Welcome to the new Stockland Green School Website. Click here for an introduction from our students.

Uniform Changes

Click here to see the uniform changes from September.


"Students spoken to were positive about their school"


"High levels of challenge were matched to the high ability of many of the students"


"Year 11 students say that "it is much stricter now" and they welcome the improvements in behaviour"


"Students say the academy is better and they enjoy learning now"


"Students were confident that issues would be dealt with by staff"


"Students are taking pride in their work now"


"Students move around the academy calmly and ...patiently"

Welcome from Marie George: Headteacher


Mrs Marie George

Education is the most powerful tool we can use to change the world – Nelson Mandela

Stockland Green School is a place where children are able to grow and develop in an environment based on family values where respect is at the heart. Children are challenged to Aspire to be the very best they can be in all aspects of their life. They are supported to Believe that they can Achieve anything if they work hard and develop the resilience needed to overcome the many challenges that they will face along the way.

Read More from Mrs George on her blog.

July Message

Mrs Sarah Cardwell

Mrs Sarah Cardwell

Brexit. The result that continues to divide families and the nation as a whole. Now with a state of uncertainty surrounding the leadership of our country the future it seems is not as certain as it once was. We believe it is our duty as a school to ensure our students understand politics and the important role each individual plays in forming and shaping social change. Stockland Green held its own EU vote back in May and we voted to remain. Discussions and activities have continued within Citizenship lessons on the EU Debate. Our students want to know how this will affect them and what imminent changes they can expect. On Thursday the Live EU Debate broadcast was shown to some classes as part of the TES Schools podcast project. Students were encouraged to ask questions and talk about the impact of the result. We recognise that now is the time to equip our students with the confidence and passion to be an active citizen. 2016 is about working together regardless of your political persuasion to develop a country we can all be proud of.

Being part of the action continued in June where students and staff voted for Head Students. We heard the manifestos, cast our democratic single vote and Cole, Rea and Tame now have 6 new Head Students. Shirika Johnson and Ayesha Mahmood in Cole. Kasim Chouhan and Becky Walker for Tame and Ellie Smith and Rihadh Ali as Head Students of Rea. As part of our new Pastoral System these six Head Students will work alongside the newly appointed House Leaders and the Pastoral Leaders. Each form also has a House Ambassadors who will sit on the Student Council. Student Voice at Stockland Green has never been so powerful! Testament to their talents our Head Students had a clear vision for how they wanted to work to make Stockland Green even greater. They are proud of their school and who could blame them?! This July we are showcasing our School Performance of Jekyll and Hyde. On the 12th and 14th of July students will be taking to the stage to deliver what looks set to be a wonderful evening of entertainment. The show starts at 6pm and tickets are selling fast so be sure to book yours now. We will also be at Alexander Stadium on 19th of July to hold our annual Sports Day. Students will be competing against each other in this mammoth House competition. Parents are welcome to join us in the stands to spectate. There might even be some world records broken! You’ve got to be in it to win it so be sure to be part of the Stockland Green family this Summer.

Partnership Post

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