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Early Years Trip to Discover Centre

Today, we visited the Discover Centre for a special space-themed workshop. We started with a story called “The Box Rocket” and the children had a great time acting out different parts of the story. We then boarded  our rocket and zoomed off to a strange new planet with ‘Commander Dapo’….

GCSE Fine Art & Graphics Trip to the V&A

GCSE Fine Art and Graphics students from Years 10 & 11 participated in an independent research visit to the Victoria & Albert Museum yesterday. Students were identifying artefacts for their own reference, taking photographs and making drawings with annotations. Year 11 students are working on different themes as the preparation…

William Wins Shakespeare Week Competition

A big well done to William in Year 2 who has won the Shakespeare Week Poster Competition. Chosen from almost 150 entries, the judges absolutely loved his poster and the way that he managed to get all the information in without compromising on style! William’s prize-winning poster is being printed…

Straford Festival Choir & Bands Day

Normanhurst’s Junior and Senior school choirs took part in the Stratford Festival Choirs & Bands Day. Both did very well, with the Junior choir receiving 84 marks and being commended. Our Seniors received 86 marks and came in second! It was wonderful for the children to take part and the…

Junior Chinese New Year Celebrations

As part of this year’s Lunar New Year celebrations, the junior pupils at Normanhurst took part in a variety of exciting events. The week started with an interactive Chinese New Year assembly hosted by Mrs Hon-Ng and Mr Marsden. During the week, the children enjoyed Chinese snacks, produced Chinese-based artworks…

Oak-Tree Tag-Rugby Tournament

On Tuesday 6 February Normanhurst School  took part in the annual U11 Oak-Tree Tag-Rugby Tournament at Eton Manor RFC. It was the first time we held a separate girls and boys competition, and it allowed for more pupils to take part, resulting in some fantastic rugby being played! There were tries…

Big Bird Watch

Pupils in the Junior School and Eco Councils supported the work of the RSPB by participating in the ‘Big Garden Bird Watch’ on the last weekend of January. Normanhurst School have been supporting this Charity Weekend for a few years in a row and the pupils always make us proud….

Year 7 & GCSE Music Trip to Phantom of the Opera

Pupils from Year 7 and GCSE Music classes from Normanhurst School were treated to an unforgettable performance of “Phantom of the Opera.” The iconic production, known for its haunting melodies and gripping storyline, had a big impact on the children. The experience proved to be both educational and deeply inspiring.