Open Evening - Thursday 26th September @ 6pm . Open Days - Monday 30th September,Tuesday 1st and Wednesday 2nd October @ 9.30 am and 11.30amRead More
Smithdon Open Evening September 26 2019. Looking forward to a fantastic evening. Check flyer and school for Open Days
Smithdon Year 6 Open Evening https://t.co/Py7OUaFymh
Year 7 start Smithdon in smart new uniforms https://t.co/GULJ9bR9mB
Smithdon would like to congratulate Springwood Sixth Form on their excellent A Level results this year. In particular our former Smithdon students Onur Atalay who attained 3 Grade A's and an A* and Scott Kimber with his two A's and a B. Well done everyone
Open Evening - Thursday 26th September @ 6pm . Open Days - Monday 30th September,Tuesday 1st and Wednesday 2nd October @ 9.30 am and 11.30am
We are all tremendously proud of the Smithdon students this year.
As you may be aware, British Cycling are holding an event in Norfolk on Thursday 27 June. Roads will be closed and some bus routes will be affected.
Students from across North Norfolk are preparing to recreate one of the greatest songbooks in history as they mark the 50-year anniversary of the Beatles last live performance.
Smithdon High School recently took over Hunstanton’s Princess theatre for a run of sell out performances of Disney’s High School Musical.
January 2019 marked 50 years since the iconic Beatles band last performed.
Pupils, parents and governors from Smithdon High School, Heacham Junior and Infant School and Snettisham Primary School came together in an art exhibition celebrating the local community.
Last week Year 11 pupils prepared for a life after Smithdon through attending mock interviews.
Smithdon Cluster schools that are part of West Norfolk Academies Trust took part in a WW1 themed concert to commemorated the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War.
It’s been another great year for West Norfolk Academies Trust
with its schools recording impressive GCSE and GCE results – and Smithdon High School is one of them
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.