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GCSE Fine Art & Graphics Exhibition

We celebrated the fantastic work of the Y11 students from GCSE Fine Art and Graphics. The work was the culmination of project and exam outcomes from the last 2 years and featured a range of 2D and 3D outcomes. Congratulations to all involved.

Oak-Tree 3 Tees Cricket

Year 1 and 2 took part in the Oak-Tree 3 Tees Cricket tournament on Thursday 6 June. Both year groups played really well and tried hard with both batting and fielding. Final scores were: 1st – Coopersale 2nd – Oaklands 3rd – Normanhurst 4th – Braeside  

Reception create Treasure Maps

Amazing treasure maps were created by Reception that they used to find the treasure their friends had hidden for them. Tea bag water, ripping edges and crumpling were techniques used to make the paper look old, then they could draw a map of the playground, adding in extra bits to…

Oak-Tree Tennis Tournament 2024

Normanhurst pupils travelled to Chingford School of Tennis for the annual Oak-Tree Tennis Tournament. It was a lovely sunny day and the children were filled with excitement, ready for a competitive, but fun, morning of tennis. Each pupil had 3 singles matches and 3 doubles matches to play, in order…

Year 5 & 6 PGL Residential

This May, the Year 5 and 6 pupils visited PGL in Surrey for 3 days of adventure. During the trip, the children took part in paddle boarding, fencing, climbing, zip wire and buggy building. The evening’s entertainment included a silent disco and a hunt to solve a mystery. The pupils…

students holding cups

Eco-Council News

This year, one of the Eco Council pledges was to grow fruit, vegetables and herbs to be used around school. This week, the kitchen has used their mint to flavour the water in the canteen. Well done Eco Councillors!

student holding a butterfly

Early Years Butterflies

Over the past few weeks, the Early Years children have closely watched as our caterpillars turned into butterflies. The children enjoyed the story of ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ as they learned about the life cycle of a butterfly during our Science lessons. Today, we took our butterflies to the forest…

students on stage

Oliver Jr. The Musical

What a performance! Normanhurst pupils delivered an amazing rendition of Oliver Jr. the Musical at Redbridge Drama Centre. Lively dance routines, beautiful solos, and fantastic acting captivated friends and family. Our pupils have been rehearsing hard for the school production and should be incredibly proud of the standout show they…