Archive for May, 2015

North Walsham High School Declared ‘Good’ By Ofsted

Caroline Brooker and the student leadership team

North Walsham High School is celebrating a ‘Good’ rating from OFSTED – just 20 months after it was rated ‘Requiring Improvement’ following its last inspection. OFSTED inspectors visited the school at the beginning of the month, and in a report published today (Wednesday 20th May), it rated NWHS ‘Good’ across the board. Key findings of… Read the full article

7EN3 Talk Politics!


On Friday 8th May “The Election” came to 7EN3. Pupils had to work in groups to create their own political party, come up with a manifesto and present it to the rest of the class. They had to do this while honing their persuasive writing skills. Some of the policies were to: increase foreign aid;… Read the full article

Parents Go Back To The Classroom For Year 5 Learning Festival

Max Harrison and mum Sam Harrison in the Science lab at the Year 5 Learning Festival

Primary school students from around the North Walsham area took their parents into the classroom at an event designed to help them find out about life at high school, during a special Year 5 Learning Festival at North Walsham High School. The children – and their parents – were able to experience life in the… Read the full article

Hang Out The Bunting For VE Day – Hundreds Of Banners Made By North Walsham High School Students

NWHS VE Day bunting - (from left) Jaidan Hubbard, Charlotte Oakley, Molly Tilden, Katie Keen, Summer Waugh, Madison Draper

North Walsham’s VE Day celebrations will be brightened by long strings of patriotic bunting – after students at the town’s high school contributed a home-made banner for the event. A celebratory picnic will be held in North Walsham’s memorial Park on Sunday 10th May to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second… Read the full article