Congratulations to ex-pupil Mary Harmer who has landed a new role as Referee Development Officer at Suffolk FA.
Please click on the link for the full article: quirk of fate leads to Mary's new role
Results from North Norfolk trials
Table tennis – Thomas Mountain and Fletcher Dyson selected for A team
Fergus Kelly and Alex Tomkinson selected for B team
Rowing- selected for team
7G- Emily Haslam 7B George Durrand
8G- Tilly Meyrick, Abi Durand 8B Sam Blair
9G- Cheyenne Turbett, Victoria Lloyd 9B George Farrow Green
10G- Mollie Smith, Charlie Cooper, Amy Cooper 10B Jacob Catterall
Trials were open to all 7 schools in North Norfolk.
16 out of 32 places in the team were won by AHS pupils.
Students from years 9 and 10 have secured places on this years Ogden Physics course. The sessions are aimed at students who show enthusiasm, motivation and an aptitude for science.
Our students will be working with staff from Norwich school. They will be involved in a range of hands-on lab sessions and/or sky-watching sessions which all take place on Saturdays, starting this month and running through until May next year.
Our students will have the chance to learn about the connections between Usain Bolt, window panes, Britain’s first Cosmonaut and smashing sweeties in the first session. They will go on to learn about how some professional astronomy is done and how citizen scientists are helping to beat diseases. They will get the chance to listen out for ET, model the Large Hadron Collider and predict climate change. It is hoped that the mysterious, bizarre sub-atomic world will unfold in one session and that the students will try and answer the question "can you blow your own sail?", when this and other myths are explored in the final session.
The students are looking forward to this amazing opportunity.
We are delighted to congratulate our Year 11 student Kyle Buck on successfully completing training to be awarded a Black Belt First Dan in Martial Arts.
Well done Kyle on such a tremendous achievement!
Year 8 Life Skills Day
On Wednesday 4th November, all Year 8s took part in the Barclays Life Skills Day, working with a team of advisers from the Life Skills Team and on the crucial soft-skills every young person needs to develop, to progress into a future of their choice.
Each session involved topics such as Body Language, Personal Presentation, Non-verbal communication, Tolerance etc. The majority of students had the opportunity to stand up and speak about themselves, therefore developing in confidence.
Our sincere thanks to Charles, Nina and the Team from Barclays Life Skills for their continued support and guidance
Guidance Adviser/CEIAG Coordinator
We are delighted to announce Jasmine Campbell’s success in the recent Telegraph Junior Golf Tournament. Jasmine finished the tournament 3rd in the girl’s competition and 9th in the overall tournament.
Jasmine said “It was a fantastic experience, I learnt so much about playing abroad and the differences from playing in the UK. I am really happy with my finishing position and with my overall performance during the tournament. The girls I played with all had more experience than me, the winner being 14th in the world! I only had one bad hole that cost me a few shots so I can honestly say I played my best. Now’s the time for practice during the winter and I will start competing again next March. This was a great end to the year and I really enjoyed the whole experience in Quinta Do Lago.”
Coverage of the tournament will be aired this weekend on Sky Sports 4, the programme starts on Saturday 7th November at 6pm.
This is a fantastic achievement and we are so proud of Jasmine’s success.
On Friday11th December the Aylsham High School Young Chamber will be holding a Business Breakfast. It is a great opportunity for businesses to network and make new contacts. If you are interested in attending the breakfast, please contact
"Life begins at the end of your comfort zone." (Neale Donald Walsh)
Outdoor Learning students help National Trust staff to clear the old railway cutting at Abel Heath ready for the development of a new footpath. Lots of sharp tools, brambles and nettles. Once again our students rose to the challenge!
My name is Emelie Medler and I am this year’s Duke of Edinburgh Captain. After completing my bronze award I received an email from the Duke of Edinburgh team telling me about the Duke of Edinburgh Diamond Challenge. I decided to take on this challenge and in 2016 my dad and I will be walking Marriott's Way -26 miles, in a day, to raise money so young people from disadvantaged Communities can do their bronze award. It would be so great if more young people (and older ones!) could do their own fundraising and make a difference to people’s lives. For more information visit:https://dofediamondchallenge.org
If you feel able I would be very grateful if you could spare a few coins to sponsor my dad and I in our challenge.
Active Norfolk’s Sports School of the Year' - Nominations
Please step up and support us in becoming Active Norfolk’s 'Sports School of the Year' by nominating us via the new link at http://www.activenorfolk.org/nominate2015. The attached letter Click here highlights our sporting provision and the new link at the end of the letter can be followed to nominate. The deadline is Friday 9th October.