Paired Reading

Thursday, 17 November 2005.

Paired Reading has got off to an excellent start this year, with 70 of our Year11 students working with 70 Year7s. Together they choose a book and share the reading of it.

Leading Specialist School

Wednesday, 21 September 2005.

In addition to the recent International School and Artsmark Awards, Notley has been identified by the Department for Education and Skills as a high performing specialist school. 

Ski Notley Online

Wednesday, 21 September 2005.
Well, despite delays on the ferry and terrible driving conditions through France, 74 students and staff managed to get to Austria over half-term for the yearly ski trip. 

Walking on Eyre

Wednesday, 21 September 2005.
Former Notley High pupil Nicky Eyre found himself on the bench in the Spurs Vs Crystal Palace Barclays Premiership clash on Saturday 22nd after a series of events that finally shot him into the limelight. 

Science Race 2005

Wednesday, 21 September 2005.
Teams of scientists across the country took part in a National online Quiz where they had to answer 20 questions in 20 minutes for a diverse subject range. 

Teechers

Wednesday, 21 September 2005.
The Notley High School Production 2005 - "Teechers" by Jon Godber - has now finished its three day run to unanimous acclaim. Well done everyone, especially the director Mrs Pollard.

Free OS Maps for Year 7

Wednesday, 21 September 2005.

By this half term your child will be given a free 1:25 000 scale Explorer Ordnance Survey map by their school. These maps are being issued to year 7/primary 7 pupils to help them to develop their map-reading skills. 

It's a Boy!

Tuesday, 27 September 2005.

Early in November 2004 Mrs Tucker and Mrs Curran were very happy to announce their new arrival - a bouncing 7lb 7oz baby boy. (He was actually born on 29 September but it took a while for him to be delivered!)

 

Red Nose Day 2005

Wednesday, 21 September 2005.
Notley really got into the spirit of Red Nose Day 2005. Not just red noses, but just anything else that could be dyed red, combined with lunchtime aerobics and a non-uniform day ensured a very entertaining day was had by all! 

UNICEF Day for Change

Wednesday, 21 September 2005.

Notley will once again be taking part in this national event, which raises millions of pounds each year to improve the lives of children in the Developing World. 

Battle of the Bands

Wednesday, 21 September 2005.

Electric Revolution, a band formed by four of our pupils has rocked its way to win a battle of the bands competition in Newmarket. Rhys Andrews (lead guitar), Joe McCarty (lead vocals and guitar), Callum Gildart (bass guitar) and Max Smethurst (drums) beat off 15 other bands to win the contest. Their prize is a two-day session in a recording studio in Norwich.

 

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