Bishops Stopford's School
Bishop Stopford’s is a Church of England school open to all students. Our mission is to provide first rate teaching, learning and extra-curricular activities within a caring and supportive Christian environment.The Aims of the School Bishop Stopford’s School aims in all branches of its life and in all its endeavours to imitate the example of Our Lord Jesus Christ in His teaching, His encouragement of others, His formation of community life, and His compassion for those in need.
Participating students left to right Remel Green, Rachel Sarpong, Marla Vyas, Amira Martin, Blaize Alexis-Anglin
Lindsey Coulson (mentor)
Lindsey graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in 1982. Her TV debut was in the children’s series, A Bear Behind, working with a puppet bear called Boz! In 1993 she joined the cast of one of Britain’s best loved soaps, and quickly became a household name. Initially she stayed with the show for four years, leaving to work on other TV projects including Judge John Deed, Dalziel and Pascoe, Murder Investigation Team, The Last Detective, The Street, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries and Doctor Who. Stage work includes playing Ophelia in Hamlet and Three More Sleepless Nights at the National Theatre; she also starred in Lucky Heather on BBC Radio 4. Lindsey returned to one of Britain’s best loved soaps in 2010, won the Best Dramatic Performance at the British Soap Awards.