The Wonder of Reading Stories

Written by: Amrit Moore     This is a quote I came across whilst mindlessly scrolling through Instagram, and although a tad dramatic (okay maybe quite dramatic), it made me smile because of the feeling it was trying to capture. There is something quite magical about bookstores, and libraries for that matter, most likely because … Continue reading The Wonder of Reading Stories

‘Homelessness: A True Reflection’

Organised by our Charities Officer, Lucy Mellor, supported by James Creer, Stevo recently hosted an exhibition shining a spotlight on Homelessness and the very real impact it has in our local community. The exhibition featured moving contributions from Foundation customers, including artwork and performances which captured what homelessness means to them. For those of you … Continue reading ‘Homelessness: A True Reflection’

Textbooks, Teachers and don’t mention Taiwan…

Two weeks in China with Durham University. With help from the Stephenson College Bursary fund I took part in a trip to Shenzhen in Southern China. The most important thing I took from our trip was how many similarities there were between the two countries and their teachers. Often we look at countries in other … Continue reading Textbooks, Teachers and don’t mention Taiwan…

Stephenson College Bursary Supports Students Achieve First Aid Qualification!

What is this article about? On Saturday the 15th of April 14 Stevo students completed a first aid at work course in central with St John’s ambulance. Throughout this article I will talk about the valuable skills that we learnt from completing the course and how it will now benefit us. What skills did we … Continue reading Stephenson College Bursary Supports Students Achieve First Aid Qualification!