Notley High School’s Break-out Day

Friday, 17 December 2010.

On Friday 10th December, students from Notley High School, participated in a break-out day. This involved them exchanging their normal timetabled lessons for other teacher or specialist led activities, where each year group had a different theme for the activities they were taking part in. "Today offers the students a chance to have different experiences and assist them in becoming reflective learners." Says Mr David Calver, the co-ordinator and brains behind the day.

 

TANGO Master Classes

Friday, 26 November 2010.

On Saturday 20 November 2010, Notley High School was host to four TANGO master classes in English, Science and Technology.  The TANGO (Tabor, Alec, Notley Gifted Organisation) partnership aims to provide extension and enrichment activities for able and talented students in both primary and secondary schools within the Braintree area.

‘Great shops but not enough to do’

Wednesday, 13 October 2010.

Pupils speak out about life in Braintree.

Pupils from Alec Hunter Humanities College, Notley High School and Tabor Science College in Braintree recently got together to voice their views about life in the town.

2nd Chance

Thursday, 30 September 2010.

On Friday the 24th of September, RAFT and lesson 3, all of Year 7 went over to the Braintree sixth form to watch a meaningful play called "2nd Chance."

Morrisons Let's Grow

Wednesday, 10 November 2010.

We are collecting Let’s Grow vouchers which will enable us to help our students learn more about where their food comes from by growing their own fresh fruit and vegetables.

E-Safety Update

Thursday, 07 October 2010.

Social Networking Sites can be a good way of communicating and staying in touch with friends and family who may live a long way away from us. They are becoming an ever increasing part of our young people lives. As a school, we frequently speak to our young people about the possible dangers of Social Networking Sites and the need to ensure that, if they use such sites, that they:

Community allotment wins grant

Wednesday, 08 December 2010.

Notley High School and Braintree Sixth Form are delighted to announce that they have been given a grant of £2100 by Braintree District Council’s GreenHeart Award.  The award aims to improve the appearance of the local area, increase community involvement and encourage pride in the community. The grant also encourages a sense of belonging and supports Braintree District Council’s GreenHeart campaign.

Bronze Duke of Edinburgh : Assessment Weekend

Monday, 18 October 2010.

As we prepare to relax during half term, there are a group of students who definitely deserve a well earned rest.  As the weekend of 16 – 17th October saw thirty one year 10 students complete their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Assessment weekend.

 

Home School Family Worker

Wednesday, 15 September 2010.

I would like to say a big warm "Hello!" to all parents and carers who have children at Notley High School.  My name is Jan Preston and I am the Home School Family Worker for Notley High School.  I also work across at John Ray Junior and Infant school.