Archive for November, 2014

Parents Urged To Keep Up To Speed On Online Technology

NWHS network manager Gary O'Connor (left) and deputy head Ian Winter (centre) with PCSO Alex Spinks at the Internet Safety Event

Parents need to keep as up to speed with their children about technology in order to stay safe online – that was the message from an internet safety evening held at North Walsham High School, aimed at parents of children in all schools in the area. The event saw the publication of an updated free… Read the full article

Prizegiving Ceremony Recognises Excellence Amongst North Walsham Students

NWHS Class of 2014 Prizegiving

High achievers at North Walsham High School have been recognised at the school’s annual Prizegiving ceremony – with a total of 36 of last year’s Year 11 carrying off prizes at the event, held in front of parents and families at the school’s Atrium. The most prolific prize-winner was 2013/14’s Head Boy Nathan Price, who… Read the full article

Cromer Charity Is First To Benefit From School’s Annual Sponsored Walk

NWHS presentation to About With Friends

Cromer-based charity About With Friends has become the first to benefit from funds raised by North Walsham High School’s annual sponsored walk, held in July. The event raised a total of £2266, and representatives of the charity visited the school to receive the first cheque to be given out from that pot, for £258. The… Read the full article

‘Hair’ Today, Gone Tomorrow – 13 Year Old Callum Goes Bald To Help Macmillan Cancer Support

Callum Franklin mid head shave

A 13-year-old North Walsham High School student has had a hair-raising experience – in front of more than 200 of his classmates. Callum Franklin, a Year 9 student, had his head shaved in school assembly to raise money for MacMillan Cancer Support– an idea he came up with after learning that his nan had been… Read the full article

Duke of Edinburgh Award


As the rest of the school went home to put their feet up after a half-term of hard work, our Duke of Edinburgh’s Award teams went home to pack rucksacks weighing a quarter of their body weight ready to complete their practice expedition in Saxlingham Nethergate, just south of Norwich. After some working out of… Read the full article