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Enrich Learning Trust celebrates the proud and individual identities of member schools, providing bespoke support and challenge to strive for the best outcomes for all children, developing and nurturing the whole child, creating a purposeful and happy family of schools.

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Exam and Assessment Results

Excellent Results Again at North Walsham High School 

We are exceptionally proud of our 2023 GCSE results that, whilst excellent in their own right, show a huge improvement from 2019 (the most comparable year) and are at the same level as last year’s record-breaking results. 72% of students gained at least a grade 4 in both English and Maths which is excellent and reflects the hard work and ambition of all connected with the school. we look forward to seeing what they achieve next. Alongside this there are wonderful individual stories of student achievement including numerous students gaining the very top grades with 9s in numerous subjects. 

As Headteacher, I am incredibly proud of the school, the staff, our community and most importantly the students who have all worked exceptionally hard and shown great resilience to achieve these wonderful results. This is certainly a day for celebration. 

Students achieving a grade 4 in English and Maths – 72% 

Students achieving a grade 5 in English and Maths – 47

Attainment 8 – 47.53 (this means the average grade for each student in each subject was above 5) 

Students achieving a grade 5+ in the EBACC – 6%


Remote Education

North Walsham High School in the event of school closure will utilise Bromcom to set our work. This will include links to Live Lessons via Microsoft Teams and how to submit work via email or Microsoft Teams. 

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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

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Annual Reports and Accounts

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Values and Ethos

Monitoring and Evaluation

The provision will be quality assured using a variety of methods to ensure the school maintains a high-quality provision to all students. Evaluation will be both informal and formal through evaluation forms, observations, feedback sessions from students, employers and/or parents/carers. This will allow the team to develop and improve where necessary future provision.

Working with Norfolk County Council, the school will also utilise local destination data to assess the success in supporting students to take up education and/or training, whilst looking at their ability and choice post 16 options.

In line with the Governments Careers Strategy (2017), the school is actively involved with the Careers and Enterprise Companies (CEC) and has an Enterprise Adviser who works closely with the school to provide feedback on the quality of the careers provision provided. The Careers and Enterprise Company (CEC) online tool, Compass Evaluation, is used to assess how the school is meeting Gatsby benchmarks. This is carried out twice a year with support and input from the school’s Enterprise Coordinator.

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Paper copies of any pages or documents on this website can be requested via the main school email address: office@nwhs.uk