On 16 November Year 10 Art, Craft and Design students and Art Graphics students visited the National Gallery and Tate Modern in London.
Are you stressed out and frustrated because your child isn't revising? One of the most common complaints I hear from parents is that no matter what they do (buy £££s of revision books, provide costly bribes, shout, argue and nag) their children just won't start their revision.
On the morning of Wednesday 1 November, Notley High School & Braintree Sixth Form hosted a school games primary school football tournament.
Year 11s started this half term by getting prepared for their public exams this summer. With mock exams approaching quickly, students spent the day focusing on effective revision skills for the key subjects of Maths, English and Science, as well as taking part in a workshop with The Life Skills Company.
Notley High School & Braintree Sixth Form were pleased to host Kamal Hyman for a series of motivational speeches which he delivered to Year 13, Year 12 and Year 10 on October 17.
The University of East Anglia hosted the launch day of The Scholars Programme this year, which was attended by 21 of our Year 10 students on 11 October.
Braintree District Community Safety Partnership will be holding four information and awareness sessions for parents and carers of children and young people of secondary school age and those with children in Year 6.
Mystery, fun and lashings of Ginger Beer were to be found in the Library on the 20th of September, as students were invited to join us in our celebration of 75 Years of Enid Blyton’s Famous Five.
Gabby was nominated to receive the Jack Petchey award by a member of the community for her brave and inspirational attitude overcoming the serious medical condition of scoliosis.
During the 2016/17 Summer Term, an opportunity to participate in the Jack Petchey Table Tennis Donation Scheme presented itself to us.
Year 13 and 11 students attended this year's Model United Nations conference at Richard Hale School in Hertford on Saturday 4 November, representing The United Arab Emirates and Norway in two delegations.
Matthew was nominated for the Jack Petchey after a member of staff saw him at Parkrun. Every Saturday he is usually volunteering and often taking photos of the runners.
On Monday 16 October, a large number of Jake’s family and friends of Jake gathered on the school field to plant an oak tree in his memory.
There was a real buzz of excitement around school last week at our annual Open Evening. The evening was very well attended by parents and carers considering sending their son/daughter to Notley High School in September 2018.
Please see the link below with details of a teacher training recruitment event to be held on 17 October 2017.
The September 2017 edition of DITTO the free online safety magazine that you subscribe to is now available to download.
In the summer term, Jack single handedly organised and produced a fashion show in aid of the Yo-Yo counselling service run by Farleigh Hospice.
On the 11th November Amy Marsh travelled to Byakko Shotokan Association in Yorkshire to participate in a two day karate course and to grade for her 1st Dan Black Belt.
On Wednesday 20 September we took a group of our new GCSE product design students to the Design Museum in London.
Essex Youth Service together with the Essex Youth Strategy Groups have commissioned a Child Sexual Exploitation awareness project, Chelsea’s Choice.
On Wednesday 11 October students from current Years 8 to 10 collected awards at Notley High School & Braintree Sixth Form's annual Key Stage 3 Presentation Evening.
On Sunday 8 October 2017, Year 13 students Leah Roby Smith and Ella Jones ran the Royal Parks half marathon in London to raise money for the charity Scope.
Fourteen of our Year 9 students were selected by the Heads of House to participate in this year’s Respect Project which is voluntarily run by The Essex Boys & Girls Club in Chelmsford.
Mr Conway has sent out a letter today about the changes to the Food Hall and outside eating areas that have taken place over the summer. We are delighted and a little overwhelmed by the positive response by students who are using the canteen at break and lunchtimes.