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Welcome To North Norfolk Academy Trust The Trust is passionate about raising standards for our young people in North Norfolk. We aim to give students the very best education. Having Sheringham High, ...

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Careers All posts in and around the Trust will be posted below, so please do keep coming back to check any latest vacancies. NORTH NORFOLK ACADEMY TRUST ROLE DOWNLOADS KEY DATES ...

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contact us

Do get in touch North Norfolk Academy Trust, c/o Sheringham High School, Holt Road, Sheringham, Norfolk. NR26 8ND. Telephone: (01263) 822363 Fax: (01263) 821413 Please fill out the form ...

Welcome from the Chairperson

Welcome from the Chairperson I am delighted to welcome you to the North Norfolk Academy Trust website. As a Trust, we currently comprise three North Norfolk schools - Sheringham High School and ...

Our Values

Our values The Academy Trust’s mission statement is: SUCCESS FOR ALL This is articulated through the following aims: To be a community of outstanding schools. To enable all students to ...

Our Partners

Our Partners

Performance

Performance Please click each school logo to view the school's performance and results.

Documents & Policies

Documents & Policies NNAT Anti-Bullying Policy Jan 2017 NNAT Careers Education Information, Advice and Guidance Policy July 2016... NNAT CCTV Policy March 2017 NNAT Charging Polic ...

Our Primary Schools

Our Primary Schools

Our secondary and Post 16 Schools

Our Secondary and Post 16 Schools

Welcome

Welcome to Sheringham High For the eighth year running the School has recorded an excellent set of GCSE and GCE results. 75% of students achieved grades at GCSE in English and Maths which place it ...

Our School

Our school Sheringham High School is an Academy situated on the edge of Sheringham which is a delightful North Norfolk coastal town. We are a popular school that caters for over 800 stude ...

Students

Students

Contact

Do get in touch Sheringham High School, Holt Road, Sheringham, Norfolk. NR26 8ND. Telephone: (01263) 822363 Fax: (01263) 821413 Email: V Cornell Please fill out the form below ...

Welcome

Welcome to Stalham High It is with great pleasure and pride that I welcome you to our website. I hope you find it informative and that it provides the answers you are seeking. If it doesn’t, plea ...

Our School

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Parents

Parents and carers We hope you find this section of our website of interest. If there is anything you cannot find, please contact the school office > > Useful links Go 4 Schools Re ...

Contact

Do get in touch Stalham High School, Brumstead Road, Stalham, NR12 9DG Main Office: 01692 580281 Email: Mrs Emma James , Head of School’s PA Please fill out the form be ...

Welcome

Welcome to Antingham and Southrepps Primary school Our school offers a happy, caring, inspirational and imaginative learning environment for all children. Antingham and Southrepps Primary School, a ...

Our School

Our School Antingham and Southrepps Primary School, a grade two listed building, was built in 1826 by Lord Suffield for the children of the workers on his estate. Since then, the Vict ...

Pupils

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Contact

Do get in touch Antingham and Southrepps Primary School, Lower Street Southrepps, Norfolk NR11 8UG Telephone: 01263 833282 Email: L Flatman Please fill out the form below to sen ...

Accessibility statement

Accessiblity The NNAT website has been created to allow as many people as possible to access the site as easily as possible. CSS & XHTML We use CSS (cascading style sheets) for all layouts. No ...

cookies policy

Cookies policy Our website uses cookies to optimise users' experience on the site. A cookie is a small text file containing a string of characters that is sent to your computer when you visit a we ...

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Admissions

Admissions Admission Arrangement Pupils in Year 6 at Stalham Academy (formerly Stalham Junior School), Catfield Primary School, Happisburgh Primary School and Ludham Primary School are eligible fo ...

Our Mission

Challenge Stalham ‘Challenge Stalham’ is the philosophy which informs all teaching and learning at Stalham High. We believe that our students are capable of great independence and resilience i ...

Governance

Governance In order to achieve ongoing and sustained improvement at Stalham High School the Directors of North Norfolk Academy Trust (NNAT) have assumed direct control of the governance of the schoo ...

Documents & Policies

Documents & Policies Some of policies apply for all schools within the NNAT – please click on the NNAT Policies button to the right   Accessibility Policy - 2015 Admissions Polic ...

Performance & Results

Performance and results 2016 Results (published January 2017) Progress 8 +0.07 Attainment 8 47 points English & Maths A*-C 56% English Baccalau ...

Ofsted

Ofsted Stalham High School has been rated 'good' by Ofsted Stalham High School 10036109 PDF Final Please click logo to give your views on the Parent View website

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Information The Government is giving extra funding called ‘Pupil Premium’ to schools, this is to help children from lower income families do their very best. For every child regis ...

Send

SEND SEN Information Report 2016/2017 Part of the Norfolk Local Offer for Students with SEN Updated 16/01/17 Review date 1/9/17 Introduction Welcome to our SEN information report ...

Vacancies

Vacancies All our vacancies are advertised on the North Norfolk Academies Trust website which you can visit here >>

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Headteacher's Welcome

Headteacher's Welcome For the eighth year running the School has recorded an excellent set of GCSE and GCE results. 75% of students achieved grades at GCSE in English and Maths which place it amon ...

Admissions

Admissions Sheringham High School aims to serve the local community. The school has excellent links with our three traditional feeder primary schools (Sheringham, Holt and Kelling) and we positi ...

Our Mission

Our mission Sheringham High School seeks to offer the highest possible quality of education to all of its students. The principle which underpins the school's aims, objectives, policies and practi ...

Our Staff

Our staff Headteacher Dr Richardson Deputy Headteachers Mrs Hollidge (Student progress & assessment)   Mrs Melhuish (Student management, Support & Guidance) Assistant ...

Our Governors

Our governors Our governing body > > Welcome to the Governors’ section of the Sheringham High School website which I hope you will find interesting and informative.  Sheringham Hig ...

Our Policies

Our policies Some of policies apply for all schools within the NNAT – please click on the NNAT Policies button to the right Please download our policies on the right. If you cannot find ...

Performance & Results

Performance & Results Department of Education School Performance Tables For information from the Department of Education regarding the school’s performance please click on the link below: ...

Ofsted

OFSTED; then and now. On 1st and 2nd May 2014 the school was inspected by Ofsted and was most recently revisited on October 17 th 2017. We were very pleased that the 2014 and the 2017 reports hi ...

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium What is the Pupil Premium? The aim of the Pupil Premium is to reduce underlying inequalities for Looked After Children (LAC) and those on Free School Meals (FSM).  Nationally there ...

Send

Send Welcome to our SEN Information Report which forms part of the local offer for Students with Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND). At Sheringham High, we are committed to working tog ...

Our Gallery

Our Gallery

Headteacher's Welcome

Headteacher's welcome On behalf of the team of staff and governors, I would like to welcome you and your family to Antingham and Southrepps Primary School website. We are pleased that you are inte ...

Admissions

Admissions This school policy takes into account the Norfolk County policy on admissions. We anticipate working to a pre-set admission limit based on working floor space in school and calculated a ...

