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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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  • 27th Feb

    Royal Court Theatre: Young Script Panel Opportunity

    Royal Court Theatre: Young Script Panel Opportunity

    The Royal Court Theatre is looking for students 18+ to read never before seen scripts to help shape the work of the theatre. If this is something that you are interested in, please see the attached PDF for more information, or alternatively speak to Mr Wasiq or Miss Hoiberg.  Click image to view document    
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  • 27th Feb

    Improving Literacy at Northolt High School

    Improving Literacy at Northolt High School

    ‘Literacy can give our children that most important of things: the ability to grow into adults and have the whole world available to them. The child who can speak well, can write well and can read well is the child who can step out into the world with the skills to be successful and happy’ Charlie Carroll: writer, musician, teacher Northolt High School echoes these sentiments and has...
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  • 23rd Feb

    Drum Works at Northolt High

    Drum Works at Northolt High

    The Performing Arts Department were delighted to host the first of six drumming sessions lead by Drum Works and supported by Ealing Music Service. The sessions are based around building resilience, coordination, concentration and commitment to succeed. For many students in years 7 and 8, this was their first opportunity to use Samba drums and they felt a sense of excitement and joy as they took part in their very first session. As the week...
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  • 2nd Feb

    Author Non Pratt Visits Northolt High School

    Author Non Pratt Visits Northolt High School

    We were delighted to welcome back author Non Pratt to work with our Year 9 students on Friday 26th January. Non first visited Northolt High in 2014, a few months after the publication of her first novel, Trouble.  She has now had three novels and two novellas published.  This was the third time our students have had the privilege of working with Non.  We first met her at an author event at West Ham Football Club as part of t...
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