Music

The Music department, with its reputation for excellent music making, lies right at the heart of the school.   We offer a wide array of opportunities in performance through orchestras, choirs, ensembles and groups suitable for musicians of all abilities. 

In addition, there are  over 25 clubs or groups including  a wide range of styles and groups such as; Acapella, Piano Duos – as well as Trios, Choirs (Chamber, Lower School Chamber), Orchestras (Session, Symphony, Chamber), Conducting, Film Music, Jazz and Rock Bands, Bassoon Quartet, Flute Ensemble. Our musicians take a leading role in all our senior and lower school productions. Students take individual music lessons across a broad range of instruments from our specialist visiting music teachers and our music scholars play an important part in the musical life of the school and perform in our Teatime Concerts, termly Recitals and take part in National competitions.

 

 

Drama

From performance to artistic expression, our drama department offers an exciting range of opportunities. Unique to Notting Hill & Ealing High School is Backstage Pass – which has three levels offering the chance for students from all ages to get involved in all technical as well as production aspects of theatre. Our 360 drama studio enables direct hands-on access to technical staging and lighting as well as access to set design and make-up. Drama productions in both the Lower School and the Senior School run each year giving everyone the chance to get involved. Performance focused students can take their acting skills to the next level by joining the Drama Club, study for a LAMDA qualification or take a production to the Edinburgh Fringe. 

 

Art

The Art Department is a creative hub with students from Years 7-9 taking part in inspiring lessons to stretch their imagination. The three light-filled art studios, with specialised facilities give students the chance to explore and develop their talents. An Artist in Residence, a Transatlantic Art Exchange with partner school in USA and The Big Draw are just a few opportunities. The Annual Spring Fashion Show is another significant date in our creative calendar. A student-led theme is chosen and the whole school is involved, from designing the outfits to curating and exhibiting the event. 

An inspiring range of creative clubs include a weekly Art Club, Life drawing lessons as well as a History of Art Club, Design Technology, Film and Photography and craft clubs. At the end of the summer term the Atrium is filled with the students’ creativity at the Annual Art exhibition which also celebrates the GCSE and A Level work. 

 

  • A Level Art Exhibition 2023
  • GCSE Art Exhibition 2023
  • A Level Art Exhibition 2022

  • GCSE Art Exbition 2022

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News from the Arts – Music

Categories: 2024, Music, Senior
By Miss McLaughlin, Musician in Residence On Thursday …
Categories: 2024, Junior, Music
Yesterday our Year 5 and 6 choir walked over to nearby…
Categories: 2024, Music, Senior
By Miss Goodsell, Director of Music  The conducting wo…
Categories: 2024, Music, Senior
By Miss Goodsell, Director of Music Developed by NHEHS…
Categories: 2024, Music, Senior
By Mr Head, Music Teacher Last term saw the emergence …
Categories: 2024, Classics, Drama, Music, Senior, Trips
By Minna W,  Year 10 Journalist Leader On the evening …
Categories: 2024, Music, Senior, Trips
By Charlie C , Music Rep Considering that The Magic Fl…
Categories: 2024, Music, Senior
By Miss Goodsell, Director of Music Two weeks after th…
Categories: 2024, Music, Senior
By Miss Goodsell, Director of Music Hot on the heels o…
Categories: 2024, Alumnae, Music, Senior
Monday saw 140 Junior and Senior School students make …
Categories: 2024, Music, Senior
On Music Curriculum Day last week our Year 7 students …
Categories: 2024, GDST, Music, Senior
By Abi S, Year 11 Last Sunday, five singers from NHEH…

News from the Arts – Drama

Categories: 2024, Classics, Drama, Music, Senior, Trips
By Minna W,  Year 10 Journalist Leader On the evening …
Categories: 2024, Drama, Senior, Sixth Form
Our Drama Department is thrilled to announce they will…
Categories: 2024, Drama, Senior
Our Drama Department is excited to announce that we wi…
Categories: 2024, Drama, Senior
The whole of Year 7 took part in a drama workshop last…
Categories: 2023, Drama, Sixth Form, Trips
By Chris V, Year 12 On the seventh of December the Six…
Categories: 2023, Drama, Senior, Sixth Form
By Minna W, Year 10 Journalist Leader From the 16th un…
Categories: 2023, Drama, Senior, Sixth Form
This November for our senior school musical, we cordia…
Categories: 2023, Drama, Senior
The Lower School production of Skellig went ahead Thur…
Categories: 2022, Drama, Senior
By Ishita N, Year 10 Journalist Leader The Rover is a …
Categories: 2022, Drama, Senior
By Isabella P, Year 10 Journalist Leader  Often the un…
Categories: 2022, Co-Curricular, Drama
The Lower School Production was back and better than ever for the first time since 2019 with the awe…

News from the Arts – Art

Categories: 2024, Art, English
Showcasing a range of diverse talent and passion all t…
Categories: 2024, Art, Senior, Trips
Last week Year 9 travelled to the Victoria & Alber…
Categories: 2024, Art, Charities & Volunteering, Senior, Sixth Form
  A wonderful opportunity to celebrate the creati…
Categories: 2023, Art, School Age, Trips
By Isabel H, Year 10 Journalist Leader What does ident…
Categories: 2023, Art, Sixth Form, Trips
By Mrs Fisher-Black, Head of Art Year 12 and 13 Art A-…
Categories: 2023, Art, History of Art, Senior
Inspired by the graphic artist Morag Myerscough, Year …
Categories: 2023, Art, English, Integrated Curriculum, Junior
Categories: Academic, Art, Senior, Sixth Form
By Mrs Fisher-Black, Head of Art At the end of the sum…
Categories: 2023, Art, English, Senior
By the Doodles Editorial Team We were excited to launc…
Categories: Art, Charities & Volunteering, Sixth Form
Our Art Reps & Art Department were thrilled to hol…
Categories: 2023, Art, Senior, Trips
By Sofia B, Year 7 On Monday the 20th of March, all of…
Categories: 2023, Art, Senior, Trips
By Eleanor G, Year 9 Last week, we visited the Victori…