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North Walsham Students Spend Day Exploring Their Own Wellbeing

Chelsea Maccoll of the Community Sports Foundation at the NWHS Year 9 Wellbeing Day

Teenagers at a North Walsham school spent a whole day during Mental Health Awareness Week focussing on wellbeing, with a range of outside experts visiting the school to lead sessions on physical, mental and sexual health. The Year 9 Healthy Living and Wellbeing Day was run as part of North Walsham High School’s Personal, Social… Read the full article

‘Fun Science Week’ At North Walsham School Aims To Engage Students

NWHS Science Week 5

North Walsham High School has been putting the fun back into science – after staging a week-long programme of activities aimed at engaging young people in the subject. The school’s ‘Fun Science Week’ saw students taking part in a whole range of practical activities, including making glow sticks, manufacturing rockets, creating slime, and making cosmetics… Read the full article

14 Year Old North Walsham Girl Set To Take Charge On The Football Pitch

New youth football referee Gracie East

A 14 year old girl from North Walsham is set to take charge of both boys and girls football matches in the county after she passed her level 8 youth football referee exams with the highest score of any candidate in Norfolk. Gracie East, a student at North Walsham High School, was the youngest candidate… Read the full article

Twelve New Staff Members Join North Walsham High School

NWHS new staff April 2017

North Walsham High School has welcomed ten new teaching staff and two new support staff who are joining the school for the summer term – a move which has in particular strengthened the Science and English departments at the school. Head teacher Neil Powell welcomed the new staff on the first day of term, saying… Read the full article

“Work Out What You Want To Do – And Just Do It” Former Paralympic Swimmer Tells North Walsham Students

Paralympic swimmer Fran Williamson pictured speaking to NWHS students at the school's Atrium

“It always seems impossible until it’s done” – that was the inspirational message given to an audience of Year 10 students in North Walsham by retired paralympic swimmer Fran Williamson. The five-time world champion was visiting North Walsham High School as part of the Sky Sports Living For Sport initiative, which sees athletes go into… Read the full article