The school day and attendance

The school day and attendance Gates open at 8.45 am School begins at 9.00 am Registers close at 9.30 am any child who arrives between 9.00 and 9.30, without a note or verbal commun ...

Our Mission

Our mission At Antingham and Southrepps Primary we all work together to become learners forever. Everyone at our school will: Be safe, be valued and offered support and respect. Be treated ...

Our Staff

Our staff Head of School Mrs Emma Harding Teachers Mrs Emma Harding - English subject leader Mr Stephen Uttley – Maths subject Leader Mr James Adams Teaching Ass ...

Our Governors

North Norfolk Academies Trust and governors The governing body > > On 1st October 2014 Antingham and Southrepps Primary School joined North Norfolk Academy Trust. At the time the Trust cons ...

Our Policies

Documents & policies Some of policies apply for all schools within the NNAT – please click on the NNAT Policies button to the right   Please click below which policies and procedures yo ...

Performance & Results

Performance and results Department of Education School Performance Tables For information from the Department of Education regarding the school’s performance please click on the link below:

Ofsted

Ofsted We look forward to welcoming OFSTED to our first inspection as part of North Norfolk Academy Trust.

Pupil/Sports Premium

Pupil/Sports premium Please look at our downloads below for information on Pupil and Sports Premium, or a summary is available below Download the Sports Premium Funding Report 2017 here > ...

Send

SEND We have equal regard for all pupils and have a good reputation for supporting pupils with a wide range of special educational needs. We have a team of highly skilled, well qualified teaching ...

Vacancies

Vacancies All our vacancies are advertised on the North Norfolk Academies Trust website which you can visit here >>

Our Gallery

Our Gallery

Safeguarding

Safeguarding Sheringham High School fully recognises its responsibilities for child protection. Our policy applies to all staff, governors and volunteers working in the School. There are five main ...

School Calendar

School Calendar Parent CONSULTATION EVENINGS These meetings give parents and carers an opportunity to meet with subject teachers.  Meetings are held from 5.00pm to 7.30pm. Autumn Term ...

The school day

The School Day We appreciate that parents may sometimes need to drop off students early but we regret that we cannot supervise our students before 8.25 am. Parents are also asked, in the interests ...

Uniform

Uniform Aim A uniform policy can: instil pride amongst students and the wider community; support positive behaviour; encourage identity with, and support for, the School’s ethos; ensure ...

Curriculum

Curriculum We aim to ensure that all students receive an education that is broadly based, relevant and tailored to fit the needs of the individual student.   In most subjects students are taught ...

Prospectus

Prospectus I hope that the information given in this prospectus gives you a clear picture of our school. I hope too that you will take the opportunity to visit us and see at first-hand what makes ...

Home-School agreement

Home-School Agreement This is an agreement aimed at strengthening the co-operation between the school and the home. The school has always placed great importance on the need for both home and scho ...

Behaviour policy

Behaviour Policy Read about our policy on Harmful Behaviour by  clicking here > > Download the Behaviour grid  > > All students are expected to behave in a way which is respectful of ...

Free school meals

Free School Meals To be entitled to free school meals parents must be receiving one of the following support payments: Income Support Employment Support Allowance (Income Related) Income Bas ...

Exams

Examination timetables Examination Results 2017 Sheringham High School students have yet another set of outstanding results. Headteacher Dr Andrew Richardson said, “In a time of much examinatio ...

Lost property

Lost Property All lost property is kept in the Student Managers Offices for a term and named items are returned to their owners. At the end of each term all lost property is taken to a local chari ...

Community facilities

Community Facilities The Patch Sheringham Community Small holding Project – The Patch, was born from students at Sheringham High School wanting more information about where their food came ...

Useful forms, letters and downloads

Useful forms, letters and downloads End of Term Christmas ANTI-bullying week letter Mufti day letter Year 7 settling in Surgery letter.Sept17 Holiday form info  ...

Attendance

Attendance Download re leave of absence Leave of absence  > >  As part of our school improvement agenda we are particularly focusing on increasing students’ attendance at school. The ...

Houses

Houses Students join a tutor group which is made up of students from all year groups. The House system currently places students into four different Houses; Nelson, Cavell, Sewell and Carter. Thro ...

Anti-bullying

Antibullying Bullying – including sexist or homophobic behaviour – is regarded as a serious offence and in complete contradiction of the principles of the school. For this reason, we pract ...

Prefects

Prefects 2017/18  Head Boy and Head Girl with Deputies    

Your voice

Your voice The School Council is a very important part of school life. Student views often help to inform important policy decisions within the school. Membership is entirely voluntary but we ...

Internet safety

Internet Safety Being safe online is very important. https://www.ceop.police.uk/ https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/ http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/ ...

Extra-curricular programme

Extra - Curricular Programme Autumn 2017 Students have the opportunity to develop their wider interests through a comprehensive programme of extra-curricular enrichment such as in music, art, drama ...

Student support services

Student support services Download Student support services v2 > > At Sheringham High School we aim to create a caring community and our students’ well-being is of paramount importance to u ...

Careers guidance

Careers guidance Careers and personal information, advice and guidance at Sheringham are delivered by Tash Drury and Angela Martin (Sixth Form). The following is one definition of guidance: ‘ ...

School library

Welcome to Sheringham High School Library! SHS Library is a vibrant place of learning, well-stocked with books for pleasure and to support learning, computers for the students to use both in lessons ...

Canteen services

Canteen Services Norse Catering are delighted to provide a daily lunch service for students at Sheringham High School. The ‘Munch’ brand and catering ethos places an emphasis on local sourcing ...

Safeguarding

Safeguarding The purpose of Stalham High School’s safeguarding policy is to ensure every student who is a registered pupil at our school is safe and protected from harm. This means we will alway ...

School calendar

School calendar GCSE exam results day is Thursday 24 th August, results will be available to collect between 10am and 12noon. The following is our calendar for the 2017/18 school year. Pl ...

Curriculum

CURRICULUM (2016-17) We aim to ensure that all students receive an education that is broadly based, relevant and tailored to fit the needs of the individual student. In most subjects, students are ...

Prospectus

Prospectus The prospectus is currently being updated, please come back soon.

Free school meals

Free school meals Free school meals and pupil premium registration form > > Is your child entitled to Free School Meals? Please register as soon as possible to make sure your child and othe ...

Stalham High School - Examinations

Stalham High School - Examinations Please follow the links below to read important information relating to examination procedures/regulations. Your certificates must be kept in a safe place as ...

Attendance

Attendance Attendance Line 01692 580281 Option 1 It’s really important that your child attends school as much as possible. We are here to help parents and students who may on occ ...

Houses

Houses CAVELL FRY NELSON PINSENT Lead teacher: Miss Cheryl Zeebroek Lead teacher: Mr Matthew Hall

Anti-bullying

Anti-bullying If you have any worries or concerns about bullying, please contact the school at once – contact us > > Bullying encompasses an apparently minor offence such as hiding a bag to n ...

Internet safety

Internet Safety Being safe online is very important. https://www.ceop.police.uk/ https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/ http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/The THINKUKNOW ...

