OPEN DAYS & NEWS - NORTHCOTE LODGE

Open Days

All Sites Open Day

Autumn 2020 - dates to be confirmed nearer the time.

 

Contact:  admissions@northwoodschools.com

 

 

 

SOME OF OUR SCHOOLS REQUIRE YOU TO BOOK A PLACE AT AN OPEN DAY. PLEASE CHECK SCHOOL WEBSITES FOR DETAILS.
 

Northcote Lodge enjopy Ben Cohen rugby training

A brilliant afternoon for the Junior Boys at Northcote Lodge school: a visit from rugby legend and World Cup Winner ‘Ben Cohen’. Mr Cohen took the boys for individual small group sessions throughout the afternoon, teaching all the boys ball presentation and rucking techniques. He also gave the boys some signed rugby balls as well as some incite to his career and some words of wisdom! The boys were very grateful to Mr Cohen and to one of the boys fathers who won the afternoon at an auction of Mr Cohen’s charity -  Stand Up Foundation.

Northcote Head volunteers to drive The Felix Project forward

On Thursday 30 January, Northcote Lodge's Charity of the Year, The Felix Project, had an additional delivery driver in the guise of headmaster, Clive Smith-Langridge

Each year the boys of Northcote Lodge vote for their Charity of the Year alongside alongside NAEF, the charity supported by the Northwood Schools' group as a whole. Along with the community of staff and parents, boys raise funds and support these charities throughout the academic year. 

in 2019/20, the Northcote Lodge Charity of the Year is The Felix Project, a London based charitable organisation whose purpose is to reduce food waste and hunger. 

Isabella White from the Felix Project visited Northcote Lodge recently to deliver an assembly about the work they do to reduce food poverty in London, helped by their invaluable volunteers. She shared some terrifying statistics on the amount of food waste in the UK and London and on the number of hungry and malnourished families there are around us. We were saddened to hear that there are so many young children going to school hungry: 400,000 children in London are at risk of missing the next meal. Two million tonnes of good, edible food surplus is generated every year by the food industry in this country and the Felix Project collects fresh, nutritious food that cannot be sold. and delivers this surplus food to charities and schools so they can provide healthy meals and help the most vulnerable in society. The boys learned that every £1 we raise will go towards providing 2.5 meals.

 

Leading by example, Headmaster Clive Smith-Langridge, offered his services for the day, working as a delivery driver collecting food from supermarkets and taking it to various schools in North London. Afterwards, Clive went back to the depot to help with sorting food. Clive described the experience as both humbling and enriching - and also quite an insight into how delivery drivers are treated by some people! 

Whilst boys are not able to volunteer in quite the same way, the school will be doing all it can to show them the impact they can make and the great work of the charity.

Northwood Schools at the ISS

Northwood Schools will be at this year’s Independent Schools Show in Battersea on 9/10 November and we look forward to meeting parents there. There will be representatives from each of the four schools within the Northwood family:  Broomwood Hall Lower School (boys and girls 4-8), Northcote Lodge (boys 8-13), Broomwood Hall Upper School (girls 8-13) and NorthWood Senior (boys and girls 11-16) due to open in September 2020. 

On Sunday 10, the Headmaster of Northcote Lodge, Clive Smith-Langridge will also join a discussion panel on the pros and cons of staying in one school from start to finish.

Open Days

All Sites Open Day

Autumn 2020 - dates to be confirmed nearer the time.

 

Contact:  admissions@northwoodschools.com

 

 

 

SOME OF OUR SCHOOLS REQUIRE YOU TO BOOK A PLACE AT AN OPEN DAY. PLEASE CHECK SCHOOL WEBSITES FOR DETAILS.
 

Northwood Schools at the ISS

Northwood Schools will be at this year’s Independent Schools Show in Battersea on 9/10 November and we look forward to meeting parents there. There will be representatives from each of the four schools within the Northwood family:  Broomwood Hall Lower School (boys and girls 4-8), Northcote Lodge (boys 8-13), Broomwood Hall Upper School (girls 8-13) and NorthWood Senior (boys and girls 11-16) due to open in September 2020. 

On Sunday 10, the Headmaster of Northcote Lodge, Clive Smith-Langridge will also join a discussion panel on the pros and cons of staying in one school from start to finish.

Northcote Head volunteers to drive The Felix Project forward

On Thursday 30 January, Northcote Lodge's Charity of the Year, The Felix Project, had an additional delivery driver in the guise of headmaster, Clive Smith-Langridge

Each year the boys of Northcote Lodge vote for their Charity of the Year alongside alongside NAEF, the charity supported by the Northwood Schools' group as a whole. Along with the community of staff and parents, boys raise funds and support these charities throughout the academic year. 

in 2019/20, the Northcote Lodge Charity of the Year is The Felix Project, a London based charitable organisation whose purpose is to reduce food waste and hunger. 

