News Articles

  • 17th May

    Northolt goes to Wembley!

    Northolt goes to Wembley!

    On Saturday 13th May, Mr Baglan led a team of keen Northolt football fans to watch the Women's FA Cup Final between Manchester City and Birmingham City. Manchester City's 4-1 victory meant that they now hold every major domestic trophy so it was a truly exciting occasion. Salma Mahamud in Year 10 reports:   "Attending the women's FA cup final really opened my eyes. It opened my eyes to the reality of female footba...
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  • 18th Apr

    Flying and Soaring with High School Musical at Northolt High School

    Flying and Soaring with High School Musical at Northolt High School

    Demi Roscoe, Year 11.    High School Musical is a film that brings back many nostalgic memories for most of us; I'm very sure almost everyone has seen it at least once in their lives!  So when I was given the chance to take part in our school’s very own rendition of it, there was no way I could refuse and looking back now, I’m glad that I didn't.    Being part of the production was b...
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  • 10th Apr

    Author Faye Bird visits Northolt High

    Author Faye Bird visits Northolt High

    On 29th March, local author Faye Bird, visited to give a talk to all of Year 9.  Her book ‘What I Couldn’t Tell You’ was shortlisted for the first ever Ealing Teen Read which was recently hosted at Northolt High School.  Although it didn’t win, it was the favourite of Northolt High Year 9 students taking part in the event.   Faye spoke about the book which features a  main character with...
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  • 27th Mar

    Ealing Teen Read Final

    Ealing Teen Read Final

    We were proud to host the first ever Ealing Teen Read Final on Thursday 23rd March which gave us a wonderful opportunity to promote the importance of reading for pleasure. Guest author Lisa Williamson visited the school and gave us an insight into her influences as a writer, speaking to an audience of around 130 students from seven different schools in Ealing.    Students in all of the schools had been given four months to re...
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  • 16th Mar

    Ready, steady, cook!

    Ready, steady, cook!

      The tension and concentration was palpable during our Year 11 students' final GCSE Catering practical examination which took place last week. Our students had the hard work of planning, sourcing and preparing a meal in strict timed conditions, leaving volunteer staff members with the easy job of tasting and giving feedback! Congratulations to everyone involved for a very successful day's work.     &nb...
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