Student support services

Student support services Students at Stalham High School are supported by a variety of individuals: parents, subject teachers, Heads of Students Progress (HoSP) support staff and senior staff, but m ...

Careers guidance

Information, careers advice and guidance The aim of information, careers advice and guidance (ICAG) at Stalham High School is to help students to prepare for adult and working life. Through ICAG y ...

School library

School library Our brand new library emphasises our commitment to deepening and enriching our students’ learning. Having experienced a major overhaul in 2015, the library is now the perfect envi ...

Refectory

Refectory Norse Catering are delighted to provide a daily lunch service for students at Stalham High School. The ‘Munch’ brand and catering ethos places an emphasis on local sourcing, tantalis ...

Promoting British Values

Promoting British Values TEACHING BRITISH VALUES Promoting British Values at Sheringham High School and Sixth Form The DfE has reinforced the need “to create and enforce a clear and rigoro ...

Carter House

Carter Explore-Study-Discover House Captains for 2017/18 To be confirmed As excavator and discoverer of the tomb of King Tutankhamen, Howard Carter has won a place in the arch ...

Cavell House

Cavell House House Captains for 2017/18 To be confirmed Edith Louisa Cavell (4 December 1865 – 12 October 1915) was a British nurse. She is celebrated for saving the l ...

Nelson House

Nelson House Perseverance and Endurance House Captains for 2017/18 To be confirmed Born on 29th September 1758 in Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk, Horatio Nelson learned to sail on Barton Br ...

Sewell House

Sewell House House Captains for 2017/18 To be confirmed Anna Sewell was born in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England into a devoutly Quaker family. Her father was Isaac Sewell (1 ...

Overview

About our Trust North Norfolk Multi Academy Trust, a Company Limited by Guarantee consists of three schools: Sheringham High School and Sixth Form Centre, Stalham High School and Antingham and South ...

overview

Our schools Sheringham High School became an Academy in 2011. In December 2013 we were delighted that the Department for Education approved the School as a sponsor of other schools in North Norfolk ...

Overview

Our School   Sheringham High School is an Academy and part of the North Norfolk Academy Trust. It is situated on the edge of Sheringham which is a delightful North Norfolk coastal town. ...

Overview

Parents and carers Please use the links on the left to browse through key information for parents and carers. If there is something you can't find - please do contact us here >>

Overview

Students

Overview

Our School Stalham High School has been an Academy since joining NNAT in January 2015. Situated in the heart of the beautiful Norfolk Broads, it is a popular school at the centre of its community. ...

Overview

Parents and carers Please use the links on the left to browse through key information for parents and carers. If there is something you can't find - please do contact us here >>

Overview

For students Please use the links on the left to browse through key information for students. If there is something you can't find - please do contact us here >>

Overview

Our school Antingham and Southrepps Primary School, a grade two listed building, was built in 1826 by Lord Suffield for the children of the workers on his estate. Since then, the Victorians have a ...

The Govering Body

The Governing Body 2015-16 GOVERNOR ATTENDANCE RECORD A&SP NAME GOVERNOR TYPE APPOINTED BY START DATE TERM END DATE ROLE/RESPONSIBILITIES Ste ...

Our home/school partnership

Our Home/School Partnership We aim to develop a close partnership with parents and carers, involving them in their children’s education. We will regularly be asking for your views on how to make i ...

Term dates

Term dates 2017-18   January 2018   Thursday 4th January Pupils return to school Monday 8th January Year 4, 5 & 6 Basketball Skills event - Cromer Acade ...

Uniform

Uniform Red sweatshirt (with school logo or plain red) Red or white polo shirt, or white shirt Grey or black trousers or shorts Grey or black skirt Red and white checked summer dresses ...

Our curriculum

Our Curriculum We hope children are enthusiastic about coming to school. We aim to provide an exciting curriculum, including outside visitors, such as artists, explorers, writers and musicians. ...

Prospectus

Prospectus    We are looking forward to welcoming your child to our school to begin their exciting learning journey through their primary school years. Prospectus pdf Thank you ...

Behaviour

Behaviour Children at Antingham and Southrepps are well behaved. We encourage courtesy and care for each other’s feelings at all times. Respect for both personal and public property is expected ...

School meals

School meals Norse Catering are delighted to provide a daily lunch service for children at Antingham and Southrepps Primary School. Our school meals are freshly prepared on site in our new refurbi ...

Useful forms and downloads

Useful links and downloads Parentmail help Home School Agreement January 2017

Anti-bullying

Anti-bullying At Antingham and Southrepps Primary School we are committed to providing a warm, caring and safe environment for all our children so that they can learn and play in a relaxed and secu ...

Administration of medicines

Administration of medicines If pupils need to take prescribed medicines during school time, it is important that parents and carers fill in the school form (MED1) with instructions for dispensing th ...

Safeguarding

Safeguarding Health and Safety At Antingham and Southrepps Primary School safety always takes priority. The Headteacher and the Governors make regular checks of the building, ensure that risk asse ...

Extra-curricular activities

Extra – Curricular Activities We hold a range of after school clubs including an after school cricket, multi sports and tag rugby club and a more recent, knitting and crochet club. All of these ...

Core subjects

Core subjects The Curriculum - Maths and English We teach English and Maths as discrete subjects and follow the new Primary Curriculum 2014 with additional daily skills based teaching of guided ...

Foundation subjects

Foundation subjects Foundation subjects: Science, ICT, history, geography, RE, PE, art, music, design and technology, PHSE and citizenship and languages Teachers will keep you updated of the wee ...

Classes

Classes Class Structure There are three mixed ability classes in the school. The structure varies slightly from year to year, according to the size of each year group. Teachers are able to meet t ...

Hedgehogs

Hedgehogs Reception and Year 1 Learning Provision Map Week 3 and 4 Hedgehogs Learning Letter Week 3 Previous weeks Reception and Year 1 ...

Squirrels

Welcome to the Squirrels' Page! On this page we will be posting useful links and information to help support your child in their learning. Under each section there will be links, games and informati ...

Owls

Owls Welcome to the Owls' Page! On this page we hope you will find useful links and information to help support your child (or simply 'you' if it is a child reading this!) in their learning. Und ...

Our newsletters

Our newsletters 2017 2016 2015 2014

Campus & facilities

Campus & Facilities Sheringham High School is an Academy situated on the edge of this delightful North Norfolk coastal town. We are a very popular school that caters for almost 800 students ag ...

Formation and Financial Information

Formation and Financial Information Sheringham High School became an Academy Trust on 1st November 2011. The Academy Order and other documentation on this page relate to Sheringham Academy Trust. On ...

POSH

Parents of Sheringham High (POSH) POSH was established to benefit the students of the school. It aims to: Foster and develop understanding and co-operation between parents (and other members ...

Term Dates

TERM DATES Autumn Term 2017 Begins 6th September 2017 Ends 19th December 2017 Autumn half term holiday Begins 23rd October 2017 Ends 27th October 20 ...

Vacancies

Vacancies All our vacancies are advertised on the North Norfolk Academies Trust website which you can visit here >>

School Council Minutes

School Council Minutes School Council Minutes – Monday 7th October 2016 House Competition Ideas Easter Egg Hunt: House submits team of 4 to find hidden Easter themed objects, f ...

