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A working rural community set amidst quiet rolling countryside yet within 45 minutes of Norwich, Ipswich and the beautiful Suffolk coast. Elegant old buildings, a magnificent church and plenty of footpaths.
Stradbroke is a thriving village.
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In November 2015 Stradbroke Parish Council decided to pay for their own recoding equipment for meetings. Equipment was purchased and appeared in December but the recording of the December meeting was never published. Recently the January meeting was published elsewhere and we have shared it here so that more people can listen to it.
Stradbroke High School Headteacher Andrew Bloom has announced that he is to retire at the end of the 2015-16 school year. In a letter to parents on the school's website he said:
It has been a privilege and honour to have been the Head teacher of Stradbroke High School over the past six years.
During this time the school has seen many changes and has developed into one of the most successful Secondary Schools in Suffolk and indeed the country, both in terms of the results that pupils achieve and the progress that they make during their time with us.
Although I will be sad to leave Stradbroke, I wish to inform you that I will be retiring from the post of Head teacher at the end of this academic year.
The Chair of Governors, Andrew Smith, has already begun the process for recruiting my successor and will keep all members of the school community updated on progress towards a new appointment.