High Sheriff Lieutenant General Robin Vaughan Brims took the time to visit our school on Friday 22nd September 2017. Check out all our photos in our gallery.
Pupils at Norham High School are celebrating a great set of GCSE results today, with some particularly brilliant achievements from a number of star performers. Check out all our photos in our Gallery.
As part of our ongoing work around improving attendance across Norham High School, this week we will be introducing attendance queue jumpers each Friday. Over the next 5 weeks from Monday 6th November 2017, Mrs Hendry and Heads of Year will be tracking and monitoring pupils attendance on a weekly basis. Any pupil who has 100% attendance at the end of each week, will be allowed to leave 5 minutes early to get their lunch. This will start with Year 7 week beginning Monday 6th November. This week (Monday 13th November 2017), will Year 8.
We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting our first Key Stage 3 celebration and awards evening at Norham High school.
Please click on the link for all the details.
Dear Parent, The bridge on Norham road will be closed from 5th June to Spring 2018 to vehicles, though a temporary bridge will be put in place to allow people walking and on bikes to cross the coast road as normal.The bridge needs replacing due to its age. The slip roads will remain open during this time. Please can you consider if this is likely to affect your child's journey to school and if so, allow enough time to get to school. This is really important for yr 11 who have exams. The bus routes 310 and W3 will be affected by this closure but other routes will operate as normal. North Tyneside Council suggest that people sign up to to their e bulletin which will give updates on the work - do this by e mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. There will also be information on the 'Roads' section of the council website.
Parents Using Cars Please can all parents using cars to collect their children at the end of the school day, turn off their engines while they are parked up outside of the school on Biddlestone Crecent and Alnwick Avenue. This request has come from the council as a reminder about cutting down on air pollution, particularly where there are children around or nearby. Many Thanks in anticipation of your co-operation in this matter.
If you weren't able to get along to our open evening, please call us on (0191) 200 5062 to arrange an individual visit and we'd be delighted to show you around.