Isabella White from the Felix Project visited Northcote Lodge recently to deliver an assembly about the work they do to reduce food poverty in London, helped by their invaluable volunteers. She shared some terrifying statistics on the amount of food waste in the UK and London and on the number of hungry and malnourished families there are around us. We were saddened to hear that there are so many young children going to school hungry: 400,000 children in London are at risk of missing the next meal. Two million tonnes of good, edible food surplus is generated every year by the food industry in this country and the Felix Project collects fresh, nutritious food that cannot be sold. and delivers this surplus food to charities and schools so they can provide healthy meals and help the most vulnerable in society. The boys learned that every £1 we raise will go towards providing 2.5 meals.

 

Leading by example, Headmaster Clive Smith-Langridge, offered his services for the day, working as a delivery driver collecting food from supermarkets and taking it to various schools in North London. Afterwards, Clive went back to the depot to help with sorting food. Clive described the experience as both humbling and enriching - and also quite an insight into how delivery drivers are treated by some people! 

Whilst boys are not able to volunteer in quite the same way, the school will be doing all it can to show them the impact they can make and the great work of the charity.

Northcote Lodge enjopy Ben Cohen rugby training

A brilliant afternoon for the Junior Boys at Northcote Lodge school: a visit from rugby legend and World Cup Winner ‘Ben Cohen’. Mr Cohen took the boys for individual small group sessions throughout the afternoon, teaching all the boys ball presentation and rucking techniques. He also gave the boys some signed rugby balls as well as some incite to his career and some words of wisdom! The boys were very grateful to Mr Cohen and to one of the boys fathers who won the afternoon at an auction of Mr Cohen’s charity -  Stand Up Foundation.

Open Days

All Sites Open Day

Autumn 2020 - dates to be confirmed nearer the time.

 

Contact:  admissions@northwoodschools.com

 

 

 

SOME OF OUR SCHOOLS REQUIRE YOU TO BOOK A PLACE AT AN OPEN DAY. PLEASE CHECK SCHOOL WEBSITES FOR DETAILS.
 

Northcote Head volunteers to drive The Felix Project forward

On Thursday 30 January, Northcote Lodge's Charity of the Year, The Felix Project, had an additional delivery driver in the guise of headmaster, Clive Smith-Langridge

Each year the boys of Northcote Lodge vote for their Charity of the Year alongside alongside NAEF, the charity supported by the Northwood Schools' group as a whole. Along with the community of staff and parents, boys raise funds and support these charities throughout the academic year. 

in 2019/20, the Northcote Lodge Charity of the Year is The Felix Project, a London based charitable organisation whose purpose is to reduce food waste and hunger. 

Isabella White from the Felix Project visited Northcote Lodge recently to deliver an assembly about the work they do to reduce food poverty in London, helped by their invaluable volunteers. She shared some terrifying statistics on the amount of food waste in the UK and London and on the number of hungry and malnourished families there are around us. We were saddened to hear that there are so many young children going to school hungry: 400,000 children in London are at risk of missing the next meal. Two million tonnes of good, edible food surplus is generated every year by the food industry in this country and the Felix Project collects fresh, nutritious food that cannot be sold. and delivers this surplus food to charities and schools so they can provide healthy meals and help the most vulnerable in society. The boys learned that every £1 we raise will go towards providing 2.5 meals.

 

Leading by example, Headmaster Clive Smith-Langridge, offered his services for the day, working as a delivery driver collecting food from supermarkets and taking it to various schools in North London. Afterwards, Clive went back to the depot to help with sorting food. Clive described the experience as both humbling and enriching - and also quite an insight into how delivery drivers are treated by some people! 

Whilst boys are not able to volunteer in quite the same way, the school will be doing all it can to show them the impact they can make and the great work of the charity.

Northwood Schools at the ISS

Northwood Schools will be at this year’s Independent Schools Show in Battersea on 9/10 November and we look forward to meeting parents there. There will be representatives from each of the four schools within the Northwood family:  Broomwood Hall Lower School (boys and girls 4-8), Northcote Lodge (boys 8-13), Broomwood Hall Upper School (girls 8-13) and NorthWood Senior (boys and girls 11-16) due to open in September 2020. 

On Sunday 10, the Headmaster of Northcote Lodge, Clive Smith-Langridge will also join a discussion panel on the pros and cons of staying in one school from start to finish.

Northcote Lodge enjopy Ben Cohen rugby training

A brilliant afternoon for the Junior Boys at Northcote Lodge school: a visit from rugby legend and World Cup Winner ‘Ben Cohen’. Mr Cohen took the boys for individual small group sessions throughout the afternoon, teaching all the boys ball presentation and rucking techniques. He also gave the boys some signed rugby balls as well as some incite to his career and some words of wisdom! The boys were very grateful to Mr Cohen and to one of the boys fathers who won the afternoon at an auction of Mr Cohen’s charity -  Stand Up Foundation.