Norwood School at Pop Brixton
Performers at Pop Brixton - 24th June 2017
Performers at Pop Brixton - 24th June 2017
Thank you to everyone who contributed to this year's Red Nose Day Appeal.
Yr 10, Sixth Form and Yr 11 are invited to attend the Big Careers Day at Lambeth College.
See the careers section of the website for more details and the link to register!
Good Luck to our Year 11 - who are nearing the end of their GCSE's and have now gone on study leave!
We all wish them every success with the exams they have taken and have yet to sit, over the next week or so and are looking forward to seeing them all in August to pick up, what we know will be a fantastic set of results!
We would like to say a huge thank you to the kind generosity of four companies who have donated so generously towards the Leavers T Shirt Fund this year, Tradewind, Future Education, P.J. Electrics and Just Teachers. We know that the students were very grateful for the T shirts, printed with the leavers date and the names of everyone in the year - and whether they covered them with farewell scribbles or wanted to save them to wear as pyjamas - they will treasure them for years to come!
Good Luck Year 11 and thank you donators!
Please join us on Thursday 22nd June between 5pm and 7pm. Key Stage 4.
What a fantastic evening!
So many positve comments and kind words from parents, carers and staff. Here's just a couple that seem to sum up everything that made it such a special event!
'I just wanted to congratulate and thank you for a lovely evening at the Battle of the Bands on Thursday. It was so good to see all the young musicians celebrating the strong culture of music making at the school and it was clear that they were all having a brilliant time. It was also really good chance for all the peri music teachers to meet and to also meet and share some common threads with other teachers. A great night of sharing for all and highly enjoyable!'
Dear Norwood School,
Please could you pass on my thanks to the music and performing arts team for putting on such a great show last night for the Battle of the Bands and music showcase.
It was very inspiring to see so many students with the confidence to get up on stage and perform and it gives me great personal pride to see my daughter on stage, enjoying performing in front of a crowd at such a young age. This can only be due to the nurturing and supportive environment that the staff in the school foster - as well as their talent and inspiration - so thank you!
Parent of Year 7 pupil.
It was a pleasure to see all of our new bursary children last week when we took them all to see the smash West End production of School of Rock.
Lambeth Secondary Schools celebrate the Phoenix Book Awards 2017 at Norwood.
Let's all help support an excellent cause!
Staff are looking forward to meeting parents and carers at our forthcoming Parents' Evenings.
The brother of Scottish aid worker David Haines, who was murdered by so-called Islamic State terrorists, says he does not "hate" his killers. He came into school recently and spoke to Yr 10, 11 and the Sixth Form about why he feels it is so important to travel the world, spreading a message of unity, tolerance and understanding.
Mike explained that his brother David Haines was a British aid worker. David had been working for the international relief agency, Acted, when in March 2013 he was ambushed and kidnapped on the Turkish border and held captive in Syria for 18 months. In September 2014 a video of his murder was released.
The assembly moved all of us and we wold like to thank Mike for so bravely sharing his story.
Thank you to just some of the students who felt compelled to write a few words about the presentation.
Priscilla - I found the assembly inspiring. At first I felt a sense of sadness when hearing his story about his brother but when he gave his message it made me realise that sometimes bad experiences can lead to good outcomes. I'm glad he is spreading the message about not hating others. It is important to remember that, especially with the these days.
Diana - This particular assembly resonated with me as my brother has recently joined the metropolitan police. In light of what happened in Westminster recently, I'm constantly worried for him when a terrorist attack is shown on the news. The man in the assembly went through what I fear and managed to put his pain into something productive. I will always remember that assembly as that man is now someone who I can look up to. Despite his explanation though, I will never understand how he managed to overcome such pain. I can only hope that if I am ever in a situation, then I will be able to rise above it. Just like the man. If I could speak to him again I would say thank you and the world needs more people like him.
Hamdi - I found the assembly very sad at first but it soon turned into an emotional, educational and eye opening experience. I think that the assembly educated the confused people in our school, which I think was very useful as the recent events that have taken place in central London have caused a lot of panic and worry.
Rosie - Michael’s mind set after the tragic event is truly inspiring it really made me think about the cohesion I take for granted in everyday life, may not be so in other parts of the UK and around the World. I have since looked into his organisation and it has been really interesting to watch some of his talks about standing up against hate.