Archive for March, 2015

North Walsham Students Tackle Real-World Issues In Tourism Enterprise Challenge Day

NWHS Enterprise Day 2015 winner - Skyline Resorts

137 Year 9 students at North Walsham High School found out about one of Norfolk’s most important industries in a very hands-on way – with a Tourism Enterprise Challenge Day held at the school. Nine mentors from real businesses in the sector took part in the day to help the students with the challenge, which… Read the full article

A Strictly Wonderful Experience


Four NWHS students had a strictly wonderful time when they joined international ballroom dancing star Pasha Kovalev on stage at the Cromer Pavilion theatre, as part of his ‘Life Through Dance’ tour. Penelope Richardson, Toni Cook, Megan Robson, Leah Harris, all members of Cromer-based True Motion Dance, were amongst the supporting cast as the dancing… Read the full article

Year 9 Students Make WW1 Trench Models


Year 9 students were set a World War One Independent Learning Challenge for their Spring History homework slot. As part of their challenge they were asked to re-create the Trench system. The models that were brought in were to a very high standard, demonstrating attention to detail and well researched information.

YR 7 Respond Readily for Red Nose Day!


What a great team the new Year 7s are, especially when it comes to raising funds for a good cause! Many of the year took it upon themselves to organise and raise some instant cash for the Red Nose Day appeal last Friday. Year 7 students involved were : Blake Under wood, Jack Williams (£27.00),… Read the full article

Bake-Off And Dance-A-Thon Help Raise Money For Comic Relief At North Walsham High School

NWHS Year 9 students Zak Reid-Clark and Daisy Kerry help judge the Great North Walsham Bake Off

School students were able to play the parts of Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry today (Friday 13th March), as they subjected their teachers to close scrutiny, in the Great North Walsham Bake Off for Comic Relief. Teachers and staff at North Walsham High School put their baking skills on the line by bringing in cakes… Read the full article

Red Nose Day 2015

Red Nose Day image

Red Nose Day – Friday 13th March 2015 This year we are really excited to be raising money for Red Nose Day 2015! As one of the UK’s biggest fundraising events, Red Nose Day brings the entire nation together to do something funny for money. NWHS has decided to get involved and help raise money for… Read the full article

North Walsham High School Students Prepare To Share The Stage With Strictly Winner Pasha

Leah Harris (left) and Toni Cook run through their steps in the dance studio at North Walsham High School's Atrium

Two North Walsham High School students are set to share the stage with Pasha Kovalev, when the Strictly Come Dancing stars roll into Cromer for a show later this week. 13 year-olds Leah Harris and Toni Cook will be part of the supporting group of dancers for the show, at the Pavilion Theatre on Cromer… Read the full article

North Walsham Students Inspired By Rollercoaster Story Of High Finance Guru

Siam Kidd addressing Year 8 students at North Walsham HIgh School

North Walsham High School students were given an inspiring insight into the glamorous world of high finance when bullion and foreign exchange trader – and former RAF pilot – Siam Kidd visited the school to speak at a Year 8 assembly. Former Greshams School pupil Mr Kidd told students his story, including how he bought… Read the full article

Bright Futures Residential Trip to Holt Hall

Bright Futures 4 Group Photo

On the 25th-27th February, 13 Year 9 students took part in a residential Trip to Holt Hall. The trip was focused around energy and saving energy for schools. As well as North Walsham High School there were 3 other schools who took part in the trip; Thetford Academy, Springwood High School and Randerberg School (from… Read the full article

World Book Day


This year for World Book Day we are following last year’s cross curricular theme. Students are being encouraged to open a dialogue with their teachers about staff member’s favourite books. Teachers are displaying posters which detail their favourite book and students are being given the task of asking their teacher about the titles during lessons.… Read the full article