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Welcome to Howard School. This is a county comprehensive co-educational day school which caters for students of the 9-13 age range. It is a purpose built middle school and we are extremely proud of its excellent facilities which include well equipped design technology and art rooms as well as two purpose-built science labs. We also have a huge sports barn and extensive fields attached to the school.
Our website aims to give you a flavour of what we as a school try to achieve in terms of curriculum as well as the organisational procedures you need to be aware of if your child is going to join our school. We have a well-developed curriculum and work hard to ensure new innovations are successfully integrated.
You will find that the school has a very caring ethos. All pupils, regardless of ability are well supported and guided to ensure they make the most of their curricular and other opportunities.



School Cross CountrySchool Cross Country

On Tuesday the pupils took part in the annual cross country event. It was a cold and dull early spring morning, but everyone seemed 'up' for the challenge.

Wacky Hair Day for WaterAidWacky Hair Day for WaterAid

On Friday 26th February pupils were invited to come to school in their own clothes and with optional wacky hair for the bargain donation of £1.  On this occasion the money raised was going to the heritage project - something we will leave behind to enhance the premises ready for when Howard Primary school moves here.  There were certainly some amazing hairstyles - and some of the staff joined in too!


Appleseed ProjectAppleseed Project

On Thursday 11th February Mr Morris took a small group of year 8 pupils to visit a 'green care' farm called Appleseed. The farm is near Wymondham and it is there to help people recover from mental or physical illness. Whilst at the farm we discussed ideas for a sculpture which would suit the site and entertain visitors. Over the nest couple of months year 8 pupils will be collaborating to make the sculpture, which we would be able to place on the site during the early summer.



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