Peer Supporters

Peer Supporters The peer supporters are students who have been trained to support others to manage problems they might encounter at school. The training they have undertaken is nationally recognis ...

School transport

School transport Norfolk County Council provides a bus service to and from school for those students who require transport and who qualify under the local authority’s criteria. Norfolk County ...

Newsletters

School Newsletter 2017 School Newsletter 2016 School Newsletter 2015 School Newsletter 2014 School Newsletter 2013 School Newsletter 2012

Newsletters

Newsletters Please click the links below to read our newsletters.Newsletters 2016-2017 Newsletters 2015-2016 Newsletters 2014-2015

overview

Pupils Please use the links on the left. Click here to view Pupil's quotes from our questionnaire >

overview

Parents and carers Parents and carers are valued at Antingham and Southrepps. They are invited to play an active part in the life of the school by attending special lessons, particular events, sch ...

Our Staff

STAFF LIST – 2017/18 Head of School Mr Budgett (History and Maths) Assistant Headteacher: Director of Teaching and Learning Mr Norris (English) As ...

Uniform

Uniform Blazers, shirts, jumpers and ties The navy blue blazers with the school badge must be worn at all times unless a teacher has given the students a permission to remove them for the duratio ...

School map

School map

Internet safety

Internet Safety Being safe online is very important. https://www.ceop.police.uk/ https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/ http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/The THINKUKNOW ...

Governance

Governance For details of Local Governing Bodies and Governors, please click on the relevant school below: Sheringham High School Stalham High School Antingham & Southrepps Primary School ...

North Norfolk Academy Trust Governance

North Norfolk Academy Trust Governance Sheringham High School became an academy in November 2011 and went on to form North Norfolk Academy Trust. The Trust is passionate about raising standards f ...

The Governing Team

The Governing Team Trustees Christine Candlish has been a governor at Sheringham High since 2007.  She is currently Chair of Governors at Sheringham High and chair of the North Norfolk ...

Parent Support Advisor

Parent Support Advisor My name is Kirsten Hill and I am the Parent Support Advisor for the schools in the Sheringham Cluster. I am employed by the cluster to help meet the needs of the families by ...

Harmful Behaviour

Harmful Behaviour At Sheringham High School we define harmful behaviour as behaviour, action or a habit which could have a detrimental effect on a young person. We take the health and well- bei ...

Departments

Departments

History

History Curriculum download > > Our History curriculum is lively, interesting and extremely useful for gaining an understanding of the world we live in. The History department has dedicated a ...

Geography

GEOGRAPHY Our Geography curriculum is delivered by dedicated and experienced professionals. We work hard to provide lessons that engage, inspire and challenge so that students of all abilities enj ...

English

English Our English curriculum is delivered by a dedicated team of experienced professionals. We work hard to provide lessons that engage, inspire and challenge so that students of all abilities e ...

PE Department

PE DEPARTMENT The P.E. department believes that good sportsmanship and fair play are an integral part of today’s sporting education. As such students are encouraged to build their skills not only ...

Physical Education

Physical EducationKS3 Year 7 Activity 1 5/9 to 7/10 Activity 2 10/10 to 18/11 Activity 3 21/11 to 2/12 Activity 4 5/12 to 27/1 Activit ...

Art

Art The Art department is well equipped and has its own computer suite with A3 printers and scanners enabling students access to information and technology during their lessons. The course provide ...

Design and Technology (D&T)

Design and Technology (D&T) Design and Technology is an important subject area for students of all ages, as it helps to prepare them for living and working in a technological society.   It enable ...

GCSE D&T: Resistant Materials

GCSE D&T: Resistant Materials Awarding body, specification number and title: AQA, 4562, GCSE Design and Technology: Resistant Materials The aim of this course is to encourage st ...

GCSE D&T: Textile Technology

GCSE D&T: Textile Technology Awarding body, specification number and title: AQA, 4572, GCSE Design and Technology: Textiles Technology In this course students will be taught Texti ...

GCSE D&T: graphic products

GCSE D&T: graphic products Awarding body, specification number and title: AQA , 4552, GCSE Design and Technology: Graphic Products Graphic Products is a discipline of Design and Technol ...

GCSE D&T: Hospitality & Catering

GCSE D&T: Hospitality & Catering Awarding body, specification number and title: WJEC, 4730, GCSE Hospitality & Catering The course in Hospitality and Catering offers a unique opportunity ...

Level 1: Certificate in Practical Horticulture

D&T LEVEL 1: Practical Horticulture Awarding body, specification number and title: ABC, 60073895, Level 1 Certificate Practical Horticulture Skills The aim of this course is to give the ...

Level 1: Award in Motor Vehicle Studies

D&T LEVEL 1: Award in Motor Vehicle Studies Awarding body, specification number and title: ABC, 50042427, Level 1 Award Motor Vehicle Studies The ABC Level 1 Award in Motor Vehicle Studi ...

Year 7

year 7 In Year 7, students undertake three projects that teach them a broad range of designing and making skills. The basis is to have a good grounding in Health and Safety in dangerous environmen ...

Year 8

Year 8 In Year 8, students undertake three projects that develop their designing skills and incorporate system and control elements. They learn to develop effective systems to enable them to pro ...

Year 9

Year 9 Year 9 is the time where we ask students to design real solutions to problems and combine skills that they have mastered over the Key Stage to enable both creative and innovative design. ...

Departments

Departments Design and Technology English History Maths Modern Languages: French Music Department Philosophy and ethics Physical Education Science Sex a ...

Science

Science KS3 > > KS4 > > Science Beyond Lessons STEM club STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. STEM club runs on Monday lunchtimes and is open to students ...

History

History Our History curriculum is lively, interesting and extremely useful for gaining an understanding of the world we live in. The History department has dedicated and knowledgeable staff. They ...

Modern Languages: French

Modern Languages: French The acquisition of a Foreign Language is a skill which helps develop confidence and trains the memory. Many linguists do not work in teaching! They will be found in all are ...

Music Department

Music Department The music department offers a wide range of musical experiences, both within the curriculum and in extra-curricular activities. We currently have 4 peripatetic teachers teaching dru ...

Design and Technology

Design and Technology Year 7 Students in Year 7 have the opportunity to study three different Design and Technology subjects; Food, Graphics and Product Design. Students spend 12 weeks ...

Philosophy and ethics

PHILOSOPHY AND ETHICS The Philosophy and Ethics aim is to create critical thinkers engaging in the big questions that society faces. The Philosophy and Ethics curriculum is delivered by a dedicate ...

Sex and relationship education

Sex and relationship education Policy Rationale and Framework Sex and Relationships Education in the school is firmly rooted in the Philosophy and Ethics curriculum, which reflects the national fr ...

Business Studies

Business Studies News Trips Business Studies is a GCSE and A level course. Students in Year 9 have the opportunity of selecting this as an option for their GCSE studies. The Business D ...

Computing

Computing Computer Science is an up and coming subject of increasing importance in today’s society. Key Stage 3 Students in Year 7 are now given the opportunity to study Computing and w ...

