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  • 13th Nov

    Northolt officially becomes a Music Mark Member

    Northolt officially becomes a Music Mark Member

    Music at Northolt High School has been growing from strength to strength, not only as part of a high quality broad and balanced curriculum, but also in the rich extra curricular activities and partnerships that have been set up. It is with great pleasure I announce that in recognition of our commitment to ensuring students get the music curriculum they deserve, Northolt High School has been nominated and supported financiall...
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  • 13th Nov

    Lest We Forget - The National Children's WW1 Remembrance Concert

    Lest We Forget - The National Children's WW1 Remembrance Concert

    The Northolt High School Choir were delighted to be invited by Ealing Music Service to perform at the 'Lest We Forget' concert (2018) in the NEC Arena Birmingham on Saturday 3rd November. The concert  was organised to celebrate the end of World War 1. As part of the concert, there was a 2000 strong choir made up of schools from across the country, of which Northolt High School played part, performing alongside an orchestr...
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  • 12th Nov

    Northolt High School Remembers

    Northolt High School Remembers

    Northolt High School students marked the centenary of WW1 in a range of lessons on Friday 9th November. In Art and Photography, students were developing their skills on Photoshop in the style of Grayson Perry, by making the following Remembrance vases:   In Maths, students were learning some Functional Maths skills with relation to a poppy selling project. S...
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  • 16th Oct
  • 8th Oct

    Nikesh Shukla visit to Northolt High School

    Nikesh Shukla visit to Northolt High School

    Year 9 had the privilege of a visit from author Nikesh Shukla on 2nd October 2018.  He gave a talk to the whole year group about his new book, ‘Run, Riot’.  Although Nikesh has written novels for adults, film screenplays, television scripts, short stories and magazine articles, ‘Run, Riot’ is his first novel for teenagers.  He was inspired to write it to address the low representation of BAME authors...
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