Skip to content ↓

The Norwood School

Latest News

Page 1

  • Norwood Gardening Club

    Published 09/05/22

    The Norwood School Gardening Club has been doing its first session with our new school gardener Beatrice Dandy.  This project has been funded by Lambeth Public Health in partnership with the Norwood Forum to bring new health and wellbeing projects to the residents of Gipsy Hill. 

    Read More
  • Thank you

    Published 01/04/22

    Thanks to everyone for their generous contributions to our Ukraine appeal today. So fun to see how many staff and students made the effort to show their solidarity wearing blue and yellow.

    Read More
  • Exceptional Basketball Success

    Published 01/04/22

    This week has been an exceptional week for the Norwood Basketball Academy. Starting with our trip to Manchester, being the only School taking 32 students to watch and support one of our own, Juelz Robinson. Juelz, one of the most exciting players to watch in the finals, attended Norwood School Year 7 to 13, currently plays for one of the top Basketball Academies in the country, Myerscough College, which competed in the finals of the Elite Academy Basketball League (EABL). Our students also got the chance to watch the battles between two powerhouses in the Women's Elite Academy Basketball League (WEABL) Finals and the Academy Basketball League (ABL) Finals. This was an invaluable, aspirational trip for our boys and girls. Thank you to all the teachers that enable our students to attend.  

    Read More
  • Netball update

    Published 31/03/22

    Amazing Tournament   Monday 28th March. 

    We held the biggest tournament this year with welcoming 9 schools to Norwood and watching an impressive 11 teams take to court. Our year 7 team battled through 2 and a half hours of gameplay showing off their hard work, dedication and pure skills on the court. 

     

    Read More
  • British Sign Language Bill - Student Action

    Published 23/03/22

    A wonderfully inspiring email from the parent of Mia in Yr 9....

    Hello,

    Thank you for letting Mia attend the BSL rally last Friday. 

    Read More
  • Own Clothes Day

    Published 23/03/22

    Friday April 1st, will be an 'own clothes day'.


    We will be asking all students, including Sixth Form, to contribute at least £1 each to raise funds for Unicef and British Red Cross which in turn, will be supporting families displaced and in desperate need of help due to the Ukrainian crisis.
     

    Read More
  • Netball Success

    Published 22/03/22

    Great message from Ms Howell today - 'Just thought I’d share an amazing success from the year 8 girls yesterday, who powered through a tough 4 teams. Winning 6-0, 3-2 and 5-3 and securing a sold second place with 10 points overall. 

    These girls have been committed since September, and it was amazing to see all of their hard work go to good use.

    Read More
  • Thank you for your kindness and generosity

    Published 11/03/22

    Thank you to everyone who has been so kind to donate so much to our Ukraine appeal this week.

    Read More
  • Netball Success

    Published 11/03/22

    Some Netball Success for a lovely Friday. These girls took to court yesterday to play against Trinity, Kingsdale and Woodmansterne. Some superb netball from all and representing Norwood in an amazing manner. 

    Read More
  • International Womens Day

    Published 09/03/22

    Some of our Bursary students have just done a photography & word workshop celebrating International Women's Day.

    Read More
  • #Let Girls Play

    Published 09/03/22

    Ms Barton has been really doing a wonderful job encouraging our girls to get onto the football pitch and play.

    Backed by Let Girls Play ambassadors Abi, 17, and Olivia,15, along with Barclays’ ambassador Kelly Smith MBE, the Let Girls Play campaign will inspire and empower communities and schools to want to help make change, unlocking equal opportunities for girls to participate in the sport.

    Only 63 per cent of schools currently offer girls’ football in PE lessons and our ambition, as seen in the women’s and girls’ Inspiring Positive Change strategy, is to have 75 per cent of schools providing equal access to football for girls in PE lessons by 2024.

    And the #LetGirlsPlay campaign supports this ambition by encouraging people to stop, listen and see how they can make a difference to this current challenge. The campaign’s website provides inspiring resources to help influence the start of change and allow more girls to feel the mental and physical benefits of exercise through playing football.


     

    Read More
  • Great to welcome new Yr7's

    Published 09/03/22

    Thank you to all our visitors for joining us today at our Open Morning.

    Read More