The fundraising for our student Lewis Atkins who has sadly been hit by cancer continued on the weekend at Fakenham football club. As part of the “Paper Mechanics” topic they designed pop up books – there was lots of absolute brilliant work produced! It started off with Computer Science this morning, this afternoon around 20 students will sit their first Religious Studies Christianity exam. There is also a mindfulness club on a Monday lunchtime if students need some advice or would like to try something new. Most pupils got a go…… Then Mr.
Interview with Year Who shall we intervie We are expecting to see quite a lot of these shirts, but obviously any club will be fine. The name of Hide looks set to appear on a Norwich show bill for the first time in more than a decade this weekend. Press Gang member Lizzie interviewed our Exams Officer Mrs Reardon to find out more about her job and the current exam season. Message from our Librarian, Mrs Gill:
Local asparagus is in season and readily available so this would be an excellent opportunity to enter a team,” says Mr Anderson. We are also shadowing the Kate Greenaway award for illustrated books and hope to visit primary schools to share these wonderful stories.
In recent years, more than half our pupils who entered have received an award, and some assignmente even been selected to go forward to the even more challenging phase of the competition.
Biology will be the first exam tomorrow for the whole year group. As part of the “Paper Mechanics” topic they designed pop up books – there was lots of absolute brilliant work produced! The school also offers free Yoga sessions every Tuesday after school in the gym to help with relaxation. The Press Gang club assignmnts with their popular staff interviews.
We would like to remind you about our non-uniform day tomorrow, Friday, 10th May: We are also very proud about the large number of our pupils that go on to study maths at Dereham Sixth form college; AS and A level maths is incredibly popular! Thank you very much Mr Taylor and Mrs Patterson for putting this on. Donations of staff members will be donated to the Just Giving page for our student Lewis Atkins.
Dereham Neatherd High School
Most pupils got a go…… Then Mr. Thanks to everyone who helped and contributed to this very worthy cause. Who shall we intervie This effectively gives students these three school days off homework. Press Gang member Lizzie interviewed our Exams Officer Mrs Reardon to find out more about her job and the current exam season. Chapman had a go. Dereham Neatherd High School. It was a real fun day out for a lot of families, there was a raffle, tombola, an auction, face painting, cake stalls and much more.
You can find our reviews here https: The fundraising for our student Lewis Atkins who has sadly been hit by cancer continued on the weekend at Fakenham football club. They also beat the Fakenham Veterans 4: At Key Stage 3 and 4 we teach a progressive five year curriculum, with each year building on the learning that took place during the previous years.
Dereham Neatherd High School – Maths
Maths Welcome to the Mathematics department! Our school needs you! We also enter a select team into the regional Mathematics Challenge Team Finals in which we compete against other schools from across the county.
Each week we discuss, debate and deliberate over our current read books, many discovering a new genre interest whilst devouring cake.
And thanks to our Miss Hlmework for taking photos on the day. Interested students need to see Mr Taylor in DT5 to sign up.
The fundraising for our student Lewis Atkins who has sadly been hit Chapman had a go. Excellence Every year, the students in the top sets for mathematics in year 9 participate in the Intermediate Maths Challenge — problem solving tests run by the UK Mathematics Trust.
Pupils who would like to enter should let their form tutor know. Enter the competition online, it only takes a minute: They also beat the Fakenham Veterans 4: All of which explore the functional chemical properties of foods.