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Duke of Edinburgh bronze presentations this evening at 6pm in the library #somethinghappeningatsmithdon #strengthintegrityexcellence #dofe https://t.co/ZME7fCziZP
Action from the Sports Day #strengthintegrityexcellence #somethinghappeningatsmithdon https://t.co/qlVxmTDczy
Hunstanton Drama Festival winners... #strengthintegrityexcellence #somethinghappeningatsmithdon https://t.co/yHN58Y7VZi
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.
Smithdon High School has begun its Artsmark journey; over the next two years we will develop more opportunities for our students to work with artists, musicians and actors.
Rose Edmunds has recently been selected for funding to represent Great Britain at the Topper World Championships in China next year.
Students at Smithdon High School started the new academic year by celebrating achieving 100% attendance for the previous year.
Year 11 students at Smithdon High School secured the best GCSE headline results ever. Sitting the new styled English and Maths GCSEs, 65% of students achieved a Grade 4 or better which is an increase of 10% on the headline figure achieved in 2016.
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.