Thank you to everyone who donated items for our "Christmas Pop-Up Shop".
This week SVCS students will be participating in the "the hour of code", during Computer Science lessons.
Friday 11 December is Save the Children Charity Christmas Jumper Day and the SVCS Charity Council would like to invite all students to donate £1 in order to wear non-uniform.
SVCS Charity Council will be collecting food donations for Haverhill Food Bank from Wednesday 2nd December - Wednesday 9th December.
Buy pre-owned and pre-loved Christmas gifts for loved ones at our pop-up shop...
From Monday 23rd November, your GCSE certificates will be available for collection from the school reception from 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 3.30pm. These must be collected in person and you will need to sign for them.
SVCS Library is happy to announce that we have purchased more fictional books.
We are delighted our school has been selected to take part in the Co-op Local Community Fund.
Poppy Appeal: We would like to support the Royal British Legion again this year.
We are taking part in activities for Anti-Bullying week in school this week.
Zumos is running a 70-day wellbeing programme. It is completely free and includes daily challenges written specifically for the current Coronavirus crisis, as well as supporting young people with any stress, anxiety and worry they are having.
Staff and pupils at SVCS took part in a yellow-themed non-uniform day on Friday 9th October 2020 and raised a grand total of £598.15 for the mental health charity Young Minds.
Dear Year 6 students - we would like to invite you and your families to come and look around Stour Valley Community School to see what the school is like, as you are making choices about moving to Year 7 next year.
We are so very proud of these Stour Valley students - four brothers in years 9, 10 and 11 - who were praised in a social media post (see bleow).
Please follow this guidance if your child is unwell and you are unsure whether to send them to school.