MFL

Modern Foreign Languages The Modern Languages Department is a team of experienced, highly skilled linguists. We work as a team to ensure that the students’ experience of learning a language at S ...

Mon Sandwich Surprise

MFL: Mon Sandwich Surprise Les Ingrédients Une baguette blanche Cent grammes de gelée Un maquereau entier Trois morceaux de pamplemousse Du pâté Une grande cuillère de crème angl ...

Key Stage 3

MFL: Key Stage 3 Most students in Year 7 study French and German for three hours per fortnight per language. This arrangement continues throughout Year 8. Throughout Year 9, most students continue ...

Key Stage 4

MFL: Key Stage 4 Modern Foreign Languages results 2016 GCSE French A*-C 58% GCSE German A*-C 63% Combined French and German A*-C 60% ...

Science

Science Science at Sheringham High School is delivered by a team of enthusiastic subject specialists that aim to make the subject engaging, exciting and related to real-life so all students can see ...

STEM

STEM Club STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. STEM club utilises skills in these subject areas in projects throughout the academic year as part of an extra-curricular progr ...

Mathematics

Mathematics At Sheringham High School we aim to inspire a love of Mathematics whilst equipping our students to deal with both the rigours of examinations and real life. Key Stage 3 Key Sta ...

Drama

DRAMA At Sheringham High School, the Drama provision for KS3 is two one hour lessons per fortnight. Our ethos is to encourage negotiation and team work as students explore issues and ideas and ma ...

Key Stage 3

Key Stage 3 KS3 Schemes of Work 2017 > Syllabus: At Sheringham High School we follow the Pearson progress scheme. This scheme forms a continuous link from the introduction of topics in ...

Key Stage 4

Key Stage 4 KS4 Schemes of work > > Maths has had a complete run through of the new GCSE syllabus.   As with other subjects, grades will be awarded from 9 (high) to 1 over two tiers. ...

School Magazine

School Magazine High Tide

Music

Music Sheringham High School has a Music department which seeks to enthuse and inspire students and to promote the value of music in life. The department has recently purchased some new equipment ...

Philosophy and Ethics

Philosophy and Ethics Soul Space > > Holocaust Memorial Day > > Active Citizenship > > The Philosophy and Ethics curriculum is delivered by a dedicated and passionate te ...

Soul Space

SOUL SPACE - CHANGING HEARTS & MINDS At the beginning of July 2013 the drama studio at Sheringham High School was transformed into a space for prayer and reflection for local students (750+), ...

Holocaust Memorial Day

HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY Year 9 spent the day looking at the horror and spiritual, moral, social and cultural issues of the Holocaust. The Head teacher welcomed Holocaust survivor Eva Clarke to ...

Active Citizenship

Active Citizenship Year 7 wanted to know how they could contribute and make a difference to the world. Keen to do something that will make a positive impact on sustainable development some stude ...

Trips, Exchanges and News

Trips, Exchanges and News Find out what two of our sixth form students, Rosie and Sophie have to say about their MFL course... Year 7 Boulogne Sur La Mer Trip On the 21st A ...

Revision guides and resources

Revision YouTube Videos Revision YouTube videos Area of study 1 Handel Mozart Chopin Area of study 2 Schoenberg ...

Letters home

Letters home 2017   November 2017 Letter to Year 11 parents re. mocks - 16.11.2017 Student Christmas lunch 2017 Non-school uniform day - 14.11.2017  September 2017 ...

Cashless Catering

Cashless Catering Biometric information The cashless catering facility is provided by Nationwide Retail Systems Ltd, a company which specialises in educational cashless catering. This is the compa ...

Meeting minutes

Meeting minutes 2016 10.11.16 NNAT MINUTES 15.09.16 NNAT MINUTES 13.09.16 AUDIT COMMITTEE MINUTES 12.07.16 NNAT MINUTES 15.06.16 NNAT MINUTES 26.05.16 NNAT MINUTES 28.04.1 ...

Useful forms and downloads

Useful forms and downloads Parentmail help Show my Homework help

Academy Days

Academy Days 2017 ACADEMY DAYS 2018 This year’s Academy days will be held on Tuesday 17 th and Wednesday 18 th July. As in previous years there will be a mixture of activities for stud ...

Head of School welcome

Head of School welcome It is with great pleasure and pride that I welcome you to our website. I hope you find it informative and that it provides the answers you are seeking. If it doesn’t, ple ...

Assemblies

Assemblies Welcome to Antingham and Southrepps' Assembly Page! Here at Antingham and Southrepps Primary School we like to start our school day together, finding out about the world, sharin ...

English

English Welcome to the English page! This half term we will begin by studying Persuasive Writing, before writing stories and Explanations with our Topic: Space! Have a look at BBC Video below ...

Maths

Maths Welcome to the Maths page! We've become rather fantastic with written methods for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division - we'll have videos for those here soon! Ad ...

Reading

Reading Looking for some exciting stories to read? Or simply looking for some inspiration? http://www.storylineonline.net has a nice selection read aloud rather beautifully. For those interested ...

Science

Science Welcome Electricians - don't forget all the wonderful circuit learning you've achieved over the last half term! http://www.learningcircuits.co.uk/flashmain.htm This half term ...

Topic

Topic Our Topic this half term is 'The Universe and Beyond!' - please click our Science link for more.

Art

Art Return shortly - we'll have some super images of the children's art - we're developing our Portraits!

PE

PE This half term we're developing our movement with Dance! Check back soon for some video ideas...

Computing

Computing Data! Using Excel and similar software, we will begin to understand how we can input data and convert this into charts and diagrams. BBC Education offers a great resource in helpin ...

Parent View

Parent View Please click logo to give your views on the Parent View website

The governing body

The governing body 2016-17 GOVERNOR ATTENDANCE RECORD SHS   Name Role Type of Governor Area Responsibility Date of Appointment End of term date ...

Key Personnel

Key Personnel Chair of Trustees Christine Candlish  Trustee John Wollocombe Trustee Gill Pegg Trustee Constance Tyce Trustee Marc Goodcliffe Trustee Julia Drury ...

Formation and Financial Information

Formation and Financial Information Certificate of Incorporation Companies House Act 2006 Memorandum of Assoc Sheringham High School Annual Report and Financial Statements 2014 ...

Formation and Financial Information

Formation and Financial Information Stalham High School is part of North Norfolk Academy Trust (NNAT). It joined the Trust on 1st January 2015. Click here to view the NNAT formation and financia ...

Formation and Financial Information

Formation and Financial Information Antingham and Southrepps Primary School is part of North Norfolk Academy Trust (NNAT). It joined the Trust on 1st October 2014. Click here to view the NNAT fo ...

Meeting Minutes

Meeting Minutes 2017 Stalham 17.05.17 Minutes Stalham 22.03.17 Minutes Stalham 18.01.17 Minutes 2016 Stalham 09.11.16 Minutes Stalham 21.09.16 Minutes Stalham LGB 06 ...

