Thursday 8th February 2007 - School Closure

Thursday, 08 February 2007.

The school is was officially closed on Thursday 8th February due to our one day of snow so far this year. Friday 9th is a non-pupil day so students should return to school as normal on Monday 19th Feb - have a nice extended half-term break!

 

Notley Wins KS3 Website Competition

Wednesday, 28 June 2006.

After months of preparation by students, the day they’d all been waiting for arrived. Entrants from Tabor School and Notley High School met together here, on the afternoon of Tuesday 27 June for final judging. 

Prezzo trip for Notley Gold Award Winners

Friday, 09 June 2006.

On Thursday 8th June we treated 38 Year 11 students to a meal at Prezzo. The school took these students to congratulate them for their hard work over the last two years as they had accumulated enough points to gain a Notley Gold Award. This is a recognised award by 

CHIPS (Childline in Partnership with Schools)

Tuesday, 27 June 2006.

Recently 96 students from year 10 applied to be members of the CHIPS (Childline in Partnership with Schools) team, this is a real credit to the students of year 10 in particular and Notley High School in general that so many of them wish to help others. 

Year 11 Prom

Monday, 15 May 2006.

We beat all records this year to show you the footage from our Year 11 Prom! You can see the (as yet unedited) video by logging on to our Multimedia server. If you are outside school the address and login information is*:
http://video.notleyhigh.com
username: guest
password: prom2006

 

The Government Inspector

Tuesday, 30 January 2007.

The week before half term saw the arrival of The Government Inspector to Notley High School. The production played to over 100 people each night to much praise from the audience who thoroughly enjoyed the extraordinary story of a corrupt town that mistakenly identifies a mischievous traveller as an important inspector from the Government.

GCSE Results

Thursday, 24 August 2006.

Students and staff at Notley High School were celebrating the school’s highest ever GCSE results this morning.