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  • 19th Dec

    Holocaust Survivor visits Northolt High

    Holocaust Survivor visits Northolt High

    On Wednesday 29th November, all the Year 9 students were lucky enough to be visited by a Holocaust survivor, Mr. Ernst Simon. His story was breathtaking and amazing. As a young Jewish child before and during the Second World War, his life was very hard. He lived in Austria - in an all Jewish community which was known as the ghetto. Places were segregated throughout the region. However, some Jews were treated more humanely. In some streets,...
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  • 15th Dec

    Senior Citizen's Christmas Party

    Senior Citizen's Christmas Party

    We recently hosted another very successful Christmas Party for our local senior citizen's living in the community. They were served a wonderful Christmas lunch with all the trimmings which had been lovingly prepared by our canteen staff and expertly served by members of the school's Sixth Form. Local MP Steve Pound popped in to visit and convey his season's greetings. This was followed by some singing entertainment in the North Hal...
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  • 14th Dec

    Make Your Future

    Make Your Future

    Over the last year our Year 10 Art students participated in the Make Your Future programme, an exciting ceramics and digital project, delivered in partnership with the Crafts Council. Make Your future is a national programme which, in the past year, took in schools in London, Birmingham and Yorkshire. In all regions, professional makers and craftspeople were recruited to work alongside teachers to deliver cutting edge workshops in schools...
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  • 8th Dec

    Northolt High School and The National Literacy Trust

    Northolt High School and The National Literacy Trust

                   Helping with reading at home How to encourage your child to read: 1. Read yourself! Show a good example by talking about the reading you do at work and at home. Let your child know that reading is an important part of your life. 2. Keep books safe. Make your child their own special place to keep their books in their bedroom. 3. Visit your library...
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  • 22nd Nov

    Ealing Teen Read Launch 2018

    Ealing Teen Read Launch 2018

      On Friday 17th November 2017, twenty of our Year 9 students attended the launch of the Ealing Teen Read 2018. Our school was host to the first ever Ealing Teen Read last year.  This year, we travelled to Elthorne Park High School for the event.   Guest author Marcus Alexander gave a speech, telling the students about his adventures and his trilogy, Keeper of the Realms. Three of our students were lucky eno...
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