Archive for July, 2014

Activities Gallery 2014


Here are a few pictures taken throughout activities days. There will be more to follow when trips return tonight.

Sponsored Walk 2014!


Despite the hot weather conditions today, students have walked the 11 mile sponsored walk route brilliantly. There were even some who ran it too! Here are a few photos taken at lunch time.

Arrangements for Friday 18th July

Every individual is supported to achieve the very highest standards they can.

Friday will be a day of celebration and sports. Please make sure students come to school in their school PE kit or they may come dressed in their house colour for a 50p donation. Any students not participating for a medical reason must be dressed in full school uniform please.

Sponsored Walk

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Reminder that tomorrow is our Sponsored Walk day. We are expecting hot weather so please make sure students arrive with sun cream, hats and plenty of water to drink. Also please make sure that they are suitable dressed for walking in the countryside.

School Closure Thursday 10th July


Due to the planned industrial action we will be closed to students on Thursday 10th July. School will be open as normal on Friday.

650 North Norfolk Students Look Into The Future At Special Event

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Around 650 young people from all over north-east Norfolk had the chance to explore their futures at a special event held at North Walsham High School’s Atrium. Thirty-five colleges, industry bodies, employers, training providers and careers advice organisations were on hand at North Walsham High School for the event, which was designed to outline the… Read the full article

New North Walsham High School Chair Of Governors Puts Localness At The Heart Of His Agenda

Alex Robinson

North Walsham High School has elected a new Chair of Governors – and he has vowed to put local decision-making and local success at the heart of the school’s future. Alex Robinson brings a high profile in the education world to the post, as he is Chair of the Norfolk Governors Network, having been a… Read the full article