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  1. Pupils recognised at Awards Evening

    13 November, 2019

    This year Noadswood celebrated another incredible Annual Awards Evening to recognise exceptional performance and dedication from the previous academic year. Each year this is an overwhelmingly positive evening where we reward those pupils who distinguish themselves the most in their […]


  2. Noadswood hosts our German Exchange

    15 July, 2019

    Three years ago we were lucky enough to have our first German Assistant, Frau Sitzer, a former pupil at the Christian von Mannlich school in Homburg in the Saarland. Through visits from the school as part of their trips to […]


  3. Pupils inspired by hip hop artist and award winning poet Karl Nova

    We had such an enjoyable day on Wednesday 26th June with hip hop artist and award winning poet Karl Nova as part of our annual Literary Festival. The students were riveted as Karl spoke, completely engaged and the enjoyment on their faces […]


  4. Best selling author, Chris Bradford inspires Noadswood pupils

    11 July, 2019

    Samurai swordsman, bodyguard, martial arts expert and international best selling author, Chris Bradford visited on Thursday 4th July. The students were gripped, gasping, and laughing. Really enjoyed themselves, totally engaged. Chris took them on an action packed adventure, as exciting as his […]


  5. Noadswood School invites local elderly residents to a Vintage Tea

    GCSE students of Noadswood came up with a great idea to help develop their catering skills “ Let’s have an afternoon tea” So after some discussion and planning the students decided on a theme of a Vintage style afternoon tea. […]


  6. Wessex Schools Poetry Slam Competition

    17 June, 2019

    Every year, Noadswood is proud to participate in the Wessex Schools Poetry Slam, organised by Hampshire Laureate Matt West in collaboration with school libraries throughout the region. The competition is a chance for aspiring young poets to participate in workshops […]


  7. Pupils mark 150 years of the Periodic Table

    2019 marks 150 years since the creation of the Periodic Table by Dmitri Mendeleev. To celebrate there is a national science competition where students have to make a project explaining which element they believe is the most important. They could […]


  8. Macbeth comes to Noadswood

    13 May, 2019

    We were lucky enough to welcome the Young Shakespeare Company for the second year in a row on Wednesday morning. The company travel nationwide with the task of bringing Shakespeare’s plays to life. They gave a brilliant rendition of Macbeth […]


  9. Build a Book Day

    2 April, 2019

    Year 5 students from local primary schools were lucky to be visited by famed author, Stewart Ross for ‘Build a Book Day’. Children were spilt into teams of 7, alongside year 10 Noadswood students with the task to plan a […]


  10. Woeful First World War

    29 March, 2019

    Year 8 historians were treated to a fantastic session ran by Kevin from the history squad. The History Squad is a professional historical interpretation company committed to injecting energy into the presentation of history. They use use compelling storytelling and astounding […]