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  • 1st May

    Athletics Success

    Athletics Success

    Last Wednesday, a group of Year 9 and 10 students attended Perivale Athletics Track to compete in the annual borough athletics competition. Congratulations are due to our Year 10 boys team who came joint first overall (alongside Drayton Manor High School). They were defending their title of champions from last year.  Our students were impeccably well behaved and performed magnificently throughout the day. It was a joy to see the...
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  • 27th Apr

    Mayor's Maths Success

    Mayor's Maths Success

    Strategy games, solving a Soma cube (I'd never heard of them either), rapid mental calculations with fractions and decimals, and tackling grade 7-9 algebra in order to complete a treasure hunt - these are all elements of the Count On Us Secondary Challenge run by the Mayor's Fund for London. Since February, around 30 of our year 9 students have been attending Maths Club three lunch times each week in order to do battle with the above-m...
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  • 20th Apr

    Year 13 Economics trip to Canterbury

    Year 13 Economics trip to Canterbury

    During the Easter holidays, six A Level students currently studying Economics were fortunate enough to attend a series of workshops from renowned Economics specialist and YouTuber, EconplusDal. The students took part in a variety of workshops and activities, studying for up to eleven hours each day over the three days.  Despite the  intensity of the focus and effort required the students have been extremely positive and all gained in...
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  • 15th Mar

    Ealing Teen Read Final

    Ealing Teen Read Final

    Our Year 9 students taking part in the Ealing Teen Read enjoyed attending the Final on 13th March.  In the four months since we first went to Elthorne Park High School for the launch of this literacy event, our students have read all six shortlisted books, debated their merits and voted for their top three.  The books, chosen by school librarians in the borough, dealt with a variety of themes including crippling anxiety, a dystopian...
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  • 5th Mar

    Northolt High School welcomes Orange Tree Theatre to perform Romeo and Juliet

    Northolt High School welcomes Orange Tree Theatre to perform Romeo and Juliet

    “Two households, both alike in dignity/In fair Verona, where we lay our scene” Last week, Northolt High School welcomed Richmond’s Orange Tree Theatre to perform their high-octane version of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet is a classic tragedy of doomed love. Northolt High School students were gripped with Orange Tree Theatre’s version of the play; the ninety-minute performance flew b...
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