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Arts and history make it a busy term at Stamford Endowed Schools

Stamford Endowed Schools pupils perform Grease. EMN-150430-100644001
Stamford Endowed Schools pupils perform Grease. EMN-150430-100644001

It’s been another busy term for pupils at Stamford Endowed Schools.

A talented cast performed the musical Grease to packed audiences in March. Pupils were delighted with five sold-out shows.

A group of Stamford School boys have been volunteering at Tixover Grange care home to spend time with some of the residents; providing some company to their daily activities.

Pupils also took part in Coca Cola Enterprises’ Real Business Challenge, coming second in the national final.

And the schools have welcomed guest lecturers Alex Chinnock, who spoke about his art, and Dr James Grimes, who gave a talk on codes.


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