The Stoke Damerel 2018 Sixth Form Sports Academy has got off to a flying start, with three impressive cohorts within single, double and triple looking extremely professional in their new kit and making a big impact around Sixth Form and the rest of the College.
To mark World Mental Health Day on 10 October students were encouraged to wear something yellow with their uniform.
Two Year 11 History students have had the privilege of being invited to a WW1 Battlefields trip with students from 53 other schools across the South West.
From community croquet to code-cracking - Herald Business Editor William Telford spent an entire day at Stoke Damerel Community College to find out what makes our College such a great place to learn.
The achievements of the young people our College were celebrated at the annual Awards Ceremony on the theme of This Is Me.
The Modern Britain Council visited the Houses of Parliament as part of a study visit for their Rule of Law curriculum.
Our students enjoyed a variety of curriculum enhancement activities at the end of June 2018 with trips and visits to Cornwall, London and across Devon.
Why would a renowned artist come in to the College to help our A Level geography students better understand their course?
Students had a unique opportunity to quiz MP Luke Pollard about life in the Commons and his first year as an MP. Representatives of Stoke Damerel Community College’s Executive Council and Modern Britain Council put a range of questions to Mr Pollard – who was elected to represent Plymouth Sutton and Devonport at the June 2017 election - when he visited the College.
Three students from Stoke Damerel Community College in Plymouth have won the Health Education England (HEE) Step into the NHS schools' competition for the South West of England. Harley, Josh and Emile impressed the judges with their entry to promote the role of a chef. The trio created a humorous video, identifying the ‘ingredients’ needed to make a chef.