Alicia was nominated by four people, including her tutor, for her longstanding charity work. This includes donating £20 of her own money to the Haiti earthquake, walking 18 km for the Farleigh Hospice Sunrise Walk – twice – walking the Braintree and Bocking Carnival 20 km sponsored walk to raise money for Little Havens Children’s Hospice and organising fundraising for BBC Children in Need. Phew!
Our talented group of budding bloggers will be keeping you up to date with all of the latest Year 7 news and here is the best place to find it! The bloggers will be covering events throughout the year, as well as giving their own opinions on some of the most current topics in society today. So please come and visit us regularly, whether it is to have a nosey look at the latest Year 7 news, or to comment and give your own opinion on some highly controversial topics!
As the new school year began, 70 year 10 students started their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) Award. The Award is highly respected by colleges, universities and employers and demonstrates a young person’s commitment, determination, compassion and team-working skills. It is open to all young people between the ages of 14 and 24, regardless of ability or background.
Our first winner for this year is Riley Baker of 9L, who was nominated for his excellence and achievement in football. Riley started playing football at the age of 5 years, when he was encouraged by his family to become a member of Gt Bradfords FC, where he stayed until the age of 9, developing his skills within those 4 years.
For parents, students and friends of Notley High School and Braintree Sixth Form
Earlier this year we consulted with parents/carers and other stakeholders about the school's plans to explore academy status. We are grateful to parents/carers and others who contributed to the consultation and those who attended the consultation meeting we arranged.