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  • Kanu to host charity match at The Hive London

    Published 24/09/18

    On Sunday 30th September Northway will be supporting this fantastic football event at the Hive, Barnet. 

    We would like to welcome all the children and parents to come join us at this event. We have free tickets available so please let the office know how many tickets you would like. 

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  • Barnet SEND Workshop for parents

    Published 19/09/18

    Life aspirations for our children and the journey to achieve them - Tuesday 9th October 2018

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  • Parent and Carer training courses - autism

    Published 19/07/18

    Would you like to gain a greater understanding of autism, sensory needs and how to manage behaviour? 

    Cygnet are providing a training and support program for parents and carers of children aged 5 -18, with a diagnosis of autism.

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  • Barnet Play Day 2018

    Published 12/07/18

    Come join the fun!

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  • Barclays Bank staff raise money for Northway!

    Published 11/07/18

    Barclays Bank staff have raised an amazing £807 for Northway by holding a raffle and a cake sale and the bank then match funded their  proceeds. The staff at the Mill Hill, Stanmore and Harrow branches work together to raise money for worthy causes in the community and selected our special school to help with communication aids.

    James O’Meara Hub Manager, Katherine Wong, Branch  Manager and Kamini Patel, Community Banker,  presented a giant cheque to staff and children at Northway  to buy some new iPads to help develop the pupils communication skills. The pupils and staff at Northway, an outstanding school, are thrilled with the donation and the prospect of new links in the community.


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  • Northway enjoys an incredible day of Sport!

    Published 05/07/18

    Children from Northway participated in our annual sports day, superbly organised by Stacey, our resident P.E. teacher.

    Key Stage 1 took part from 10.30 to lunch time and started off with a child and parent warm-up and then followed it with some of their favourite activities on different stations. These included: parachute popcorn, bean-bag throwing, colour match games, a sensory circuit and a water challenge. To finish it off they had relay races and a parent race.

    In the afternoon, Key Stage 2 took part in a child and parent warm-up and then took part in some of their favourite activities in class groups. These included:  football dribbling, javelin, frisbee throw, basketball, a sensory circuit and to cool down, a water challenge. They finished off with relay races and adult races.


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  • Honey Bees come to Northway

    Published 22/06/18

    Northway had a special visit from a Bee-Keeper who taught the children in N and R class about honey and the importance of bees. We even got to see inside a real colony!

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  • Thames Valley Adventure Park

    Published 15/06/18

    N & O class had a super visit to the Thames Valley Adventure Park. The children loved the park and played and learnt all day long! 


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  • Thank you!

    Published 13/06/18

    We would like to extend a huge thank you to Pizza Hut, Mill Hill and Pizza Express, High Barnet, for donating pizzas for our Year 6 Camping.

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  • Northway takes part in Multi-Sport Event at Allianz Park

    Published 08/06/18

    Children from Northway participated in a sports event at Allianz Park. They were able to try out a range of different sports, from boxing to golf, rowing to rugby. 


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  • GDPR @ Northway

    Published 25/05/18

    What is Northway doing about the new The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)?

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  • Science Week at Northway

    Published 18/05/18

    We experimented with exploration and discovery using our senses.  We made Sensory Rockets, which were great fun thanks to Mark at ‘Hands On Science’. The children tasted different ingredients (apple juice, lemon juice, sugar and bicarbonate of soda) to help them create a rocket that launched with a ‘pop’.

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