Improving our school

Improving our school School Improvement and Development Plan 2016-17 Summary Headlines – ‘The Vital Few’ Student Outcomes Key Targets: All students make at least expected progress ...

Cashless catering

CASHLESS CATERING Biometric information The cashless catering facility is provided by Nationwide Retail Systems Ltd, a company which specialises in educational cashless catering. This is the compa ...

English

English Our English curriculum is delivered by a dedicated team of experienced professionals. We work hard to provide lessons that engage, inspire and challenge so that students of all abilities enj ...

Maths

Maths Key stage 3 course outline Year 7 Pi (set 3) Theta Delta (sets 1 and 2) Autumn Analysing and displaying data Analysing and displaying dat ...

Science: KS3

KS3 Students follow the Collins KS3 course throughout years 7, 8 and 9 which is carefully matched to the new National Curriculum for science. Each year, students will complete 2 topics in each of th ...

Science: KS4

Science: KS4 Science remains a compulsory subject at KS4 and students will continue their studies through one of two routes; combined (double) science or separate (triple) sciences. In September 2 ...

Music

Music This half term we will listen to, appreciate and compose music inspired by planets and space. We will begin with Gustav Holst's 'Planets' How does the music make you feel? What do ...

French

French This term we will be learning the french for different body parts and developing our use of adjectives. We will continue to develop our understanding of French grammar, using the '3rd perso ...

English

English Below are some links to some websites that have fun English games that involve using grammar, punctuation, spelling and lots more. http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/literacy/ http://w ...

Maths

Maths Below are some links to some websites that have fun Maths games that involve using addition, subtraction, place value, shape and loads more. https://mathsframe.co.uk/ http://www.ictgame ...

Science

Science

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Languages

Languages

It's time to plug in

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Y11 Revision materials - Resistant materials

Y11 Revision materials - Resistant materials The Works.pdf The Works - Answers.pdf Resistant Materials revision_glossary.pdf

Minutes

Minutes Full Governing Body minutes 13.01.2017 LGB EGM (PUBLIC) 13.09.2016 LGB (PUBLIC) 12.07.2016 LGB (PUBLIC) 22.03.16 LGB MINUTES (PUBLIC) 25.11.2015 LGB (PUBLIC) 08.09.1 ...

Internet Safety for parents

Internet Safety Whilst the school has filtering and monitoring on all systems including internet browsing, keeping safe online is important outside of school as well. There are home filtering syst ...

Enrichment

Enrichment Your child may have a particular interest or hobby we’ve not mentioned here. Let us know if we can help develop that interest. Curriculum Enrichment We believe in taking every op ...

Duke of Edinburgh's Award

Duke of Edinburghs Awards

Sports Fixtures

Sports Fixtures

Weekly Activities

Weekly Activities

International Stalham

International Stalham

Poland 2017

Poland 2017

Iceland 2018

Iceland 2018

Poland 2018

Poland 2018

Kenya 2018

Kenya 2018 To help you source funding for the Kenya, 2018 Expedition, visit the following websites for great ideas and support! www.gofundme.co.uk and www.easyfundraising.org

Austria 2019

Austria 2019

Community

COMMUNITY LINKS Every day, we work with a number of different community organisations, including the following: Camps International – working together to provide international expeditions/tri ...

Overview

ENRICHMENT Your child may have a particular interest or hobby we’ve not mentioned here. Let us know if we can help develop that interest. Curriculum Enrichment We believe in taking every op ...

Meetings

Meetings 2016-17 GOVERNOR ATTENDANCE 2017 18.05.17 LGB MINUTES 26.01.17 LGB MINUTES 2016 29.11.16 LGB MINUTES 22.09.16 LGB MINUTES 07.07.16 LGB MINUTES 19.05.16 LG ...

KS3 Asessement

KS3 Assessment & Reporting 2017 Onwards You may be aware of national changes to KS3 assessment and at Stalham High we have been exploring the best ways to give feedback to students & parents in ligh ...

Our school day

Our School day Timings of the School Day 8.20am – 8.30am – Staff Briefing 8.30am – Warning Bell – Students to go to registration 8.35am - 8.55am - Fo ...

Year 11 ‘what to do in the autumn term’

Year 11 ‘what to do in the autumn term’ Downloads Open events 201718 What to do in the autumn term.docx Look at Help You Choose and shortlist courses Go to Open Days and Events (s ...

Scholarship Programme

Scholarship Programme 2017 – 2018 Objectives: To provide learning opportunities beyond the formal curriculum To promote critical and analytical thinking skills To promote aspiran ...

Key Stage 3

Key Stage 3 The new Science Curriculum is now firmly embedded in our teaching and learning at KS3 and is actively supporting our teaching at KS4 and the new specification for Science GCSE. The cou ...

Key Stage 4

Key Stage 4 In Year 10, all students start on their GCSE programme of study in either the Trilogy Combined Science course which earns two GCSEs  or separate Biology, Chemistry and Physics GCSE cour ...

Our BCO Programme

Our BCO Programme What does BCO stand for? BCO stands for Broader Curriculum Opportunities. At Stalham High School, we recognise the importance of working closely with, and supporting, our feeder ...

GCSE D&T: Materials Technology

GCSE D&T: MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY Awarding body, specification number and title:  AQA, 3740, Technical Award - Design and Technology: Materials Technology The aim of this course is ...

GCSE D&T: Fashion and Textile

GCSE D&T: FASHION AND TEXTILES Awarding body, specification number and title:  AQA, 3720, Technical Award - Design and Technology: Fashion and Textiles Course content and struct ...

GCSE D&T: Visual Communication

GCSE D&T: VISUAL COMMUNICATION Awarding body, specification number and title:  AQA, 3755, Technical Award - Design and Technology: Visual Communication Course content and stru ...

GCSE D&T: Food Preparation and Nutrition

GCSE D&T: FOOD PREPARATION AND NUTRITION AQA, 8585, GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition Course content and structure:: Thanks to celebrities like Gordon Ramsay, Jamie Oliver and Ni ...

List of Lost Property

List of lost property Look out for the next images of lost property.  

Lunch time and extra curricular activities

Autum 2017   Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Lunchtimes 1.25pm - 1.55pm Rock Group - Mr Hall   French Culture (wk 1) - Mr Marie-Francoise   French ...

New class names

As a new start to the academic year we have decided to make the class names more child friendly and woodland linked. From next week the new class names will be as follows:- EYFS Happy Hedgeh ...

Governors of North Norfolk Academy Trust

I would just like to update you on our Governing body and welcome Mrs Harding to the Governors in her role as staff Governor. Chair of Governors Mr Steve Blatch Parent Governor Mr Corne Wheeler ...

Music Tuition

We have always been very proud of the musical talent our children have shown at our school and I would just like to remind you that we have two excellent peripatetic music teachers who can offer tuiti ...

SHS GCSEs 2015

Students, staff and governors at Sheringham celebrated some excellent Progress and Attainment results despite a small provisional dip in one measure. Well taught and supported students of all abilit ...

Year 10 Drama Workshop

On Tuesday 29th September, ten Drama GCSE students travelled to Kings Lynn Corn Exchange to take part in a drama workshop in preparation for their performance of MacBeth in the Shakespeare Schools Fes ...

