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  • 26th Feb

    Kindness is contagious!

    Kindness is contagious!

    Our Year 11 students are in the middle of their last set of Pre-Public Examinations before the real GCSEs begin in May. We are really proud of the way they are working. We are especially touched that students are all making time this week to write a postcard to thank the people in their lives who have been supporting them. We are looking forward to posting our students' postcards this week. If you receive a postcard from a Year 11 student,...
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  • 11th Jan

    Year 11 Parents' Evening

    Year 11 Parents' Evening

    Many thanks to all our parents and students who attended our Y11 Parents' Evening. Please find here a link to a PDF version of the slide presentation which was used.
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  • 7th Jan

    Senior Citizens' Christmas Party

    Senior Citizens' Christmas Party

    Thank you to everyone who was involved in making this year's Senior Citizens' Christmas Party a wonderful success. This really was a school wide event, with students from all year groups donating gifts for our visitors and sterling contributions from a range of other students as well. Following a first class meal provided by our fantastic school caterers, Innovate, we were proud to listen to our Year 7 choir and our GCSE music students...
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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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