• High praise from local residents

    Dear Mrs Webster,

    I am a local resident, living on Norwood Park Road.

    I wanted to write to let you know how impressed I am with the behaviour of the pupils at Norwood School. My husband and I have often commented that coming and going on the bus in the morning and afternoon, they always seem extremely calm, and have always been helpful when I have a buggy to manoeuvre past them!

    In addition, at a local shop this afternoon, as some of your pupils lined up quietly outside, waiting to take their turn in the shop, they moved politely out of the way when I needed to come out.

    Teenagers in general, and especially in London, often get such a bad press these days, so I thought it was important to let you and your staff, as well as your fantastic pupils, know that their excellent behaviour is noticed!

    Yours sincerely,

    Helen Jones

  • Letter from L'Arche

  • Brilliant Band Gig!

    Thank you to Ms Wise who booked the band into another successful gig at the White Lion.

    It was great to see so many parents supporting the students, they were really impressed with the performances - so mature and confident!- so thank you to everyone for their commitment and enthusiasm.

    In other Music News - well done to Shamanie and Mikayla who are off to work experience on Monday at the Lambeth Musictrax Festival at the Royal Festival Hall, arranged through Lambeth Music Service. Their parents are rightly proud and the students very excited!

    The next gig for the band is a big one - Lambeth Country Show on 19th July - do join us if you can.

  • Another heart felt thank you from happy Norwood Parents....

    Another heart felt thank you from happy Norwood Parents....

    What can I say about Norwood? We are so glad that we chose Norwood to be Freddie’s secondary school. His (and our) experience has always been positive and we have felt that Freddie has achieved so much.

    He has had the most amazing support from TA’s and teachers and they have helped him achieve and have recognised that he has real strengths to offer the school. The school should be rightly proud of themselves in creating such an inclusive environment that has enabled him to achieve so much.

    It is with a sad heart that we leave Norwood and would like to thank everybody that has been involved in supporting him.

    It has been difficult for us as Freddie’s parents to be “hands off” and allow Freddie to make decisions for himself and he has enjoyed having the freedom to do this and keeping things to himself has helped him deal with the anxiety he feels about leaving Norwood.

    Once again our sincere thanks.

    Mr Sidaway


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