Red Nose Day 2011

Friday, 01 April 2011.

Well – what can we say?!  What a week it was, with staff and students from Notley High School and Braintree Sixth Form joining in to make so many contributions to raising funds for special projects in Africa and here in the UK.  So many children will benefit from what we raised in this school.

 

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.

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.

 

Non-uniform day: Tuesday 16 March 2010

Tuesday, 16 March 2010.

The school will be supporting the Witham & Rivenhall branch of the Air Training Corps (ATC) in memory of Harry Robinson, who was a member of this branch and a student at Notley High School.

 

7T Valentine's Cards

Tuesday, 09 February 2010.

On the 9th of February, Year 7 was selling Valentine’s cards for Notley High School for the duration of the week, dedicated for a special person. This special person is Harry Robinson.

Non-Uniform Day – Friday 5 February: Unicef

Tuesday, 26 January 2010.

This year Unicef’s campaign is called ‘Day for Change 2010’ and focuses on changing lives for children in Mozambique by improving their health and education.  So, if you’re not going to wear uniform on Friday 5 February, please bring in £1 for the privilege and help make the lives of these children better.

 

RSPCA Donation

Tuesday, 15 December 2009.

Year 10 students have been busy this term bringing in donations for the RSPCA Centre in Weathersfield.

 

Jack Petchey Achievement Award – November

Monday, 23 November 2009.

We are pleased to announce that this month’s winner of the prestigious Jack Petchey Achievement Award is Charly Hutchinson of 11H. Charly is a member of the Army Cadet Force here in Braintree and as part of a 150 year celebration, the Force is sending 60 people from the UK to go to the Kingdom of Lesotho in South Africa. Charly is one of the 60 taking part; one of three from Essex chosen from two hundred applicants.

 

Jack Petchey Achievement Award

Friday, 16 October 2009.

It is with great pleasure that we announce the winner for the first month’s award. September’s winner is Adam Reynolds in 11H. Adam has brittle bone disease and has been wheelchair-bound since he was 5 years old.