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  • 5th Jul

    #GreenforGrenfell

    #GreenforGrenfell

    Students raised money on 23rd June 2017 for the people who were affected by the fire at Grenfell Tower by donating money as part of a non-school uniform day. Years 7 and 8 also held a charity interform basketball competition after school and a cake sale at breaktime and lunchtime. We raised a total of £805.57. Years 7 and 8 voted on how to allocate this money and decided that we should split this donation between two groups: the Rugby Po...
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  • 5th Jul

    Tea with the Headteacher

    Tea with the Headteacher

    Students in Year 7 and Year 8 were rewarded with a special tea with the headteacher event this week. Fifty students in Year 7 and Year 8 were invited to show off their work and enjoy ice cream, candy floss and a chocolate fountain. This was a special group of students, chosen because they have excellent records of attendance since September and because they have received high numbers of achievement points. These are the students who model...
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  • 5th Jul

    Day in the Life of a Surgeon

    Day in the Life of a Surgeon

    On 29th of June we were delighted to welcome Mr Yemi Idowu (MBBS,BSc, MRCS), a plastic surgeon, to Northolt High School for the third ‘Day in the Life of a Surgeon’ workshop. Twenty seven year 10 students had the opportunity to learn about life as a plastic surgeon working at St Mary’s Hospital, London. This year has been especially challenging as St Mary’s Hospital treated victims of the Westminster and London Bridge a...
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  • 19th Jun

    Educational Visit – the Ypres Salient

    Educational Visit – the Ypres Salient

    On Friday 19th May the History department led a two-day trip to France and Belgium, visiting interesting and thought-provoking sites. Year 9 and 10 students had the opportunity to experience the regions on the Western Front where the most fierce and violent fighting took place during World War I. After crossing the Channel to Calais early on Friday morning, our first stop was Vimy Ridge and Newfoundland Memorial Park. The sites commem...
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  • 12th Jun

    Votes for Tomorrow

    Votes for Tomorrow

    We had an exciting two weeks of campaigning at Northolt High School in the run up to last week's General Election. Students created their own political parties and spent two weeks devising manifestos and planning their campaigns. They campaigned hard, in assemblies and the playground at break and lunchtimes. All parties presented brilliantly with confidence, style and humour.   After a hard fought campaign, The Tomor...
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