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It maybe half term, but we're busy getting ready for when the pupils come back... looking forward to launching our new art gallery #somethinghappeningatsmithdon #strengthintegrityexcellence https://t.co/z94ZkY2dOC
Building relationships with the community; massive thanks to @officialKLtown for supporting youth football by donating kit #somethinghappeningatsmithdon #strengthintegrityexcellence https://t.co/JbkbEpslLU
@PMinecraft3003 Pupils are at school this week on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Thursday and Friday are training days which means it is a slightly longer half term!
Year 11 drama group on a back stage tour of a professional theatre... guess they took a wrong turn and found themselves on stage! #somethinghappeningatsmithdon #strengthintegrityexcellence https://t.co/nkrlnkix5b
Apply before 31 October to secure your child's place at Smithdon High School in September 2019
The Open Evening wil be held on Thursday 20th September followed by the Open Days on the 24th, 25th and 26th September
Students at Smithdon High School achieved a record number of Level 4 passes and above in English and Maths; 67% achieved this measure beating the previous record of 65% set in 2017.
Due to unforeseen circumstances the telephone lines are not working.
When you ask Taylor and Sam about why they wanted to be the Head Girl and Head Boy at Smithdon High School, they almost answer in unison; they both want to make a difference and help other people.
Jake Dorman may well be a Year 11 student preparing for his GCSE exams at Smithdon High School now, but his ambition and commitment to improving experiences for young people in Norfolk suggest that his is a name worth remembering.
Due to adverse weather and road conditions the Year 11 Maths Mentoring sessions on Saturday 3rd March have been cancelled.
Due to adverse weather and road conditions the school is closed. Year 11 Maths Mentoring is also cancelled tomorrow, Saturday 3rd March.
On Wednesday 31st January, Smithdon High School took over the Town Hall for the new look Celebration of Achievement event.
We are very proud of our school. Now more than sixty years old, our school was the birth place of the ‘Brutalist’ style of architecture in Britain and our main buildings enjoys the protection of being Grade 2 listed.next
Our mission is to provide education of the highest quality, enabling all our students to develop fully their potential as learners and members of local, national and international communities.