• Made it to London! Our A level students visited the Royal College of Music open day.

    Thanks to NEACO, the Network for East Anglian Collaborative Outreach.

  • Through our links with Norwich University of Arts and with NEACO Sprowston students are being offered opportunities to experience Guest Artist Speakers. On Wednesday 31st January 30 students from GCSE, BTEC and A level Art, Textiles and Photography met Nikkita Morgan learn all about her work and what motivates her as well as potential career opportunities in Textile, Design and Research careers.

  • This year, thanks to NEACO funding students at SCA have the opportunity to take the Bronze level Arts Award, working with Jennie Robinson from the arts groups 'Wandering Arts'. 12 of the students got their practical project of to a flying start this week with a full day workshop at the fantastic Norwich Puppet Theatre.

    The day began with an introduction to the range and types of puppets that are used and students were able to have a go, they even got to manipulate one of the oldest puppets in the theatre. The rest of the day was spent making their own puppets; some of the puppets they made have a rod and others have a rod and string mechanism.

  • Ms Humpleby and Ms Harris went back to University on a Friday evening to experience a Drawing workshop to experience a Life Drawing class taught by NUA Fine Art tutor Will Teather

    "It was a great experience, I really enjoyed the work and was pleased to see that even after all these years as an artist i can still learn something new. Will Teather has an exhibition at the Arts Centre on St Benedict St​ where is is also the current Artist in Residence. I went there for a talk on Saturday and it is well worth a visit"

    Ms Humpleby

  • Students were invited to a Photography round table at NUA on Friday 19th January, 9.30am. Acclaimed photographers Andy Earl, Simon Stock, Jasper White, Fiona Watson, Carol Sharp and Emma Joyce were discussing their creative practice and careers - opening up questions to the audience.

    Y12 Photography student Mya Fairweather attended and had an interesting discussion about the Photographers careers, creative choices and photography Genres. "It was an interesting experience, I was a little nervous but I learned a lot and have been able to contact some of the Photographers afterwards to ask about work experience"

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