GCSE Results 2010

Friday, 27 August 2010.

This year, for the first time, the chairs of governors and headteachers at the four schools in Braintree and Coggeshall agreed to issue a joint press release about GCSE results. This decision indicates our shared commitment to work together to secure the best possible outcomes for all the students in our area. 

Prom 2010

Wednesday, 19 May 2010.

Glitz, glamour and gowns, it was all going on at the Notley High School Prom on Wednesday night!


Activities Week: 10 – 14 May 2010

Tuesday, 04 May 2010.

From May 10th-14th it will beActivities Week at Notley!

This year will be the first year that Notley High has held an activities week, which focuses on developing personal, learning and thinking skills and will involve every student in the school. For the entire week, timetables are collapsed and students have the opportunity to experience a whole range of activities from enterprise to French boules, from Quidditch to personal safety training. Below is an overview of the week.


Cheque presentation to Little Haven’s Hospice

Tuesday, 22 June 2010.

Last week we were delighted that Head girl Bethany Mill and Deputy Head boy Alex Stewart were able to donate a cheque for £911.50 to Leanne Overett from Little Haven’s Hospice.  The money was raised during the most recent non uniform day.

Spanish School Visit

Friday, 30 April 2010.

On Tuesday 27th April 40 students and four staff from IES Foramontanos and IES San Vicente, two secondary schools located in Cantabria, Spain, visited Notley High School. 

Guardian School Trip

Wednesday, 09 June 2010.

On Friday 28th May, selected students in top-set English were given the opportunity to visit the Guardian News and Media Education Centre in London. 

Listen up Survey

Friday, 07 May 2010.

Express your views via a survey on a range of subjects including education, work, politics, health, ambitions and hobbies.

Year 8 girls raise money for charities

Sunday, 25 April 2010.

Leah Riley, Heidi Ellis of 8Y and Emily Davis of 8E rallied round and organised three weeks of fundraising for two charities - Cancer Research and Motor Neurone Disease.  Using their own initiative they collected money during assemblies, lunch times and afternoon registrations, but the biggest money-maker was the Race for Life day they planned.