:
Templecombe
Previous School:
King Arthur's Community School

30/05/14 - Learning About Law, Government and Politics in London
Learning About Law, Government and Politics in London

Thirty five A Level Law and Government & Politics students ventured to the capital recently to visit Parliament, the Supreme Court, the Royal Courts of Justice and the Old Bailey.

Tours around these key institutions and meetings with senior staff and officials helped the students to understand the theory and practice of Law and Government & Politics in the UK.  Those who are going on to study Law or Politics at university found the visit helped them to confirm their future study and career plans.    

Strode’s Law teacher Liz Skinner and Government & Politics teacher Stephen Page, praised the students for their enthusiasm during the busy two days in London.

Supreme Court, London

30/05/14 - Adults Learn a lot at Strode College, New Courses Announced
Adults Learn a lot at Strode College, New Courses Announced

Strode College has announced its new programme of courses for adults and, with a wealth of opportunities available, catering for a wide range of interests and abilities, this is a good time to think about what you could gain from signing up for a course as an adult.

You might want to try something for your personal enjoyment such as pottery, painting, photography or upholstery; you could learn a language or take up acoustic guitar; or you can find out about philosophy, art or world cinema.

You could improve your career prospects by developing a skill or taking a job-related course, for example in accountancy, child care, counselling, English, engineering, food hygiene, hair and beauty, management, maths or teaching.

And, there are many computer and IT courses available for all abilities, including absolute beginner’s courses such as how to use e-mail or the internet, and courses for more experienced users leading to qualifications. 

James Staniforth, Principal of Strode College said: “Leaving school, college or work doesn’t mean you have to stop learning. There are many good reasons to sign up for a course as an adult; learning can have really positive effects on people’s social, personal and professional lives. Last year around 3000 adults took part-time courses at Strode, showing how important adult learning is for many people in our community. I am delighted that we are able to share our excellent facilities and expert teachers with the local community.” 

Strode’s courses for adults run at different times and dates throughout the year starting from September 2014. You can find out more by visiting the college website or request a 'Courses for Adults' brochure: 01458 844400.

If you want to find out more about Strode’s courses for adults, school leavers and employers, visit the College Open Evening on Wednesday 11 June, 6-8pm; pre-register or turn up on the night. 

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