Reading remains a priority here at NFS. We want all of our students to have a reading age which is at least equal to their chronological age so that they have the best possible opportunities in their exams and in their future lives and careers. Each day, the whole school reads for 15 minutes during DEAR. In addition, active reading is part of every lesson in every subject. Please encourage your child to read for pleasure at home and ask them about the books they are currently reading. If you would like any further information on how to support your child's reading, please contact Miss Britten.
- World Book Day is coming up!
We are hanging up the bunting for World Book Day! (27/02/2020)
- Young Literature Ambassador
Y12 student judges The MyVoice Creative Writing Competition! (03/02/2020)
Nottingham Free School loves reading (18/09/2019)
- Carnegie Awards
Carnegie Awards Shortlist Announced! (19/03/2019)
- Welcome to Y11!
We are so happy to have our first Y11 cohort. (12/09/2018)
- Fantastic Core Sessions in School for Year 10
Teacher led sessions in school for year 10 students in core subjects (Year 10 - 14/07/2020)
- Year 7 Masks
Year 7 get creative and make masks out of recycled materials! (Art - 10/07/2020)
- Masks and Carnivals
Year 7 learn about the Notting Hill Carnival (Art - 07/07/2020)
- Adiós Señor Payan
Mr Payan is returning to Spain soon and wanted to share some information about where he is from (Modern Foreign Languages - 07/07/2020)
- Science Projects
Hot Air Balloons (Science - 07/07/2020)
- Celebrating diversity
Year 10 use current topics to inspire coursework (Art - 03/07/2020)
- Amazing photography!
Talented year 10 pupils continue to work hard on their Art GCSE coursework (Art - 03/07/2020)
- Activity Levels
How active have you been... (Physical Education - 03/07/2020)
- GCSE Coursework
Year 10 continue to make us proud! (Art - 03/07/2020)
- Fabulous Fougasse!
Key work students take part in some socially distant baking (Design Technology & Enterprise - 02/07/2020)