Stewards School threw open its doors to almost one thousand people on its annual Open Day.
Stewards School threw open its doors to almost one thousand people on its annual Open Day. During the day over 200 people toured the school to go into lessons and have the opportunity to speak to pupils. Every visiting parent had an individual member of the School Council to take them around and tell them about life at Stewards. In the evening, over 800 people came along to hear Head Teacher Rhonda Murthar speak to the visitors about the recent successes the school has enjoyed and to see the range of exciting new facilities the school has to offer. Speeches on the evening included ex-Head Boy Ben Stevenson who recently achieved 16 A*/A grades at GCSE. Current Head Girl Lottie Shelton and Head Boy Jack Baldwin spoke about their pride in their school and the highlight of the evening were the 3 Year 7 speakers who had only been at Stewards for 7 days when they spoke to an audience of more than 400. Becky Dodds, Alex Curaba and Chelsea Schirra spoke about how well they had settled at their new school and how the older pupils and prefects had helped them settle in. Alex Curaba spoke about how happy he was every morning knowing he was going off to spend the day at Stewards!
As one parent said; “Without exception, every student we met was polite and courteous. They were also exceptionally articulate in explaining why they like Stewards and the subjects they enjoy … I was very impressed. Your students are a credit to you”.
(From left to right)
Back Row: Head Girl Lottie Shelton, Ex Head Boy Ben Stevenson, Head Boy Jack Baldwin
Front Row: Alex Curaba, Becky Dodds and Chelsea Schirra