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  • Legally Blonde at Smithdon High School

    Published 16/03/20

    Smithdon High School’s musical production

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  • Coronavirus Updates for Schools and Educational Environments

    Published 13/03/20

    Please see below Government Issued advice with regards Coronavirus as at 1425 hrs on 13 Mar 2020

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  • Appeal for instrument donations to help teach pupils across West Norfolk.

    Published 03/03/20

    Have you got a guitar gathering dust or a clarinet in the corner? Perhaps there’s a forgotten French Horn or an unloved euphonium lurking in your loft which could help young musicians across West Norfolk.

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  • Sport Relief

    Published 02/03/20

    Friday 13th March 2020

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  • Coronavirus Information

    Published 25/02/20

    Government Issued Updates - as at 25.02.2020

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  • Raise Donations for West Norfolk Academies Trust whenever you shop online

    Published 28/01/20

    Including booking your holiday!

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  • Family Voice Norfolk Annual SEND Conference

    Published 21/01/20

    Saturday 14th March 2020 - 10.00–15.30 - John Innes Conference Centre Norwich 

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  • INSET DAY

    Published 14/01/20

    Wednesday 22nd January 2020 - School Closed to all Students

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  • Last Day of Term

    Published 18/12/19

    Friday 20th December 2019

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  • Easyfundraising - Feel Good Shopping

    Published 10/12/19

    Raise donations for West Norfolk Academies Trust  when you shop online by using easyfundraing 

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  • Pupil Performances Bring Pleasure to Hunstanton Care Homes​​​​​​​

    Published 09/12/19

    This week, 25 pupils from Years 7 to 11 in Smithdon High School’s Choir brought Christmas cheer to the residents of three local care homes

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  • Christmas Carol Service

    Published 28/11/19

    Thursday 12 December 2019 6.00pm St Edmund’s Church, Hunstanton 

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