Archive for November, 2015

North Walsham Students Given Lesson In Politics By Local MP

Norman Lamb adressing Year 8 students at NWHS

Don’t worry if you don’t know what you want to do yet – sometime you don’t work that out until later on in life: that was the message from North Norfolk MP to Year 8 students at North Walsham High School, during an inspirational presentation and question-and-answer session. Mr Lamb, former Minister of State at… Read the full article

North Walsham’s Class Of 2015 Recognised At Glamorous Prizegiving Ceremony

NWHS Class of 2015

Outstanding students at North Walsham High School have been recognised at the school’s annual Prizegiving ceremony – with a total of 37 of last year’s Year 11 awarded prizes at the event, held in front of parents and families at the School’s Atrium. The most prolific prize-winners were Maisie Barber and Isobel Shuttleworth-Hobbs, who each… Read the full article

North Walsham Students Send Christmas Cheer In Shoeboxes

NWHS Year 7 students with the shoeboxes for Romania

Eighteen Romanian families will be enjoying a happier Christmas this year – thanks to the generosity of Year 7 students at North Walsham High School. Shoeboxes filled with toys, crayons, gloves, hats and even toothbrushes and combs will be winging their way to the country as part of the UK-wide Family Shoebox Appeal, which delivers… Read the full article

Parents Invited To Free Internet Safety Evening

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

Parents worried about keeping their children safe online are being invited to a special Internet Safety Evening in North Walsham  later this month – an event which will see the launch of an updated version of a free Internet Safety Guide which has been in demand from schools throughout the country. North Walsham High School… Read the full article

German Students Say ‘Ja’ To North Walsham’s Guerilla Gardener

NWHS teacher and guerilla gardener Simon Weal (right) with students and staff from the Albert-Schweitzer-Realschule

Twenty-one German school students joined North Walsham guerrilla gardener Simon Weal to help tidy up an area in the town centre – part of a week of activities marking the longest-standing exchange programme in Norfolk The students, from the Albert-Schweitzer-Realschule in Mayen near Koblenz, were taking part in an exchange with students at North Walsham… Read the full article