Friendship Tea Party - Year 6!
Welcome to the Norwood School!
Welcome to the Norwood School!
What is your opinion on Brexit and the future of the Labour party?
The leader of Lambeth council, Jack Hopkins joined us this afternoon and met with a group of Yr 11 Citizenship students and Sixth Form Government and Politics A Level Students.
Local Primary School join in a Greenhouse Basketball Tournament
Year 7 busy in Modern Foreign Languages.
Mr Clement's class were busy setting up their small businesses in their French lesson today.
Thank you to everyone for making such a fantastic contribution to all the fundraising last week.
We managed to raise a whopping £1, 138:30!
Thank you to the Sixth Form Leadership Team for helping throughout the week, for all the staff who ran games and competitions and to all of you who baked , bought raffle tickets, rowed your fastest, wore something red, spent your money at the Fair Trade Tuck Shop or tried to guess the number of sweets in the jar!
Congratulations to Anisa from 7DF - she guessed the nearest in the 'Guess the number of sweets in the jar' competition - only two away from the actual 328 and to Blaise in Yr 11 who won the West Norwood Picture House cinema tickets, along with the goodie box to take a friend along to see a movie of her choice.
Thank you everyone.
Dance Show Tickets available now! Wednesday 13th March 2019
Climbing up the waterfalls in the mountains.
Lower Sixth Textiles Students have started this years series of Saturday schools run by FAD Fashion.
We know, from experience, that this is a fantastic opportunity for them to work with other creative designers, meet industry professionals and develop skills that will be crucial to those of them who are thinking of a career in the fashion industry.
Maria from FAD told us, 'After last Saturday’s intensive creative research day at the Victoria and Albert Museum, this week the Fashion Futures students got hands-on with introductions to pattern cutting, draping, and sewing on the industrial machines – all key skills they’ll need as they develop their designs in the weeks to come.
In the draping session, students worked in 3D to create a range of silhouettes and fabric manipulations on the stand.
The next task was working to transform a half-scale dress block into a working pattern: moving darts, manipulating the skirt shape, drafting a facing and adding seam allowance.
The next task was to cut out the pattern pieces in calico and piece them together to construct a half-scale dress. Many students were using the industrial equipment for the first time – but after some careful practice with foot control, they were stitching away like pros.'
If you want to know more about the project or see how the students are getting on then follow them on social media @FADCharity for more news and updates, as well as our Instagram stories live every Saturday.
Calling all Year 5 and 6 girls and boys!
Frantic Assembly workshops in school, masterclasses in physical theatre for Upper School.
Thank you to all the staff who helped organise such an amazing Specialism Day last week. In the run up to Yr 9 choosing their 'Options' they were all invited to opt for trips and workshops that in some way would explore the vast possibilities of employment in the Creative Industries.
Thank you to everyone who joined us on January 31st for our annual Careers Fair.