Well done to three of our bravest staff who were happy to help raise money for the Year 11 Prom.
They were grateful of the sunshine whilst dodging the wet sponges!
We say ‘goodbye’ today to our Attendance Officer, Ms. Lanchbury, as she retires and wish her very many wonderful adventures – she has lots of exciting plans!
Staff & students at TNHA will miss you.
“Lang may yer lum reek”
Scottish saying: - "long may your chimney smoke'
The O2 arena was the venue for the British Basketball playoffs attended by a lucky group of our students.
The East of England Men’s Team emerged victorious whereas the Women’s team narrowly lost their final in the last minute of the game.
A thoroughly enjoyable trip!
Celebrating success is a student from TNHA who won the Long Bow Category at the GB Junior Master National Championships shooting a new UK Record.
William plans to put his talent to further use aiming to throw 1000 arrows in one day to raise funds for the East Anglian Air Ambulance, Norfolk & Norwich Critical Care Unit & Kilverstone Ward, who helped save his father’s life after suffering a heart attack.
Well done William – we wish you continued success!
We have raised £601.01 from our fundraising day for Guide Dogs for the Blind. Once arrangements have been made to sponsor our puppy/puppies we will let you know. Stay posted for regular 'pup dates' once this has been arranged.
Many thanks to everyone who got involved in this great cause!