Author Visit Programme for 2015-16

Sheringham High School’s author in residence, the great Alexander Gordon Smith, will once again be delivering a fantastic programme of events this year. These dates will include horror workshops, cr ...

Under 16's Rugby Team Triumph

The under 16 rugby team started the season with an outstanding victory away to Dereham Northgate. With several players making their first ever start in a rugby match it was a tense first half with n ...

Year 10 Geography Fieldwork

Students collected data in Sheringham town centre in order to complete their Geography Controlled Assessment. Students produced land-use maps, completed questions and traffic surveys. They a ...

Science Bus visits Primary Schools

The Science Bus has made two stops so far on its exciting and sometimes explosive journey round north Norfolk primary schools. Pupils in years 4,5 and 6 have, with the help of pupils from Sheringham ...

Vienna Robot Trip 2015

The end of the Easter holidays was looming but we didn’t care as we set of on the second leg of or Viennese cake testing under the guise of a Sumo Lego tournament. We arrived at school as instruct ...

Sheringham High School Ski Trip

Wh at a trip…. We couldn’t have asked for a more perfect week away; awesome conditions for skiing, bright blue skies and fresh powder, a beautiful hotel on the edge of ‘Lake Millstatter’ and s ...

Year 7 trip to Boulogne

Friday 15 April 2016 We’re off again to Boulogne! A copy of the letter can be downloaded here >>> SHS Students in Boulogne last year

A Safe School

A Safe School Thank you to PCSO Boardman for delivering assemblies to the whole school this week about winter safety. She covered the perennial topic of firework safety, and also travelling on ...

Year 9 Progress Check Point Update

Year 9 Progress Check Point Update Dear Parents/Carers of Year 9 students, Students were given this afternoon their latest Progress Check Point sheets. Please take a moment to look at thes ...

Trip to China Diary 2015

Tuesday 20th October Students have been taking part in some of the Chinese lessons, as well as, paper cutting, calligraphy, traditional Shanghai games and dumpling-making were on the timetable fo ...

Year 11 Revision Topics

Autumn term 2 now available Y11 revision topics - Autumn term 2

Flag Football Launch Event

Thursday 12th November saw the launch of the schools newest extra-curricular club, Flag Football. The sport is a version of the traditional American Football which uses tag tackling instead of c ...

Puppet Workshop

Picture taken by Tom Smith The Puppet Workshop with the theme 'A Day in the Life of a North Norfolk Fisherman' took place on Friday 13 November. It was run by Karen Crane and her team from the Wes ...

AS Geography Field Trip

A few week ago a group of eager Year 12 Geographers travelled to Wales to explore glaciation, rivers and Snowdon. Here is your chance to watch their exploits....

Visit to Christmas market in London

On Friday 4th December a group of 25 students visited the Science Museum and Winter Wonderland in London. After a drive past some of the main landmarks in London and a few hours spent using the ...

Working Hard

Robert Rigby, author of the 'Boy Soldier', 'Goal' and 'Eagle Trail' series of books, led 2 workshops at the end of November with Year 7 students. He challenged them to produce their best work, gav ...

Latest newsletter

Read all the latest news from our school. Download: Newsletter - Friday 11th December 2015

Important information for parents

SHS Measles and Chicken pox letter v1

Charities’ Week at Sheringham High School

The latest Charities week at Sheringham High School had students from all year groups working closely together in order to create arguably one of our best fund-raining weeks to date; over £2,150 for ...

Debating Society Update

Stalham High School Debating Society were again in action at Wymondham High School last night (4th February). Competing against 9 other schools, our students were unlucky not to achieve any awards, ...

Astronomy Group visit Norwich Astronomical Society Observatory

On Thursday 21 st January, a group of Stalham students, representing all year groups, made the journey to the Norwich Astronomical Society Observatory at Seething. Mr Hole and Mrs Davison took the ...

Astronomy Group Observe Deep Sky Objects

After a couple of disappointments where the weather has been against us, the astronomy group managed to get a really good session of “seeing” in on Wednesday evening. A cold and clear sky provid ...

EDP: Stalham Brass Band’s joy at £10,000 grant for training schoolchildren

Stalham Brass Band's Bandmaster Tim Thirst has been working with students at Stalham High School since 2012. The brass band has now received a grant from the Lloyd Webber Foundation. Read the ful ...

Y11 International Meals

Year 11 GCSE Catering Students have recently been completing their practical exams. This constitutes 20% of their grade and has been their main focus for the last term. The work produced by our stud ...

Upcoming Events at Stalham

We have two exciting events coming up in March. Contact us for more information >> Graffiti is on the 23 MARCH with a 7pm start

Joint Jam at Stalham

On Thursday 3 rd March students from Sheringham High School performed in a ‘Joint Jam’ with students from Stalham High School. This was a relaxed, informal evening which created a really positi ...

Latest newsletter

Following on from the last 2 years where we took part in the International Robot Challenge, we went back to Vienna on the 11th March. Read our newsletter Open publicat ...

Music to the primary schools

Students from Stalham High School have been visiting local primary schools, bringing along with them their musical talents. Stalham Brass Band, directed by Dr. Tim Thirst, give our students regular ...

Sports Relief 2016

We have been raising money for Sports Relief. We were inspired by the Great British Sports Relief Bake Off programme and recreated the show with a competition between classes to create their own Cup ...

Sixth Form students win competition

The students at Sheringham High and Sixth Form Center were asked to take photographs of: Why visitors should come to the Norfolk Coast . Some students photographed Sheringham and Cromer capturing th ...

Year 10 Triple Science Genetics Week at Sheringham High School

Students in the Triple Science Biology Year 10 group have participated in a week of Genetics and Biotechnology practical experiments. During lessons, students were able to learn about the pri ...

New Intake / Admissions September 2016

To all Parents and Carers of Year 6 Students. We would like to welcome to Stalham High School and invite you, your child and any siblings to a coffee afternoon on Thursday 12th May 2016 between 3.15 ...

Scholarly Success for Brilliant Students

A group of students from years 9 and 10 at the high school have been studying with a university researcher as part of the Scholar’s Programme run by a charity called the Brilliant Club. The Brilli ...

CEOP new information

So much of a teenager’s social life happens online and many feel really comfortable using the internet to meet people. The opportunity to meet and flirt with people outside their immediate social ...

POSH supports British Heart Foundation sponsored 100 mile bike race

On Sunday June 5th The British Heart Foundation charity 100 mile bike race comes through Sheringham For 6 years PoSH (Parents of Sheringham High School) have provided much needed refreshments to o ...

Exciting events at Stalham High

This year some of our talented poets are working with poet Mark Grist to perform in this year’s UEA Fly Festival poetry slam on 24th June. Mark, an ex-teacher rose to prominence when he beat MC Bl ...

Gifted & Talented trip to University of Cambridge

Part of the point of the Gifted and Talented programme is to encourage students here at school to think about what they might want to do with their ability and where hard work might take them in the f ...

