The UK Maths Challenges involve answering 25 multiple choice questions and are sat in school under normal exam conditions. They are often intriguing questions which are designed to stimulate an interest in maths.
The outside learning space that leads off of the main school library has been renovated recently, and we now have a selection of tables, benches with parasols and bean bags in the area for small groups of students to use.
On Monday 15 May 2017, Years 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12 students attended a 50 minute SOS+ Gangs Session.
Holly was nominated by her mother, after they suffered a serious car accident back in January in France.
At the end of last term, Cavell were the winning house in terms of house points; huge congratulations to all of them for their efforts and participation with house events over the whole term.
During TP3 today, the Year 12 students took part in the annual Model United Nations General Assembly.
A member of staff nominated Billy; he was an amazing and supportive friend to one of his peers who received a cancer diagnosis last spring.
In July last year, we were all shocked to hear that one of our year 10 students had been diagnosed with a brain tumour. Since then, Jake has spent long periods of time in hospital in London receiving treatment.
On the day of the snap general election of 8 June 2017, students at Notley High School and Braintree Sixth Form had the opportunity to participate in a mock election ballot.
On Tuesday 23 May 2017, 30 Year 9 students had the chance to visit The Guardian News and Media Education Centre.
On Tuesday 16 May 2017, Essex & Herts Air Ambulance visited the Year 12 assembly to speak about the charity and inform students and staff of some key facts relating to the services that they offer.
George Errington’s Head of House nominated him for the Jack Petchey award for his admirable courage and friendship.
On Wednesday 26 April 2017, the annual North Essex Regional Final Jack Petchey Speak Out Challenge took place. This year, the event was held at Saffron Walden County High School.
Following a rigorous application process that included a letter of application, a speech in assembly and an interview, we are delighted to announce that our new Student Governors for 2017/2018 are Verity Forster and Nabil Butcher.
It is with deep sadness that we are letting you know that a very well loved student in Year 11, Jake Whiteside, died yesterday following his battle with cancer.
On Friday 17 March 2017, I went on a trip to the Houses of Parliament with the Jack Petchey Speak Out Challenge.
On Tuesday 6th June, a small, but interested and engaged, audience listened to Gavin McKenna talking about the warning signs of your child getting mixed up in gang culture, and how to act.
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.
On Friday 12 May 2017, Year 11 students had their final assembly together as a year group after almost five years as students of Notley High School & Braintree Sixth Form.
On Saturday 29 April, Year 6 able and talented children were invited to take part in two masterclasses at Notley High School & Braintree Sixth Form.
The April 2017 edition of DITTO the free online safety magazine that you subscribe to is now available to download.
We would like to congratulate Sam Platt, a Year 12 student, on his fantastic success this weekend in running the London marathon.
On Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 April 2017, students from Notley High School & Braintree Sixth Form, Alec Hunter Academy, Tabor Academy and Ramsey Academy, came together to take part in able and talented activities led by TANGO.
On Saturday 25 March 2017, students from Notley High School & Braintree Sixth Form, Alec Hunter Academy and Tabor Academy, came together to take part in able and talented activities led by TANGO.