|Stopsley High School|
St Thomas's Road
|Department for Education URN||109713 Tables|
|Age||11 to 16|
|Colour(s)||Black and Blue|
Stopsley High School is a Community High School located in a suburb of Luton named Stopsley. It is a mixed Comprehensive and Community College. In September 2002 Stopsley High became a designated Specialist Sports College. It was re-designated in 2007 with Music nominated as its second subject.
The former regional sports centre, one of the biggest in Bedfordshire, was close to the school, but has been replaced by the Inspire Luton Sports Village located on Hitchin Rd.
The main colours of Stopsley High Schools uniform are black and blue. Boys wear black trousers and girls have the option of black trousers or a black skirt. Unlike many high schools Stopsley students have the option of wearing a polo shirt or a shirt, however as of September 2019, the polo shirt is being phased out.
The tie that goes with the shirt is black with blue stripes. Both the polo shirt and shirt can be accompanied by a Black jumper with the Stopsley motif on the left breast. Their sports kits are All black with the stopsley blue logo on it, students have the option of wearing T-shirt and shorts or a tracksuit in this style.
The current Headteacher is Karen Johns.
Monty Panesar former member of the English Cricket team with 50 test match caps and 26 ODI caps attended Stopsley. Also, Television personality and documentary film maker Stacey Dooley went to the school, she later went on to win the 16th series of Strictly Come Dancing.
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