Parent Guides about new apps from CEOP and Parent Zone

Musical.ly is a free app to download and is available on the App Store, Google Play Store and Amazon App Store. In its terms of service it states that it is not to be used by anyone under the age of ...

Parent Guides about Bullying & making the most of the great outdoors

How do I know if it’s bullying? > When we talk about bullying we are talking about something that is both behaviour and impact. Behaviour that can make people feel hurt, frightened, scared, lef ...

School Business Manager vacancy

View application form and associated documents here > > £25,694 – £27,394 pro rata 37 hours per week. Term Time + 2 weeks. Permanent North Norfolk Academy Trust is looking for a ...

MP Adds Weight to Anti-Sweatshop Campaign

Sheringham High School students who organised a powerful campaign against sweatshops and the companies who use them, were paid a visit on Friday by Norfolk MP Norman Lamb. In July hundreds of Sherin ...

Gifted & Talented Trip to Microbiology Labs at UEA

It’s now well known that students from Stalham High School who followed the Brilliant Club programme last year did extremely well – eight out of the ten finishers achieved First Class grades. A ...

Cue Zone

Stalham and Sheringham High Schools have become the only secondary schools in North Norfolk to launch the Cue Zone Functional Maths programme as a means to further engage students in the practical, ev ...

IET Faraday Challenge – 24th November 2016

Students from Stalham High School are taking part in an IET Faraday Challenge Day (FCD) which we are hosting at our school this year. The students will become real-life engineers for a day when they ...

School Photographs

We have now received the proof cards for students' photographs and these were handed out to students during this morning's Form time. If you would like to purchase your child's school photograph, pl ...

Yr8 regional winners of STEM challenge

Two teams from Sheringham High competed in the Institute of Engineering and Technology Faraday Challenge event on Thursday 24th November. The challenge focused on the UK Land Rover BAR America ...

Sixth Form Awards Evening 2017

On the evening of 6 January last year’s Sheringham High School Year 13 students (the class of 2014-16) braved the driving rain to reassemble in the Canopy for one last time and reminisce, catch up, ...

Cross Country Success

Huge congratulations to Finlay from Sheringham High School who has trained incredibly hard After a week of hard running in P.E. lessons with all students in years 7-10 completing both a cross count ...

Uniform update

As you may be aware our uniform suppliers have gone into liquidation. We are in the process of appointing a new reputable company to ensure minimal disruption to all. We thank you for your patienc ...

DoodleMaths

Just a quick reminder! DoodleMaths is accessible to ALL at Antingham and Southrepps Primary. Click here to read the full letter >

Our latest newsletter

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Brilliant Club at Cambridge

Following in the footsteps of last year's students who participated in the Brilliant Club, twelve of our students from years 9 and 10 took the trip to Cambridge to the launch event of this year's Scho ...

School Day Changes Meeting - Wednesday 8th March at 5.30pm

Further to correspondence sent out earlier this week regarding the proposed changes to the school day, we will be holding a question and answer session for parents to express their views and ask que ...

Family Voice Norfolk annual conference

A free conference for all parents and carers of children (0 - 25 years) with special educational needs and disabilities. Saturday 18th March 10am to 3:30pm John Innes Centre, Norwich, NR4 7UH

Detour concert at Ludham Church

We are delighted to support our Year 10 band, Detour, by advertising their forthcoming concert at Ludham Church. We look forward to seeing as many of you there as possible for what should be a great ...

Year 10 GCSE Food and Nutrition class

Wednesday 15th March 2017 Daniel will be working with Mrs Dorkins and our Year 10 Food Technology class to demonstrate how to debone a chicken and he will then go on to show students how to make chi ...

Law in Action

A solicitor and a barrister (Mr Ferguson and Ms Jordan) kindly took time out of their own work schedules to speak to a group of students about working in the law this afternoon. A detailed talk with ...

Charities Week Presentation

At a special school assembly at Sheringham High School, we handed a cheque for £2860 to Judith Anderson from the Teenage Cancer Trust to support the varied work they do to help young people who suffe ...

Non-Uniform Day – Friday 24th March 2017

As part of our strategic approach in recognising national fundraising appeals, we will be holding a nonschool uniform day on Friday 24th March 2017 in aid of Comic Relief and local charities, includin ...

Funding; The National Picture

Please read the letter below: Norfolk parents letter; the national picture

Funding; The Sheringham High position

Dear Parent/ Carer, You may have seen from the information on our website concerning the national picture on school funding, that many schools across the country have had to act to cope with these c ...

Sheringham High student scoops community award

Year 11 student, Holly Rumsby, has been awarded and praised for her tremendous and selfless efforts in the community. But we at SHS already knew she was a hero. This year she has led a school-wide c ...

Year 11 Easter School

As GCSEs draw ever closer, we are committed to providing as much support as possible for our Year 11 students in the run up to exam season. With this in mind, we are offering the following support ses ...

Green Tree Schools Gold Award!

We are delighted to have been awarded this award.Take a look at the super pictures from Antingham & Southrepps Primary School of the children enjoying the Wiggle Walk. You can view more photos in ...

Our latest newsletter

Click the image to download our latest newsletter Newsletter - 31st March 2017

Year 6 Open Evening

Our Year 6 Open Evening will be held on Thursday 21st September 2017 - further details will follow shortly. We look forward to seeing you there!

Latest Issue of School Magazine

By now your child should have passed on our latest edition of the school magazine High Tide published just before Easter. I hope you have found it interesting and informative. All the editions are ...

Findings from parent and stakeholder responses to Stalham School day consultation 2017

Following a process of consultation the Board of NNAT summarises the collated responses of interested parties as follows; Each group of interested parties was asked to respond to the same themes in ...

Fidget Spinners

There has been an explosion of the use of these stress busting tools of late and, while they can be useful and effective for some students, they can cause issues in some lessons with distraction if no ...

KS3 Cologne Christmas Market trip – 2017

Experience the magic of a German Christmas Market. Eat, shop and speak German! On Thursday 30 & Friday 1 December 2017 I will be taking a group of students to visit the Christmas market in Colog ...

Year 9 SMSC Economic Projects Day

Year 9 students excelled themselves developing economic projects that can be used to bid for grants from the government's Great British Coast fund. Representatives from the Sheringham Chamber ...

Star Wars for Finnbar’s Force

On May 5th the children dressed-up as their favourite Star Wars characters in memory of Finnbar Cork, who died after suffering a brain tumour in August last year, aged just five. The event was help to ...

TITAN Award Winners get their Rewards

Five Sheringham High students received their Amber Titan certificates today in recognition of their fantastic work in this tremendous project. TITAN is a Norfolk County Council scheme that stands fo ...

Year 7 SMSC Day -Trip to Boulogne

On the 21st April, 95 students and 10 members of staff left Sheringham in the middle of the night – well 4.30 a.m. for Boulogne. We travelled via the Shuttle, were mega impressed at the coach dr ...

Our visit from Team GB Olympic Swimmer Amy Smith!

On Monday 15th May 2017 we had the great pleasure of welcoming Team GB Olympic Swimmer Amy Smith to our school. Amy spent the whole morning with us thanks to Sports for Schools. Firstly she trained ...