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This year a fantastic £175.69 was raised in a day for Sports’ Relief. Amid the balloons and stickers provided by Mr Nevard in the Sixth Form block to advertise the event, Sixth Formers fundraised with collections and sales throughout the day.

We are always looking to extend our students’ knowledge and understanding of workplaces to prepare themselves for future employment. In March 2018 our Sixth Formers were taken on a visit to the new R G Carter site in Attleborough.

UTC Norfolk sixth form student Kat Woodburn has taken a big step towards realising her ambition to work in aircraft engineering after securing an Arkwright Trust Scholarship, with sponsorship and support from the RAF, complemented by a work placement with KLM UK Engineering.

We are pleased to announce that all our hard work in collecting recycling stars means we have raised £500 for the school. Not only is this great news for the school but also for the environment as Breckland Council have reported a significant improvement in recycling in the area!

A short film for local testicular cancer charity It’s On The Ball, produced by three students on the Media Learning Company course at City College Norwich, has reached the final stages in this year’s National Charity Film Awards.

The team of hospitality students and staff at City College Norwich’s Debut Restaurant are celebrating a glowing review of their food and service, which has seen the restaurant receive a ‘Highly Commended’ AA College Rosette.

In the week prior to the Easter break it was once again that time of year for the year 9 classicists to board the minibus for the annual Latin trip to the Museum of Classical Archaeology in Cambridge.

We raised a wonderful £231.40 for Sports Relief this year.

Young engineers from UTCN are preparing for a unique challenge set by the Royal Navy: design a machine to destroy anything lurking beneath the sea which might threaten Britain’s newest aircraft carrier.

The Year 8 Football team travelled to Sprowston High School on Thursday 22nd Feb for their UEFA Cup semi final after winning their group before Christmas.  Sprowston had the majority of possession in the first half, but with resolute defending and hitting Sprowston on the counter attack, CAN took

More than 50 students and staff, past and present, came together on 8th February to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the RUGROOM, City College's specialist facility for students with autism.

In December we had the pleasure of celebrating another year of outstanding achievement at the Attleborough Academy Annual Presentation Evening. 2017.

A question to which Year 9 Geographers are now able to give answers, following the visit of Roy Wilkes and Brian Short from the Sheringham Shoal Wind Farm.

Twelve student chefs from City College Norwich will be aiming to match the normal high standards enjoyed by diners when they take over the kitchens, and front of house, at Delia’s Restaurant & Bar on Thursday 25thJanuary 2018.

Pupils and staff were treated to a magic show with a difference on Friday 19th January.

On Wednesday 6th December we celebrated the musical successes of our students with the Annual Christmas concert. Over the course of the evening we saw over 20 performances by staff and students alike.

Transforming Education in Norfolk (the TEN Group) has been named as a Norwich for Jobs Gold employer in recognition of its contribution to developing employability and providing employment opportunities for 18 to 24 year olds.

Fakenham Sixth Form officially opened its new facilities on 1st November 2017, following a £770,000 investment in dedicated facilities for sixth formers at Fakenham Academy Norfolk.  The Sixth Form’s new look has gone down well with students, with the academy seeing a sharp increase in A-Level ap

Students at the academies and colleges within the TEN Group achieved excellent exam results this year, with a general picture across the Group of results being maintained or improved compared to last year. 

Norman Lamb, MP for North Norfolk, was among the speakers at a conference for new teachers on how they can play their part in supporting teenage mental health.

Wayland Academy Norfolk (formerly Wayland Community High School) is calling on former pupils to join a new alumni group and help today’s students achieve their career aspirations.  

Ofsted inspectors have highlighted the “high expectations” of senior leaders, who “are ambitious” for Wayland Junior Academy Watton, and whose “strong determination is now starting to make a positive difference to pupils’ achievement.”

Eleven students from City Academy Norwich enjoyed a once in a lifetime experience on Sunday 26 February, as they played in a showcase 5-a-side touch rugby game at Twickenham ahead of England’s RBS 6 Nations fixture against Italy.

The science club at City Academy Norwich is celebrating 1 year of getting students excited about science.  Highlights at the popular after-school club, which regularly attracts 20-30 pupils each week, have included making balloon-powered hovercraft, kaleidoscopes, edible worms, air- and ethanol-p

Norfolk Teacher Training Centre (NTTC) has been judged by Ofsted to be ‘Good’ in all categories following its first Ofsted inspection, which has been

City Academy Norwich students have made fantastic progress in reading and spelling thanks to a computer programme (ARROW) which makes use of their voice to help them learn.

Over 50 year 6 pupils from Wayland Junior Academy Watton showed that running a college is child’s play when they took over roles from City College Norwich staff at all levels up to and including the Principal.

The principal of University Technical College Norfolk, Alex Hayes, says that a doubling in the number of young women choosing its unique Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) focussed curriculum is “fantastic news” for the UTC, for students, and engineering employers.

Rising student achievement, and success in putting into practice its ethos of ‘CARE’ (Commitment, Acknowledgement, Respect, Excellence), are among the areas highlighted by inspectors following Attleborough Academy Norfolk’s Ofsted inspection on 20th-21st September.

The waiting was finally over for hundreds of Year 11 students as they collected their GCSE results on Thursday 25 August, with parents and teachers sharing in their delight as the class of 2016 recorded some excellent results.

The introduction of the Accelerated Reader programme at Wayland Academy Norfolk has seen students’ reading take off: since September, students have read a staggering 42 million words between them, with 5 students having surpassed a million words each.

"This is certainly a first for our Shout Out's- an animal! She's not the only one this is for because Sue Kay is also included.

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